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Camping on the Western Slope of Colorado

Posted by Step Beyond Media on June 14, 2018 in  Get Out Stay Out  Grand Junction  Hiking
Beautiful, remote camping locations are one of the things that Colorado is known for.  The Western Slope has everything from traditional forest camping, desert locations, and near water if you prefer. Let’s take a look at some local favorites that are within driving distance. Glade Park is the area you enter once you reach the summit of the Colorado National Monument.  It is a gorgeous area that offers several different types of terrain. From wooded areas to flat lands, you are bound to find a ca... read more
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Sunset Hikes in Grand Junction

Posted by Step Beyond Media on May 07, 2018 in  Get Out Stay Out  Grand Junction  Hiking
With summer airs just on the horizon, it’s time to shake off the extra layers, throw on the Chacos, and head out into the mountains for some amazing sunset hikes.  Here are some of our trail suggestions for sending off the last sun’s rays of the day. Colorado National Monument: Home to breathtaking sites in broad daylight, you’re going to want to find a perch for the last few moments of the day in this national monument.  A favourite spot is the Book Cliffs View. Watch from the Book C... read more
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Best Day Trips around Grand Junction

Posted by Step Beyond Media on April 19, 2018 in  Community  Get Out Stay Out  Grand Junction  Hiking
It’s always nice to be able to venture off and spend the day outside of the norm. Taking a break from normal activities in your town or just trying something new will keep you loving where you live. So skip your normal weekend plans or take a day off during the week to take a day trip outside of Grand Junction. Colorado has so many great activities and places to visit that are bound to keep your day filled with excitement or even relaxation, depending on what you’re looking for. Below are some great... read more
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The Future of the Old Spanish Trail

Posted by Step Beyond Media on April 11, 2018 in  Community  Get Out Stay Out  Grand Junction  Hiking
The Old Spanish Trail has historic significance in Grand Junction that many have overlooked, the Bureau of Land Management hopes to change that. This trail is 700 miles long and was originally a trade route that connected Colorado to California and New Mexico in the early 1800s. It was one of the toughest trade routes to traverse because of all of its trenches, canyons, peaks and crazy weather conditions. They are currently looking to the public for general interest as well as ideas of what they can do to make... read more
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Grand Junction Attractions

Posted by Step Beyond Media on April 09, 2018 in  Community  Events  Get Out Stay Out  Grand Junction  Hiking
Originally noting the confluence of the Gunnison and Colorado River, the city of Grand Junction has evolved into an intersection of breathtaking scenery, a vibrant festival scene, and delightful vineyards. When planning your trip to Grand Junction, make sure to include both your road and mountain bike.  For a fun ride that caters to any experience level, head to the Lunch Loop bike Park, tucked in the shadow the Colorado National Monument.  Stunning views and technical trails will leave you feeling sat... read more
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