Grand Mesa Lakes “Hidden Gems”
Colorado.com declared Grand Mesa Lakes as a “Hidden Gem”, and at 800 square miles, northwest Colorado’s Grand Mesa is one of the largest flat-top mountains in the world, and its landscape sets it apart from much of the rest of Colorado — that so many lakes can be found so close together is a bit of an anomaly in this high-altitude state. Within the Grand Mesa National Forest are 300 lakes and reservoirs, a network of shorelines and waterside retreats that keeps fishers, boaters, hikers and campers satisfied. The Grand Mesa is increasingly popular with cyclists, mountain bikers, trail runners and hikers, with new trail development on the National Forest and must-do classic routes like the Crag Crest Trail. Read the full article on Colorado.com here.