Month: January 2021

Colorado National Monument – Historic Rim Rock Drive

Colorado National Monument’s Rim Rock Drive is one of the most spectacular drives in the United States. Redrock canyons, crisp blue skies, and verdant green juniper splash fantastic views along the way for motorists and bicyclists. However, the road is challenging, narrow, and steep in some sections with sheer dropoffs.  You may encounter wildlife and …

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Local Vineyards and Wineries are open for tasting!

Two Rivers Winery & Chateau Nestled between the gateways of the Colorado National Monument is our family operated winery. Although Two Rivers Winery and the Chateau are relatively new, they are both becoming Grand Junction’s Newest Tradition.  2021 Update:  Open for wine tasting! Sorry – No Tours yet. Address:  2087 Broadway, Grand Junction, Colorado 81507   970-255-1471 …

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McInnis Canyons Hiking Area

Fruita’s Must See Adventure Area Located west of Grand Junction and Fruita, CO –  McInnis Canyons consists of approximately 123,430 acres of protected public land, including the 75,000-acre Black Ridge Canyon Wilderness. McInnis Canyon is home to breathtaking red-rock canyons, world-renowned paleontological resources, and the peaceful 25-mile Ruby-Horsethief stretch of the Colorado River. Discover a …

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Ski Powderhorn!

Top Reasons to Ski Powderhorn! THE GLADE SKIINGPowderhorn is known for its glade and tree skiing, with options for beginner, intermediate and advanced skiers and riders. SHORT LIFT LINESPowderhorn is off the beaten path of front range traffic, so the area is primarily full of friendly locals and authentic skiing … not waiting to ski! …

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