There is an excellent trail on the Lunch Loop system which isn't getting the love it so very much deserves. It's an excellent hike, not too far out of town, and offers tons of scenic beauty. The next time you hike, why not show this trail a little attention.
When Western Colorado gets hit with snow, or in the case of recent weather, rain and slush and muck, some of the most popular trails tend to become a bit soggy and difficult to walk. Then again, some people get off on soggy and difficult. When the weather gets crummy, what's the best local trai…
You don't know what fun is until you get out and enjoy Western Colorado's awesome trails. There's no need to become an extreme athlete in order to enjoy the area's great outdoors. There are a few tips, however, which will make a visit to the valley's trails more enjoyable fo…
Stop what you're doing, throw your bike in the back of your car, and head to Glenwood Springs immediately. A bike ride through Glenwood Canyon is just what the doctor ordered. This ride will clear your mind, strengthen your spirit, and gear you up to take on the world.
Saturday evening, depending on where you were in Grand Junction, saw its fair share of heavy rainfall. Take a walk along Western Colorado's Audubon Trail, and enjoy the newly fallen rain, all from the dry comfort of your computer.
If you explore the trails on Little Park Road, then there can be little doubt you've encountered "Free Lunch". This is the trail closed to hikers and reserved for cyclists. What about this trail makes it so risky? Take a look.
The 'Old Kiln Trail' at the top of Little Park Road received its moniker due to the fact that it includes just that, an old kiln. I paid my first visit to this trail on Tuesday, while the hike was excellent, I'm sad to report that no kiln was found.