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 When the temperature on the Grand Mesa increases, snow decreases and spring runoff will be in full swing. Below the mesa, the desert hosts its own habitat with prickly pear cactus, claret cup...
To the northeast, the weathered Little Bookcliffs cut across the skyline. To the southeast soars the Grand Mesa, the world's largest flat-topped mountain. The photogenic canyons and monoliths of the...
 Spend some time in Grand Mesa National Forest where you’ll find a number of peaceful lakes surrounded by dense, green forests. Although there are more than 50 lakes and reservoirs in this...
A favorite among local artists and art-lovers, First Fridays in Grand Junction are a great way to experience the wide variety of artistic talent in town. Numerous art venues and galleries throughout...
Hiking the canyon country of western Colorado generally is considered a warm-weather endeavor. Crowds descend on the red rock chasms each spring, their footsteps renewing the trails that have lain...
Grand Junction is your headquarters for exploring the wonders of Western Colorado. Start your adventure at the Grand Junction Visitor Center – only 1 mile south of the airport and Exit 31 off...
The Two Rivers Convention Center in Grand Junction is Western Colorado's prime venue for meetings, conventions, trade shows and group events. It combines convenience both to downtown Grand Junction...
For a meal that won’t disappoint, head to Il Bistro Italiano at the corner of Fourth and Main streets. Il Bistro has been around long enough to be considered one of the cornerstones of fine dining in...
Enjoy a long weekend with this guide to cultural happenings around Grand JunctionGrand Junction is an art-lover’s paradise. This relatively undiscovered jewel is home to more than 275 working artists...