Grand Junction Hikes

Favorite Hikes In Snow
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?
Got Gunny Loop?
Grand Junction's Gunny Loop makes for an excellent hike for people of all ages and skill level. Of course, it's also an excellent trail for cyclists and dog walkers. Here's a list of five reasons why you should check out Gunny Loop as soon as possible.
Little Park Woodsy Site?
Little Park Road in Grand Junction used to host some epic woodsies back in the 1970's and 1980's. I lived on Little Park back then, but was way too young to know what was going on. Last weekend, I visited the old location where they used to hold these things, but couldn't quite recall…
Winter's Toll On Audubon Trail
Winter's snowfall took a toll on many trees along Grand Junction's Audubon Trail. The first legitimate snow of the season was particularly heavy, and as a result, several trees suffered broken limbs, and many others were completely uprooted. With the snow now gone, the resulting damage is …
Got Wildlife?
Have you ever taken the enjoyable hike to Grand Junction's Lucy Ferril Ela Wildlife Sanctuary? I've lived in Grand Junction for 44 years, and have walked the Audubon trail a couple times a week since the day they built it, and have never noticed it before. Let me assure you, It's well…