Fly from Phoenix to Grand Junction, CO in just 100 minutes.
When you fly non-stop to Grand Junction, CO on American Airlines, you can reach Western Colorado’s playground in just over an hour and a half, leaving you more time to enjoy the adventures of the Grand Valley. While you’re here, enjoy skiing, biking, wine tours, downtown art installations, and historical tours. Learn about dinosaurs at Fruita’s Dinosaur Journey or explore the views from the Colorado National Monument.
Over a hundred acres of vineyards. Just 100 minutes away.
In the quaint town of Palisade, CO, visitors can enjoy over 30 local wineries and over 100 varietals of Colorado wine. Palisade grows the grapes for over 95% of Colorado wines, making the Grand Valley Colorado’s own private wine country. Tour by horse and carriage, pedicab, limo, shuttle, bicycle and more. Learn more at https://www.visitpalisade.com.
Over a hundred snowy adventures. Just 100 minutes away.
The Grand Mesa is the largest flat top mountain in the world. Only 36 minutes away from Grand Junction, visitors can explore over 1,600 acres of downhill mountain terrain at Powderhorn Mountain Resort or escape the crowds and try your skills at cross-country skiing on over 19 miles of groomed trails. Learn more: https://gmnc.org/trails/skitrails
Over a hundred dinosaur fossils. Just 100 minutes away.
This hands-on, interactive museum includes over 15,000 fossil specimens in its collections, exhibits and displays featuring discoveries from the region, a viewable paleontology laboratory where dinosaur bones are prepared for display, a sandbox for making your own dinosaur tracks, and a “quarry site” where kids can uncover actual Jurassic dinosaur bones. Learn more about Dinosaur Journey and other opportunities at: https://gofruita.com.
Over a hundred geological wonders. Just 100 minutes away.
Sheer-walled canyons cut deep into sandstone and granite rock formations at the Colorado National Monument. Just six miles from Downtown Grand Junction, it showcases breathtaking views, stunning overlooks and an educational visitors center with geological displays. Learn more at: https://www.visitgrandjunction.com