Monument Road
Grand Junction, CO 81507

Holy Cross Trail is great for an after work mountain bike ride or hike. For mountain bikers this is a technical trail that intermediate to advanced riders will find fun and challenging. For hikers it's a great trail to escape back into the red sandstone. Bring water; it can get hot during the middle of the day even in November. 

The Lunch Loops Trail System is in Grand Junction between Monument Road and Little Park Road. This trail system consists primarily of trails rated "more difficult" to "very difficult". Adjacencies to the Colorado National Monument and Bangs Canyon allow the Lunch Loops Trail System to provide spectacular views on challenging terrain. The trails are open to mountain biking, hiking, and equestrian only, and receive high use from both mountain bikers and trail runners, and dogs are a frequent occurence in the area.


Difficulty:Moderately Difficult
General Information:Dogs Allowed, Parking/Trailhead Description: A large gravel parking lot on the left marked with a BLM sign for the Tabeguache Trail., Trail Length: 6.5 miles
Time to Experience:1 - 2 hours