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SOURCE: Grand Junction Visitor & Convention Bureau
The Grand Junction Visitor and Convention Bureau (GJVCB) announce winter activities from ski slopes and red rocks to Harleys and fine wine
Grand Junction, Colorado (PRWEB) December 04, 2012
Grand Junction, Colo. – Colorado’s western side is a treasure trove of well-kept winter secrets. In a region known for world-class skiing, the Grand Junction area adds wineries, prehistoric monsters, scenic drives, and Western culture to make for an unforgettable winter getaway. And unlike other Colorado winter destinations, Grand Junction’s mild winter climate (53 degree year round average) lets you enjoy four seasons of activities -- all winter!
Here are just a few ideas to round out a winter visit:
About Grand Junction (http://www.visitgrandjunction.com)
Nestled near 11,000-foot Grand Mesa and the 7,500-foot Book Cliffs, Grand Junction is the largest city in western Colorado. At an altitude of 4,586 feet, warm summers and moderate spring, fall and winter seasons allow for year-round golf, hiking and biking. Boasting more than 275 days of sunshine annually, Grand Junction recently was named one of the eight sunniest cities in the United States by TourismReview.com. Among Grand Junction’s spectacular red cliffs and winding canyons are the Grand Mesa, the world’s largest flat-topped mountain, the Colorado National Monument, Bookcliff Wild Horse Area, two national scenic byways and five golf courses. Grand Junction lies in the heart of the Colorado-Utah Dinosaur Diamond. The area also is home to Colorado’s wine country, with nearly 30 vineyards and wineries.
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