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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...
Each fall, delicious Palisade peaches show up at grocery stores, roadside stands and Colorado farmers markets.Locals will tell you Palisade peaches are the best, simply because they’re ripe, sweet...
The route from Grand Junction to Glade Park is only 16 miles, but it’s jam-packed with windy turns, incredible views and scenic overlooks, making it an extremely enjoyable place to ride bikes for a...
Ask Grand Junction, Colorado, resident and golfer Bernie Buescher why he enjoys his hometown courses so much and he's not likely to be sparing with his praise. "They're among the most beautiful...
Got scenery? Grand Junction does. More than 1.3 million acres of Colorado scenery. Grand Mesa, rising abruptly on the eastern end of the Grand Junction area, has an average elevation of about 10,000...
The Lake of the Woods Trail on the Grand Mesa is a fantastic summertime destination for those seeking a break from the valley’s summer heat to hike or explore. The trail is open to hiking,...
Hit the Colorado National Monument and head to the famous Liberty Cap trail for an unmatched Colorado hiking experience. The 160-million-year-old remnant sand dune is slowly succumbing to the forces...
Bushel baskets piled high with red-cheeked peaches, bins of Gala apples, boxes of Bartlett pears - I can't resist the bounty of Grand Junction. From the first blossoms of spring until snow covers the...