Grand Junction is found along the Colorado River and is the largest city on the western slope of Colorado. Surrounded by natural beauty and the Colorado National Monument and Grand Mesa, Grand Junction’s landscape is a paradise for mountain bikers and hikers. The Colorado River flows through the city, meaning you can take on the water rapids by raft. Besides the fantastic recreational activities, downtown Grand Junction is vibrant with boutiques, art galleries and eateries to suit everyone’s tastes. Known as the heart of Colorado wine country, don't miss the largest wine festival in the state held right here in Grand Junction!
Top things to do include exploring the Grand Mesa and enjoying nature. Trails are peaceful and open up to beautiful scenery. You can wander through the forest, as well as go fishing and boating in the lakes. You can also admire the towering red rock from Colorado National Monument. The views are incredible on hikes, with more than 14 miles to cover. To step back in history, enjoy a trip to the Museum of the West. Here you can ride in a stagecoach like the old days, as well as see the firearms that were used by outlaws. You can also experience how the settlers lived in the 1900s at Cross Orchards Historic site. Guides teach about farming and there are historical buildings to explore, including the Uintah Railway.
The best time to spend a vacation in Grand Junction is during the summer months when you can get out on an adventure. In addition, early fall is popular before it gets too cold.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Grand Junction. The warmest months in Grand Junction are June and April, when temperatures reach 102 ˚F. The coolest month is December, when temperatures drop to -4 ˚F. The wettest month in Grand Junction is October with 2.29 inches of rain, while the driest month is March with 0.02 inches of rain.
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