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Gateway hot spot for classic cars, canyons

By Charles Ashby

The state’s official tourism website says this about Gateway: “A general store, cafe and tiny motel mark one of Colorado’s westernmost communities…” Guess they haven’t been there in awhile. The community ...


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Take a day ... Visit Glenwood Springs

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Besides being 10 to 20 degrees cooler than the most sweltering of summer days in Grand Junction, Glenwood Springs boasts an abundance of reasons to hop into the car and head 90 minutes east on Interstate 70. The Glenwood Hot Springs Pool ...


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Mesa County Fair celebrates 125 years

By Staff

The Mesa County Fair will celebrate its 125th anniversary with fireworks, the Grand Junction Centennial Band and a cake decorating contest among other events from July 17–21 at the fairgrounds, 2785 U.S. Highway 50. A few of the things ...


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Take a tour of downtown Grand Junction

By Ann Wright

You could sit on a park bench and drink in downtown Grand Junction while enjoying a mocha. Or you could take a tour. Main Street, Colorado Avenue and the streets between, there are a number of ways to visit downtown that will have you seeing ...


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Discover fun in the eastern Utah desert

By Melinda Mawdsley

You’re not on Mars. You’re at Goblin Valley State Park. Or at least you could be. The park’s hoodoos, above, are just some of many unique landscapes to be seen and experienced in Eastern Utah. Not far from Globin Valley is ...


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Durango a haven for good eats, treats

By Paul Shockley

When John Cohen has been away from his hometown of Durango for a period of time, he likes to visit a local jewel. It’s right outside his front door. Cohen, director of the Durango Area Tourism Office, said a favorite pastime of his is ...


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Getaway to Gateway for fun and relaxation

By Rachel Sauer

Don’t come here for flashing marquees or to go-go-go all night long. Stay off Colorado Highway 141’s undulating curves if your speedometer doesn’t like dipping below 60 mph. If you want flash, if you want glitz, if you want ...


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Tennis anyone? Why not ... it’s one of the Grand Valley’s top sports

By Allen Gemaehlich

Tennis is one of the most popular activities in the Grand Valley. There are more than 50 courts from Fruita to Palisade, including four indoor, and several tournaments through the summer and fall. For adults or children wanting to learn the ...


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White River National Forest is Colorado’s largest forest, and offers a lot

By Dave Buchanan

A number of years ago, a city-weary traveler was pulling off the road near the top of Vail Pass just as another road warrior was climbing back into his car. A voice emanated from the car pulling off the road. “What did you see?” ...


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Escape the heat by retreating to Grand Mesa

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Expect temperatures to be 10 or so degrees cooler as you ascend the world’s largest flattop mountain. As such, Grand Mesa is a great getaway from the summertime heat on the Grand Valley floor and, as the home of the Grand ...


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