Summer is finally here and after a big winter, we're all anxious to hit the hiking trails. It's that time of year when we all like to take in the mountain and valley views, fresh mountain air, budding trees and summer wildflowers. If you're headed to the north end of the valley, be sure to check out one of our favorite, the Whetstone Vista to Upper Loop. With expansive views of Whetstone Mountain and the southern valley, this is a perfect day hike or family outing. While the
The Gunnison Valley is a favorite destination for outdoor lovers and adventure seekers both local and from afar. A favorite summer destination for locals, the Gunnison River Whitewater Park is located just a mile or so from downtown Gunnison, Colorado, off of Highway 50 where it meets County Road 38. The Gunnison River Whitewater Park is easy to get to either by car, bike or even on foot and access is free. Open from sunrise to 10:00 pm, there is plenty of parking located at
What If All I Want Is A Mediocre Life? The world is a harsh, noisy, busy place where everyone is telling you to work harder, longer and faster in order to get ahead. That we need to continuously be striving for more and more, that we need to make our life count. We are told that we need to sacrifice our sleep, our families and sometimes even our health in order to make something of ourselves and to make our life count. But what if living a simpler, quieter life is ok with me?
The Gunnison Valley is overflowing with activities, clubs and organizations for its adventure seekers. What the Gunnison Valley is lacking however is support groups. The Mental Health needs of those living in the Gunnison Valley need to be addressed. We’re excited to see that one young mother has decided to share her passion for helping others by starting a support group for mothers facing Postpartum Depression, Anxiety and OCD. Laura Sutton-Williams has lived in the Gunnison