The results are in, and the final score is: Trash Can - 1 / Black Bear - 0. This Colorado bear faced off against an insurmountable foe last Friday and ultimately walked away with a head hung down in shame.
A couple of Western Colorado businesses have organized the cleanup of a popular local trail, and your participation will be rewarded with free beer. Interested? The event is coming up this Saturday morning, May 20.
Western Colorado has enjoyed several days of light rain. Should this keep you from enjoying Grand Junction's awesome trails? HECK, NO! Now's the time to get out and walk or jog the Audubon Trail. Here are five reasons why.
Good luck getting you vehicle in for a windshield replacement or a body shop anytime in the next few weeks. Colorado's Front Range was hammered severely when a hailstorm rolled through Monday afternoon.
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.
Since when does the Audubon section of Grand Junction's Riverfront Trail feature an awesome waterfall such as this? There's always been a "drain" at this location, but never a waterfall. Where did it come from?