As the Colorado River emerges from DeBeque Canyon, the Little Bookcliffs and Grand Mesa provide towering backdrops for your lodging stay at a Palisade, Colorado bed and breakfast. From Colorado’s uplands, early-morning winds funnel through the canyon. These winds, referred to as the “Million Dollar Breeze”, significantly reduce frost conditions and provide a temperate climate. Over millions of years, the Colorado River has continually changed its course through the Palisade area, leaving rich sediments behind. An extensive system of irrigation canals provides the final touch for ideal growing conditions. From a quiet getaway to a fun-filled day of bicycling and wine-tasting, this area has something for everyone. Known as the Peach Capital, you will find delicious fruit in Palisade. With the Colorado National Monument close by, you can hike away all that you have sampled. This area has modern conveniences with the rustic charm and friendliness for which the Western Slope of Colorado is famous. Visit the Little Bookcliffs wild horse area and Grand Mesa. Contact the Palisade Chamber of Commerce for a list of upcoming events, and make sure you stay at an inspected and approved member inn of the Bed and Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado during your visit to Palisade.

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