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.

For group activities amidst beautiful landscapes, meeting planners and tour operators know there's no better choice than Grand Junction, Colorado. With more than 2,800 hotel rooms, the city offers...
The TourIn 2005, AAA and Visit Grand Junction teamed up to offer a unique experience you can't find anywhere else in Colorado. From June to October, the Colorado Wine Country Tour makes up to four...
One of the main geological features of the Grand Valley is the Bookcliffs, a dirt-covered mountain range extending 200 miles, beginning where the Colorado River flows through DeBeque Canyon near...
Just eight miles northeast of Grand Junction, the Little Book Cliffs Wild Horse Area encompasses more than 36,000 acres of rugged canyons and plateaus. This is a great place to hike, especially in...
Parker Carlson is serious about wine. But this award-winning Colorado vintner has a playful sense of humor and a down-home friendliness that sets him apart from much of the winemaking world. His fun-...
Grand Junction is beloved for many things -- its breathtaking Colorado scenery, wine, biking and hiking, just to name a few. And recently, a new reason to adore Grand Junction has emerged: golf....
According to the Colorado Wine Industry Development Board, 85 percent of Colorado's vineyard acreage is planted in premium vitis vinifera (a common grape vine, native to Europe and Asia) varietals,...
Make your way to Peach Street Distillers to enjoy Gin and Tonics, Gin Rickys, Bloody Marys, and warm afternoon sun. The Palisade distillery specializes in brandies made with the finest regional fruit...
Grand Junction's Art on the Corner program adds to the already vibrant downtown. Visitors and locals browse shops, stop and chat over coffee at sidewalk cafes and walk the inviting streets, all while...