Forbes Magazine recently dubbed the area between Hotchkiss, Crawford and Paonia the “Golden Triangle” in an article on the best areas in the country to live. Word seems to finally be out about the high quality of life this area has to offer. Or maybe it’s just that lifestyle priorities are changing and coming back around to the simpler things in life.
The grandeur of the NFV is visually beautiful, geographically diverse, and charmingly rural. While technically not “on the way to anywhere,” people who choose to take this pristine Gunnison River mountain valley route between Telluride and Aspen, or Glenwood Springs and Grand Junction, or Denver and Moab, find themselves wanting to come back to experience a quality of life seemingly only shared in storytales and history books.
Come discover a best-kept secret of Colorado’s Western Slope where you will see an abundance of wildlife, and where you can tour the local famous wineries, pick luscious fruits in the miles of orchards, sample farm-to-table fresh foods, and enjoy music, arts, fishing, hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, hunting, and more.