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Originally named Artesia, this quaint town became the gateway community to the archeologically and..Mesa Information
The quiet, unassuming community of Mesa is a gateway to Grand Mesa, the world's largest flattop..Breckenridge Information
The word quaint might have been invented in Breckenridge. Its main street could be a painting of..Edwards Information
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Nestled in the Eagle River Valley, at the base of Beaver Creek Ski Resort and 14 km (nine miles)..Dillon Information
Just down I-70 from famed Summit County ski areas Copper Mountain, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin and..Kremmling Information
Situated east of Steamboat Springs along Highway 40, the small town of Kremmling offers access to..Eagle Information
This down-home, non-resort community about 30 miles west of Vail features friendly folks and a cozy..Frisco Information
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Palisade, on the Western Slope, is in the heart of Colorado's wine country. Nearly a dozen area vineyards are producing small quantities of wines that are getting big attention. Each autumn, the town packs em in with its annual wine festival, where you can do everything from sampling the latest vintages to - yes, really - stomping grapes.
But grapes weren't the first fruit to put the agricultural town on the map. Palisade's also famous for its peaches. The town celebrates a peach festival every year to mark the harvest from its 500,000 Elberta peach trees by more than 300 local growers. Other orchards have cherry and apricot trees.
Palisade is perched on the edge of the Grand Mesa, where scenic drives, fishing, hiking and other outdoor activities are available.
Not far from Grand Junction, Palisade is a small town with a small-town feel - everything happens in Riverbend Park.
East of town, in scenic DeBeque Canyon, is the Colorado River State Park - Island Acres, where visitors enjoy fishing, camping and boating. And horse-lovers enjoy hiking the Little Bookcliffs Wild Horse Range - 30,000 acres of rugged terrain where herds of wild horses roam.
In winter, Palisade offers snow sports, including downhill skiing or snowboarding at Powderhorn Ski Resort. Finish your busy day with a glass of local wine, to experience the full flavor of Palisade.
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