"Positioned beneath the slopes of jagged buttes south of Grand Junction, Colorado, in the shadow of the towering pink and red sandstone face of the Colorado National Monument, Redlands Mesa is like playing golf along the bottom of the Grand Canyon, with a couple of sojourns to the Garden of the Gods thrown in." --Golf Digest
If you're a golfer this is the place to be. The course is centered around the gorgeous Colorado Monument. With scenery so spectacular it is easy to get distracted from the game. Though the scenery may attract the players, the seemingly perfect degree of difficulty in the course seems to keep them coming back for more.
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Grand Junction isn't exactly known as the food capital of the state but if you are looking for some exotic, delicious food Suehiro's would be the way to go. This has a Japanese/Hawaiian kind of feel when it comes to the atmosphere and food. Not only do they have extremely reasonable prices but their food could arguably be the most popular in town. They are gluten, kid, and vegan friendly so they have something to offer almost anyone. Their greatest praise probably comes from their sushi. They use the freshest fish and always seem to keep people coming back for more. If you are looking for something more exciting for your dining wants, this would be the place to go. http://www.suehirosushi.com/
Friday, March 15, 2013
Yay spring is finally on it's way! With the weather warming up it is a perfect time to enjoy the outdoor activities Colorado has to offer. One of the most treasured jewels on the western slope is the Colorado National Monument. It offers bountiful activities such as hiking, rock-climbing, sight seeing and much more. The magnificent canyons and view from this plateau makes for a wonderful day out to soak in the vast beauty this spot offers. If you're in for some good exercise the Monument offers some of the most sensational hiking trails the state has to offer. If you are more of a thrill seeker, rock climbing is very popular here. The sandstone cliffs and spires of Colorado National Monument attract hundreds of climbers a year. If you are looking for a relaxing day of sight seeing or something more adventurous the Monument has a diverse pallet to offer.