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Riverfront at Las Colonias Park

@db_outdoorsaddict Enjoy paddleboarding, kayaking, tubing, floating, or wading along the Colorado River. In the heart of Grand Junction, people of all ages are enjoying paddleboarding and kayaking at the new Butterfly Pond and RiverFront at Las Colonias Park. The 140-acre park is the latest…

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Colorado National Monument, Spoiled Naturally!

Everyone who visits Colorado National Monument claims, “it’s more of a national park!” Just six miles from Downtown Grand Junction, Colorado National Monument, part of the National Park Service, consists of more than 20,000 acres of striking canyonlands beckoning to be explored. The area was…

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Best Things About Grand Junction in the Winter

@lenaczarn If you’re the type that likes to ease into winter and not be forced to bundle up until you’re ready, then you need to plan a trip to Grand Junction. The region is a high desert, which means winter happens a little differently. Thanks to the area’s temperate climate, it’s possible to…

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Your 2021 Grand Junction Bucket List

Check out these 21 Grand Junction adventures that you can’t experience anywhere else. If you’ve completed the 2021 Bucket List challenge, then get started on our top 22 Grand Junction experiences for 2022! 1. Explore Colorado National Monument, Your New Favorite National Park Photo…

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6 Ways to Experience Colorado National Monument

One of the most beautiful stretches of land in the world, Colorado National Monument is comprised of more than 20,500 acres of high desert looming over the Colorado River just west of Grand Junction. Teeming with mind-boggling rock formations, a vast range of wildlife and hypnotizing panoramas, it…

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Grand Junction's Riverfront Trail

Grand Junction sits right at the confluence of the Colorado and Gunnison Rivers. The name "Grand Junction" even comes from the city's proximity to these two significant riverways. The Colorado snakes through the area, and downtown Grand Junction is only a few minutes walk from its sandy banks…

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How to Spend a Day in Colorado's Wine Country

Picture yourself standing in the shade of orchards lined with perfect rows of grapevines. The late afternoon sun is peering over the mountains, warming grapes as it highlights their deep jewel tones. The air smells clean and fresh as you inhale and relax. You’re surrounded by friends, some old, some…

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