The trails aren't going anywhere, but the snow is. It looks like Mother Nature is going to bless us this weekend with snow. It won't last for long. This is just a matter of opinion, but some Grand Junction trails are at their best with new snow.
How well do you know your way around Western Colorado? By that, I don't mean streets. Have you visited the magnificent trails around the valley? Take a visual tour and see if you can name these Grand Valley locations.
Are you searching for the Colorado trail that's just right for you? Are you prepared to tackle 39.000 miles worth of hikes to find it? This awesome map will lead you to 17,000 trails within the boundaries of Colorado.
Hiking can be strenuous and exhilarating, but it doesn’t always have to be. Hiking can also be a fun, self-paced, and family friendly activity. Hiking can be enjoyed by all ages, from young to old. Here are three family-friendly hiking trails in Grand Junction, and they all start at …
Bicyclists and trail walkers beware! If you're planning a trip down certain sections of the Glenwood Canyon bike path, you'll need to bring your snorkel. The Colorado Department of Transportation has closed several sections due to high water.
When Mother Nature dumps a ton of snow on the Grand Valley, some of the more popular trails tend to become a bit soggy and difficult to walk. When weather gets crummy, what's the best local trail to hike?