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.

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 Grand Junction during big-game hunting season.Generally, big-game rifle hunting seasons in Grand Junction run from around Sept. to Nov. So...
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...
Not a wine connoisseur just yet? Here's all you need to know to start enjoying your own Colorado wines:The equipment:Clear, stemmed wineglasses, preferably ones that slant inward at the rim.Pitcher...
 Hit Main Street Grand Junction for an unforgettable pub-crawl experience. The first stop on the evening’s lineup is The Moulin. As dinner service winds down, the cocktail scene warms up in...
In Grand Junction, mountain bikers will find the exciting Lunch Loop Bike Park, a collection of dirt hills and jumps spread throughout four distinct practice areas. Using funds from community...
High Country Orchards is quickly gaining a reputation for producing the best peaches in the best peach-growing region in the country. In 2009, the well-known Palisade orchard enjoyed a visit from the...
Grand Junction's downtown area is the heart and soul of this Colorado community. From the unique sculptures that line Main Street to the historic buildings that house some of the city's finest shops...