The Outdoor Capital of Colorado is Just on the Other Side of the Mountains


Forget paved trails and manicured lawns (ok, we have those too) – just 4 hours west of Denver, in Colorado’s Grand Valley, we have over 3,000 square miles of mostly public lands. Uncharted wilderness. Pristine slopes. Awe-inspiring views in every direction. And two rivers run through it. Ski the world’s largest flat top mountain. Tee off on a world class golf course. Swoop down the legendary Horsethief Bend trail. And cool off in the Colorado River. All in one day. Isn’t it time you explored the other side?

73% public lands

1,500+ miles singletrack

152 climbing sections

1,600 skiable acres

18 square miles OHV terrain

300 days of sunshine



America’s Top Large Adventure Town (Fruita, CO)





National Award winning golf course (Redlands Mesa)