What's up with this? I walked the Audubon portion of Grand Junction's Riverfront Trail yesterday and had the entire thing to myself. What did this awesome trail do to deserve being neglected? The Audubon portion of this trail is a little better than six miles round trip...
Everybody knows about the great horned owl on Grand Junction's Audubon Trail. Many people are familiar with the woodpecker living in the same vicinity. Catching a glimpse of either, though, can be a little difficult. This last weekend, both were feeling a bit more sociable.
Western Colorado has enjoyed several days of light rain. Should this keep you from enjoying Grand Junction's awesome trails? HECK, NO! Now's the time to get out and walk or jog the Audubon Trail. Here are five reasons why.
Grand Junction's Audubon Trail is showing signs of a potential population explosion. Grand Junction hasn't seen anything like this since the energy boom. The number of mythical creature figurines inhabiting the trail is on the upswing. How are they getting there?