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Nestled between the Colorado National Monument and Grand Mesa National Forest in the heart of western Colorado lies Grand Junction, a beautiful mountain town with plenty to offer new residents. Grand Junction is the largest hub on the Western Slope and is known as being the epicenter of Colorado's burgeoning Wine Country.

According to a 2012 U.S. Census estimate, Grand Junction is home to nearly 60,000 residents, so it is small enough to enjoy a warm and welcoming atmosphere, but still large enough to provide many of the big-city amenities that you love. Grand Junction is also a fast-growing city. Based on City-Data statistics, the city's population shot up by more than 42 percent between 2000 to 2012, so many people are jumping at the chance to call Grand Junction home. Despite the city's growth, the cost of living isn't too extravagant, as the index is still more than 5 percent less than the U.S. average.

Activities and Attractions in Grand Junction

If you love the great outdoors, be prepared to be impressed. There are numerous ways to see and experience nature in Grand Junction. The red rocks of the Colorado National Monument provide a playground for adventurous pursuits, whether you enjoy hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking or camping. There are also skiing opportunities during the winter on the Grand Mesa and exciting white water rafting excursions to be had on the roaring Colorado River.

However, Grand Junction isn't all about strapping on outdoor gear. The city's laid-back downtown provides plenty of shopping and fine dining that delights visitors and residents alike. Grand Junction is also the focal point of Colorado's Wine Country and home to dozens of wineries, some of the most notable being Ptarmigan Vineyards, Two Rivers Winery, Whitewater Hill Vineyards and Desert Sun Vineyards.

Moving to Grand Junction

One of the best things about living in Grand Junction is that despite it's mountainous location, it is still relatively easy to get to with a Grand Junction moving company. Interstate 70 as well as U.S. Highways 50 and 6 run straight through town, so if you are traveling by car, you should have an easy path in and out of town no matter the direction you are coming from. However, if the rocky terrain is a bit too adventurous for you as a newcomer, you can always opt for North American Van Lines' vehicle transportation service and fly into Grand Junction Regional Airport, which is around 5 miles from the city center. There are numerous other services you can enjoy with northAmerican, including self pack material sales, full-service packing, unpacking and clean-up services and electronics and furniture disassembly and assembly, to name a few.

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