Dominguez Canyon Colorado

Dominguez Canyon

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Aug 4, 2023
Amazing hike in the Desert! Be careful and make sure you are prepared. We hiked over 9 miles that day and had no luck in finding any petroglyphs and were luck we had our water filters to stop by the … Full review by Robert B
Jun 7, 2023
I visited Domenguez Canyon one fine September morning during my vacation in Grand Junction. I left Grand Junction early and got to the trailhead by around 8 AM, and hiked till about noon. The acces… Full review by Bill M
Mar 26, 2020
We hiked the Bridgeport trail which was mostly dry even though snow blanketed some of the entrance road off Route 50. Quiet and peaceful, this hike was beautiful with steep canyon walls, a bubbling… Full review by ontheroad133

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How's the weather in late December.
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December can be iffy for weather. I would check the weather for Delta, Colorado to determine before making plans. It would definitely be less populated.
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Answer by Jenell H · Mar 31, 2017
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How is it in late December. Me and my family are getting there dec. 27th to Jan 2nd. And would like to know how the …
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How is it in late December. Me and my family are getting there dec. 27th to Jan 2nd. And would like to know how the weather is like at that time.
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I'm not sure. I've never hiked it in winter. Depends on amount of snowfall, nothing so far this winter. The canyon trail is fairly flat.
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Answer by Kristine E · Dec 5, 2016
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how much of this canyon can I see from a Jeep
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should be able to do the whole jeep road drive. it's worth it if you ask me, but if you're only visiting and have limited time then first make sure to see the CO Natl'l Monument, Grand Mesa, …
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should be able to do the whole jeep road drive. it's worth it if you ask me, but if you're only visiting and have limited time then first make sure to see the CO Natl'l Monument, Grand Mesa, Moab first.
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