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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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Grand Junction Mentioned in Out Front Magazine

Outfront Magazine discussed Grand Junction's new queer nightclub called Good Judy's. This hot spot aims to create a safe space for the LGBTQ+ community in a conservative area. Opened in 2023, it features events like DJ nights, drag shows, and karaoke. It has been well-received by the community…

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Grand Junction Mentioned on Good Day Colorado

If you’re looking for some fun and affordable summer getaway ideas without leaving the state, we know just the place. This morning we took our viewers LIVE to the western slope, one of Chris Tomers favorite places, Grand Junction! We teamed up with travel journalist and meteorologist Jennifer…

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Grand Junction Music Festival Mentioned in Spoke and Blossom

Julie Bielenberg wrote about 2023 Country Jam: "Just outside of Grand Junction is one monster country music festival going three decades strong. The biggest names and award-winning country musicians across the nation converge for the three-day festival. Jason Aldean, Blake Sheldon, Lainey Wilson…

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The Smithsonian Magazine Mentioned Grand Junction as Top Tubing Spot

Laura Kiniry wrote: "Opened in 2020, Grand Junction’s 140-acre River Park at Las Colonias diverts water from the Colorado River to create a half-mile lazy river for tubers and floaters. Scenic and slow moving, this downtown waterway passes alongside river islands intended for habitat restoration on…

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