The Daily Meal / August 29, 2017
by Ron Stern aka Global Gumshoe
From the mountains to high desert, visit these three destinations for fun-filled diversions
Pack up the car and fill up the tank; it's summer, the best time for a road trip to explore Colorado’s spectacular scenery and attractions. With Denver as a starting point, make your way through Rocky Mountain National Park to the mountain town of Grand Lake in all its colorful splendor. Next, head west to Palisade, known for its peaches and roadside fruit stands. Finally, continue to the western edge of the state to Grand Junction for some good food, wine, and an iconic farmers market.