Mason Alpert & Rhonda Solawetz
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The Vaughn Team
Home Owners Realty
2499 Hwy 6&50
Junction, CO 81505
Grand Junction Colorado Area Information
GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO is a peaceful
valley surrounded by mountains. The colorful Colorado National Monument
is made up of breathtaking rock formations that lie to the west; Mt.
Garfield and the Bookcliff Range to the North and the Grand Mesa (the
largest flat top mountain in the world) lies to the east. Only minutes
from Grand Junction, you can enjoy to your hearts content all the summer
and winter recreational activities available. The Grand Junction Co area
includes the communities of Fruita, Palisade, Loma and Mack as well as
the more mountainous communities of Mesa and Collbran Colorado on the
Our glass is full! Grand Junction and the Mesa County Colorado’s wine
country offers so many adventures, scenic wonders and outdoor activities
to fill your day. From Colorado National Monument’s towering sculpted
cliffs to the lakes and forest on the Grand Mesa you’ll discover a
variety of activities and destinations to please everyone in the family.
Including an extensive foray into the field of "fine arts" with many
community theatre projects, regular Mesa State College stage and drama
presentations and the Downtown Grand Junction "Art On The Corner"
project that features a permanent collection and a changing array of
sculpture for sale and display. The Grand Junction area attractions
further present rafting, hiking, golfing, fishing, camping, biking,
dinosaur digging, dining and shopping are complimented beautifully with
wine tasting- Western Colorado’s newest cultural experience. And you can
quench your adventurous thirst year-round in any season. Check out the
Grand Junction area Internet links.
Nowhere else in the entire
world can you enjoy all of the outdoor
activities that make Colorado famous and spice
up each day with the cultural experience of wine
tasting and the fine arts.
The opportunities are boundless. Mountain
Biking, rafting, kayaking, climbing and off-road
adventures await those who dare, and shopping,
dining, dinosaur digging and scenic and winery
tours are perfect for those who want to relax.
Journey through the Colorado National Monument
and the Grand Mesa – two amazing natural
The Grand Valley Grand
Grand Junction derives its name from the fact
that the Colorado River joins the Gunnison River
here. These rivers provide precious irrigation
water for all of our fruit and farm production.
Without it, we would remain an arid desert.
Main Street was completely redesigned in the
early 1960's as "Operation Foresight", and was
featured in national magazines for its beauty
and aesthetic values. Some of our best shops and
restaurants are located here.
At the east end of our valley, towering to
elevations of over 10,000 feet. Over 200 lakes,
and streams offer the best trout fishing in the
state. The Powderhorn Ski area is 45 minutes
away. Several lodges offer cabins, meals, and
camping supplies. Good hunting for Mule Deer,
Elk, and Black Bear. The Grand Mesa is the
largest flat top mountain in the world
Mount Garfield is at the eastern end of the
Bookcliff mountain range which is in the north
end of the valley. This is some of the most
primitive country in the United States, and is
home to a large wild horse herd managed by the
Bureau of Land Management. Good hunting for Mule
Deer, Elk and Mountain Lion.