Enjoying a Western Colorado hike is fun, but not when it's 100 degrees. What if you want to hike, and right now is your only chance? Here are three Western Colorado trails you'll enjoy, even when the temperature pushes 100.
Days are getting short, and they're about to get shorter. When the sun sets earlier, do you find you are a little short on time when it comes to enjoying the outdoors? Eagle's Wing, a trail just off Little Park Road in Grand Junction, is the perfect hike for you.
Are you dying to climb Mt. Garfield in the near future? You might want to put that plan on the back burner. I can think of two good reasons NOT to hike Mt. Garfield this week. This reason alone is more than adequate.
What's up with this? I walked the Audubon portion of Grand Junction's Riverfront Trail yesterday and had the entire thing to myself. What did this awesome trail do to deserve being neglected? The Audubon portion of this trail is a little better than six miles round trip...
You've been breaking your back all year, and you owe it to yourself to enjoy a breathtaking getaway just down the road. Set the alarm and enjoy an early morning walk on Western Colorado's Palisade Rim Trail. Take a look at last Sunday morning's hike.
You'll find that many popular Western Colorado hiking trails are considerably more fun in the winter. One such trail would be the Old Kiln Trail. Not that it's a dud in the warmer months, but it's much more fun and photogenic when there's snow on the ground.