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Colorado National Monument, CO

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Colorado National Monument

Colorado National Monument preserves one of the grand landscapes of the American West. But this treasure is much more than a monument. Towering monoliths exist within a vast plateau and canyon panorama...[more]

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By Plane from the Grand Junction Regional Airport: American Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Great Lakes Airlines, United Express/Skywest, Delta Connection/Skywest, US Airways and Allegiant Airlines currently serve the Grand Junction area.

For travelers going Westbound through the Grand Valley: Take Highway I-70 to Grand Junction, and take Exit 31 (Horizon Drive). Follow signs through Grand Junction to the east entrance.

For travelers going Eastbound through the Grand Valley: Take Highway I-70 to Exit 19 (Fruita) and go south on Highway 340 to the west entrance, which is approximately three miles from Fruita. The Visitor Center and Campground are four miles up from the west entrance.

Public Transportation: Tour bus and taxi service is available. Contact the Grand Junction Visitor and Convention Bureau for more information.
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