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.

The spectacular Crag Crest Trail is literally atop the spine of Colorado's Grand Mesa near Grand Junction. The Mesa, as locals call it, is a scenic beauty, a recreational paradise and a natural...
The historic Avalon Theatre is a long-time local favorite for entertainment in Grand Junction. When it’s hot outside, moviegoers head inside to take in The Avalon’s foreign and independent films,...
Cameron Place Community-Supported Agriculture provides more than 150 families and restaurants with organically grown fruit, vegetables, herbs and flowers across the Grand Valley. For an annual...
That's right, and we mean it! Winefest is about to sell out any day now; so if you have been on the fence, you better get off it and book your tickets now. There's a reason USA Today named us the #1...
One of the first major arts and cultural organizations on the Western Slope, the Art Center in Grand Junction is a great place to take in Colorado's western heritage. Wall after wall of inspiring and...
Bicycling across the Colorado National Monument is both breathtaking and rewarding. The first six miles takes cyclists on a challenging 1,800-foot climb. With loads of steep switchbacks and one...
It’s the jumping-off point for what National Geographic describes as “the West's best short whitewater trip,” Westwater Canyon. Located in eastern Utah and only a 40-minute drive from Grand Junction...
There are plenty of safe and scenic places to hike in the Grand Valley during big-game hunting season.Generally, big-game rifle hunting seasons in the Grand Valley run from around Sept. to Nov....
Colorado National Monument, perhaps one of Colorado’s best-kept secrets, is truly a desert wonderland. This lesser-known park covers over 20,500 acres of deep canyons, sweeping valleys, and towering...