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Explore the Western Slope

No matter what time of year you choose to visit, there is something for everyone on the western slope!

Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park

Visit the national park to hike, take a scenic drive, fish, watch wildlife, explore the inner canyon, or view the night sky!

Day Trip to Ouray

Take a quick day trip to Ouray to hike, walk main street, take a scenic drive on the million dollar highway, explore box canyon, or soak in the hot springs!

Things To Do in Montrose

No need to travel far, there is plenty to do right here in Montrose! Tour the museums, go biking, horseback riding, river surfing, walk main street, or simply enjoy happy hour at the breweries, wineries, or distillery!

Day Trip to Ridgway

Take a day trip to Ridgway for hiking, mountain biking, dirtbiking, ATV and 4WD exploration, a soak in the eternal hot springs, paddle boarding or boating at the state park!

Winter Activities

Don't let the cold stop you from visiting! Come explore in winter and go snowshoeing, skiing or snowboarding in Telluride, cross country skiing, ice climbing, or snowmobiling!


No matter what types of activities you are looking for there is something for everyone on the western slope!
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Be Prepared

How To Be Prepared When Visiting The Western Slope

Colorado is known for having unpredictable weather, remember to always be prepared for fast changing conditions!

Changing Conditions

Make sure your windshield wipers are clean and ready to take on heavy rain at any moment, especially in the afternoons.

High Temperatures

Summer is a great time to visit Colorado, but temperatures can get into the upper 90's - it's best to get out and explore in the earlier hours of the day.


Montrose sits at an elevation of 5,822 ft., event on the cooler days sunscreen should be worn and reapplied every two hours when exploring outdoors.

Bring Layers

Even if the days are hot, the temperatures can drop fast when the sun goes down or an unexpected storm rolls in - always bring layers with you when exploring Colorado.


Always bring more water with you than you think you need. It is easy to forget to drink water on the cooler days, but remember that at higher elevation you need more water .

Proper Gear

Wearing the proper shoes and bringing the correct gear can make or break your trip, be sure to wear the right shoes and bring the right gear for the activities you plan to take part in.

First Aid Kit

It's always a good idea to bring a simple first aid kit along when exploring outdoors - Band-Aids, gauze, antiseptic wipes, tweezers, elastic bandages, I.C.E contact info are just a few examples.


It's always a good idea to bring snacks along for any adventure, especially when you are unsure how long you will be out for the day.