Start exploring Grand Junction, Colorado with these helpful articles. Find more information about unforgettable restaurants, outdoor adventures, wine tasting and many other ways to enjoy Colorado's Wine Country.

While nearby Moab might get all the attention, Fruita offers similar backcountry terrain and breathtaking scenery but without all the crowds. Here are a few suggestions for those looking to...
Conveniently located between Grand Junction and the Utah state line on I-70, Fruita is gaining the kind of reputation that other outdoors-centric towns would love to have. If you're searching for two...
Depending on your trip’s budget and schedule, you can travel by car, train, plane or bus. Here is more information on each option, in case you need help choosing which is best for your plans....
Marci Kurronen is the Grand Junction Visitor & Convention Bureau's Contract Sales Representative. Her primary focus with the Grand Junction VCB is seeking new business from the Front Range...
What are your favorite things about Grand Junction? Grand Junction is, geographically speaking, the gateway to all that is good: skiing, snowboarding, fishing, biking, cycling, motorcycle touring,...
Whether you ride a mountain bike, cruiser, road bike or family tandem, the spectacular scenery in Colorado's Wine Country is even better when seen from two wheels. With hundreds of miles of...
With over 100 houses of worship, Grand Junction is an awesome place to connect spiritually.  Outside of our abundance of churches, here are three amazing locations to explore faith.Steadfast...
Colorado's Wine Country is a wealth of inspiring scenery, fresh produce and breathtaking vineyards. But did you know that it is also home to a wealth of meeting facilities, including board rooms,...
Grand Junction’s downtown district gives visitors a chance to enjoy art, music, shopping and food on foot. Here are a few suggested hotels for visitors who would like to stay at the center of Grand...