Looking for a great trail near Grand Junction, Colorado? AllTrails has 51 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around River Bend Park or James M Robb Colorado River State Park, we've got you covered. Ready for some activity? There are 34 moderate trails in Grand Junction ranging from 0.9 to 21.6 miles and from 4,658 to 6,732 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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rocky
3 days ago

Easy trail with amazing views. Be careful climbing the huge rocks. Took my time in 93 degree heat, it will drain you.

Easy trail with Gorgeous views! You can get pretty close to the edge while walking across all the rocks so be careful. Definitely therapeutic, if you just want to clear your head. I went off trail and stopped to take lots of pictures. The kids will love it!

hiking
3 days ago

Really easy hike and easy to follow as of 08/19/2019, only took about 15 minutes for me to hike so I would recommend looking around more, the view is absolutely beautiful at the devil's kitchen! I would go in the middle and climb up to the view off the cliffside too its gorgeous!

More like ponds than lakes, but a very pleasant nature walk on a hot morning, with benches and placards for your enjoyment. This is part of the Robb State Park so there’s an $8 day-use fee, unless you have a pass. I would do it again, especially with the grandkids.

hiking
4 days ago

Beautiful trail, very easy and always the first trail I show anyone in my family visiting Colorado, if you climb up above the mine you can get some beautiful views!

Super easy trail walk with some beautiful views of the river and monument. Perfect for a casual walk with your dog.

Doesn’t track even within sight of the river for most of the trail. Disappointing.

Went up wedding canyon which was shaded most of the way, and down monument canyon which was in the sun the whole way. Started early so it wasn’t to bad. Keep a look our for bighorn sheep they’re usually sitting in the shade during the day relaxing and they blend in quite well. I only spotted some cuz I heard them first. Views were amazing.

hiking
no shade
rocky
8 days ago

Great hike but all trails is very off. You get to devils kitchen way before all trails ending point. Follow designated path to devils kitchen. After that there really is no designated trail. You will know you are there when you walk inside grouping of large towering rocks.

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bugs
rocky
scramble
8 days ago

Great Trail (not very difficult) especially for trail runners, parents with kids, and those new to mountain biking. great view of the Bookcliffs from about the halfway mark. not quite as pretty as some hikes, but definitely one to check out.

Magnificent views of the canyon

Great trail. Would like to come back and finish the whole thing. Had to leave because rain was coming and the parking lot is a flash flood area.

hiking
rocky
scramble
15 days ago

Hard. We hiked up through the arch at the top. Not for the beginner hiker. Beautiful and fun too. But as I am writing this, I have nothing left in me lol!

on Devils Kitchen Trail

hiking
no shade
off trail
rocky
scramble
16 days ago

The first part of the trail is ok, but once you get to the rock climb it is not well marked and difficult to follow. I had the all trails app up, but the path was not matching up too well with the rock piles left for marks. We found ourselves trying to follow footprints, but we could tell quickly lots of the prints were from ours trying to find the trail and piles of rocks. Many trail search missions up on the rocks by others too. We never made it to the Hells Kitchen and gave up due to the frustration of trying to find the path. If I ever do it again, I will use my Garmin GPSMAT 64ts and program the waypoints on the trail myself.

hiking
rocky
16 days ago

Hiked this trail on August 5, 2019. AllTrails lists the distance as 4.5 miles. Information at the trailhead gives the distance as 5 miles. The hike up Wedding Canyon was great! All the steep portions of the trail were in the shade. Very scenic the entire way. Continued the loop by going down Monument Canyon. I didn’t think that was as scenic as Wedding Canyon. Overall, a great hike though! Did not see any Bighorn Sheep. I was hiking down Monument around 10:30am. If you do this hike in the summer months, start early and take plenty of water!

The trail is not marked well. An App is necessary or you will find yourself at the top of a canyon instead of below where you belong. Take a lot of water. You dont want to run out.

Beautiful views, great hike difficulty, and the trail was pretty easy to follow.

Started counter clockwise based on other reviews and totally agree that's the way to go. Climb up was all shaded, when we got around to the sunny side of the trail saw 17 big horn sheep across a 1 mile stretch on both sides of the trail. Beautiful views all around.

hiking
20 days ago

compared to other trails in this park it's a hike to nowhere. no real views and a bit of a grind on a hot day.

hiking
no shade
rocky
22 days ago

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