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Craving a tasty plate of tacos? Taqueria Guadalajara at the corner of Seventh and Pitkin in Grand Junction is the place to be. Not exactly a best-kept secret, Taqueria Guadalajara is usually buzzing...
The Fruita Paleontological Area is a small, one-half-mile square of bentonite just a few minutes from downtown Fruita. This tiny spot between the mighty Colorado River and the soaring uplifts of...
Take a few hours and enjoy a peaceful time fly fishing or ice fishing on the Grand Mesa.Where to Fish on the Grand MesaJoin local anglers in waders and head to the Lake of the Woods Trail in the...
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...
Take a break from summer's high temps and float down Grand Junction's majestic river or paddle around one of the hundreds of pristine lakes. From a relaxing tube float through town to adrenaline-...
St. Kathryn Cellars, Meadery of the Rockies, and Talon Winery work with many fruit wines and honey meads, nearly all of which have higher residual sugar than traditional wines, and say...
With a cluster of top-notch wineries, a vibrant downtown and stunning natural wonders, including the Grand Mesa, Colorado River and the red-rock Colorado National Monument, Grand Junction has it all...
President Teddy Roosevelt used the power given to him in the Antiquities Act of 1906 to declare Devils Tower in Wyoming the first national monument. He thought Congress was moving too slowly and it...
1. The Colorado National Monument is on the northeast of the vast Colorado Plateau which is a landmass that covers the Four Corners region of the United States Southwest. The Colorado Plateau has the...