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Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Grand Junction area

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Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in:
Grand Junction, Fruita & Palisade, Colorado

Grand Junction is located in Western Colorado along Interstate 70. The city is situated along the Colorado River and sits in the valley between the slopes of the Book Cliffs, the Grand Mesa and the Colorado National Monument. Fruita lies to the west of Grand Junction and is located near the north entry to the Colorado National Monument. Palisade and Clifton are located to the east of Grand Junction

Colorado Riverfront Trail

Grand Junction, Colorado map area

Grand Junction, Colorado

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BIKE PATHS / WALKING PATHS

Canyon View Park Trails

Colorado Riverfront Trail - Audubon Section

Colorado Riverfront Trail - Clifton Nature Park Section

Colorado Riverfront Trail - Blue Heron Section

Colorado Riverfront Trail - Connected Lakes Section

Colorado Riverfront Trail - Highway 340 Connection

Colorado Riverfront Trail - Monument View Section

Colorado Riverfront Trail - Parks & Wildlife Section

Colorado Riverfront Trail - South Rim Trail

Eagle Rim Park Trail

Fruita Recreation Path

Highway 50 Multi-Use Path

Las Colinas Section - Highway 340 Connection

Long Family Memorial Park Trail

Sherwood Park Trail

Redlands Parkway Multi-Use Path

RELATED LINKS

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Regional Trails

The Colorado Riverfront Trail is a system of paved pathways that span over 20 miles. The pathways are located along the Colorado River in the cities of Palisade, Grand Junction and Fruita in western Colorado.

The Colorado Riverfront Trail provides beautiful views of the powerful Colorado River and the beautiful multi-colored cliffs of the Colorado National Monument. There are also views of the Bookcliffs to the north and the Grand Mesa to the east. The trail wanders through the natural areas alongside the river which includes grassy meadow and cottonwood groves.

The trail system goes by numerous local parks and other attractions along the way. There are three separate areas where the trail has been completed. The longest section being between Fruita and the south side of Downtown Grand Junction. There are also completed sections of the trail to the south of D Road in Clifton and a section to the south of the community of Palisade.

Read more about the Colorado Riverfront Trail


Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails located in Grand Junction and Fruita, Colorado.

Southwest Colorado

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