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Grand Junction Restaurants Featured in Edible Aspen

Julie Bielenberg with Edible Aspen wrote: Two-time James Beard Award semifinalist Josh Niernberg opened Taco Party in 2017. Located in downtown Grand Junction, this modern eatery’s specialty is—you guessed it—tacos. Hundreds of them rotate seasonally, a half dozen or so at a time; the edgy…

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Grand Junction Highlighted on the Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal described Grand Junction as an emerging destination with diverse offerings. Geologically, the area is two-fifths of the state west of the Continental Divide, culturally extending further to Utah's landscape. The area features high desert landscapes, canyons, forests…

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Grand Junction's Fall Adventures Highlighted on Pride Journeys

Pride Journeys highlighted Grand Junction as a fall getaway, offering outdoor adventures with hiking trails, stunning fall foliage atop the Grand Mesa, and popular foraging opportunities. The region's renowned fruit stands and farms provide fresh produce, and the Fruit and Wine Byway offers a…

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Grand Junction Mentioned as Hidden Gem by Denver Post

Grand Junction, Colorado, is highlighted by the Denver Post as a summer destination with outdoor attractions such as the Palisade Plunge biking trail, Rattlesnake Canyon's arches, and the Little Book Cliffs Wild Horse Preserve. The region's natural beauty, outdoor activities, and recent travel…

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Grand Junction Featured on Travel Boulder

Brittany Anas shares: "Avoid the crowds at Arches National Park in neighboring Utah and, instead, discover a collection of nearly three dozen natural arches in Rattlesnake Canyon near Grand Junction. The scenic area within Colorado’s Black Ridge Canyons Wilderness has the second-highest…

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Grand Junction Mentioned in Men's Journal Golf Trip Article

The landscape surrounding Grand Junction, in Colorado’s Western Slope, is a wild mix of canyons, towering sandstone outcroppings, and The Grand Mesa—the world’s largest flat top mountain. It’s also a sneaky good golf destination, with a handful of affordable courses that make the most of the…

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