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Day Trip Itineraries

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Discover the beauty and adventure surrounding Triple View Tiny Homes with these exciting day trip itineraries. From the charming town of Ouray to the scenic wonders of Marble and Redstone, the outdoor playground of Moab, the relaxing hot springs, and the captivating allure of Telluride, each destination offers a unique and unforgettable experience. Get ready to embark on unforgettable day trips filled with breathtaking landscapes, thrilling activities, and cherished memories.

  1. Ouray:
    • Begin your day with a scenic drive to Ouray, known as the “Switzerland of America,” and marvel at the majestic San Juan Mountains.
    • Explore the historic downtown area with its charming Victorian-era architecture, boutique shops, and art galleries.
    • Embark on a thrilling off-road adventure with a jeep tour, venturing into the rugged backcountry and discovering hidden gems and breathtaking vistas.
    • Take a rejuvenating dip in the natural hot springs at Ouray Hot Springs Pool, surrounded by stunning alpine scenery.
    • Indulge in a delectable meal at one of the local restaurants, savoring the flavors of the region while enjoying the picturesque mountain views.
  2. Marble and Redstone:
    • Embark on a scenic drive through the enchanting towns of Marble and Redstone, nestled amidst pristine wilderness.
    • Visit the historic Yule Marble Quarry in Marble, known for its role in creating iconic landmarks, and learn about the quarrying process and the region’s rich history.
    • Explore the picturesque streets of Redstone, lined with quaint shops, art galleries, and charming restaurants.
    • Discover the enchanting Redstone Castle, a magnificent mansion showcasing stunning architecture and captivating stories.
    • Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the Crystal River, marveling at the peaceful beauty of the surrounding nature.
  3. Moab:
    • Venture to the outdoor paradise of Moab, renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and thrilling adventures.
    • Begin your day with a visit to Arches National Park, where you can witness the iconic Delicate Arch and explore the unique sandstone formations.
    • Take an exhilarating mountain biking or hiking adventure in the world-famous Slickrock Trail, renowned for its challenging terrain and stunning vistas.
    • Enjoy a scenic drive along the Colorado River, soaking in the awe-inspiring red rock views along the way.
    • Conclude your day with a mesmerizing sunset hike in Canyonlands National Park, capturing the vibrant colors as they paint the majestic canyons.
  4. Hot Springs:
    • Unwind and rejuvenate at the soothing hot springs nestled in the breathtaking Colorado landscapes.
    • Visit Orvis Hot Springs near Ridgway, immersing yourself in tranquil pools surrounded by picturesque mountain views.
    • Discover the rustic Penny Hot Springs along the Crystal River, where you can soak in warm mineral waters amidst the peaceful natural setting.

Indulge in the therapeutic waters of Iron Mountain Hot Springs in Glenwood Springs, offering a range of mineral-rich pools and stunning river views.

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Discover the beauty and adventure surrounding Triple View Tiny Homes with these exciting day trip itineraries. From the charming town of Ouray to the scenic wonders of Marble and Redstone, the outdoor playground of Moab, the relaxing hot springs, and the captivating allure of Telluride, each destination offers a unique and unforgettable experience. Get ready to embark on unforgettable day trips filled with breathtaking landscapes, thrilling activities, and cherished memories.

  1. Ouray:
    • Begin your day with a scenic drive to Ouray, known as the “Switzerland of America,” and marvel at the majestic San Juan Mountains.
    • Explore the historic downtown area with its charming Victorian-era architecture, boutique shops, and art galleries.
    • Embark on a thrilling off-road adventure with a jeep tour, venturing into the rugged backcountry and discovering hidden gems and breathtaking vistas.
    • Take a rejuvenating dip in the natural hot springs at Ouray Hot Springs Pool, surrounded by stunning alpine scenery.
    • Indulge in a delectable meal at one of the local restaurants, savoring the flavors of the region while enjoying the picturesque mountain views.
  2. Marble and Redstone:
    • Embark on a scenic drive through the enchanting towns of Marble and Redstone, nestled amidst pristine wilderness.
    • Visit the historic Yule Marble Quarry in Marble, known for its role in creating iconic landmarks, and learn about the quarrying process and the region’s rich history.
    • Explore the picturesque streets of Redstone, lined with quaint shops, art galleries, and charming restaurants.
    • Discover the enchanting Redstone Castle, a magnificent mansion showcasing stunning architecture and captivating stories.
    • Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the Crystal River, marveling at the peaceful beauty of the surrounding nature.
  3. Moab:
    • Venture to the outdoor paradise of Moab, renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and thrilling adventures.
    • Begin your day with a visit to Arches National Park, where you can witness the iconic Delicate Arch and explore the unique sandstone formations.
    • Take an exhilarating mountain biking or hiking adventure in the world-famous Slickrock Trail, renowned for its challenging terrain and stunning vistas.
    • Enjoy a scenic drive along the Colorado River, soaking in the awe-inspiring red rock views along the way.
    • Conclude your day with a mesmerizing sunset hike in Canyonlands National Park, capturing the vibrant colors as they paint the majestic canyons.
  4. Hot Springs:
    • Unwind and rejuvenate at the soothing hot springs nestled in the breathtaking Colorado landscapes.
    • Visit Orvis Hot Springs near Ridgway, immersing yourself in tranquil pools surrounded by picturesque mountain views.
    • Discover the rustic Penny Hot Springs along the Crystal River, where you can soak in warm mineral waters amidst the peaceful natural setting.

Indulge in the therapeutic waters of Iron Mountain Hot Springs in Glenwood Springs, offering a range of mineral-rich pools and stunning river views.

Wineries

Local Experience

The Western Slope of Colorado is home to some of the finest wineries in the country. Luckily for guests, many of them are just a short drive from Triple View Tiny Homes. As your host, I have a particular fondness for Mesa Winds Winery, located in Hotchkiss, just a 20-minute away. Mesa Winds offers a wide selection of delicious wines, made from grapes grown on their sustainably farmed vineyards. The winery also has a beautiful outdoor seating area with stunning views of the surrounding mountains. When it is seasonal, check for outdoor seating as Mesa Winds serves dinner many nights a week. Great date spot!

I also highly recommend checking out these local wineries, all of which are located within a 30-minute drive:

  • Black Bridge Winery: Located in Paonia, just a 25-minute drive from Triple View Tiny Homes, Black Bridge Winery offers a unique selection of handcrafted wines made from locally grown grapes. They also have a fantastic restaurant on-site, serving up delicious meals made with locally sourced ingredients.
  • Azura Cellars and Gallery: This winery, located in Paonia offers a beautiful setting for wine tasting, with stunning views of the surrounding mountains. They also have a gallery featuring the work of local artists.
  • Stone Cottage Cellars: A 30-minute drive from Triple View Tiny Homes, Stone Cottage Cellars is a family-owned winery specializing in small-batch, handcrafted wines. They offer both indoor and outdoor seating, with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains.
  • Leroux Creek Vineyards: This winery, located in Hotchkiss, is known for its award-winning wines and stunning scenery. They also have a farm-to-table restaurant on-site, serving up delicious meals made with ingredients from their own farm.
  • Big B’s: While not strictly a winery, Big B’s in Paonia is a must-visit for any foodie or beverage enthusiast. In addition to delicious hard ciders and juices, they also offer a farm-to-table restaurant and a farm store selling local produce and other artisanal goods. Friday nights during the summer, be sure to catch live music!

All of these wineries have received rave reviews from locals and visitors alike, with each having more than 10 reviews on TripAdvisor. Why not take a day or two to explore the local wine scene during your stay at Triple View Tiny Homes? You won’t regret it!

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The Western Slope of Colorado is home to some of the finest wineries in the country. Luckily for guests, many of them are just a short drive from Triple View Tiny Homes. As your host, I have a particular fondness for Mesa Winds Winery, located in Hotchkiss, just a 20-minute away. Mesa Winds offers a wide selection of delicious wines, made from grapes grown on their sustainably farmed vineyards. The winery also has a beautiful outdoor seating area with stunning views of the surrounding mountains. When it is seasonal, check for outdoor seating as Mesa Winds serves dinner many nights a week. Great date spot!

I also highly recommend checking out these local wineries, all of which are located within a 30-minute drive:

  • Black Bridge Winery: Located in Paonia, just a 25-minute drive from Triple View Tiny Homes, Black Bridge Winery offers a unique selection of handcrafted wines made from locally grown grapes. They also have a fantastic restaurant on-site, serving up delicious meals made with locally sourced ingredients.
  • Azura Cellars and Gallery: This winery, located in Paonia offers a beautiful setting for wine tasting, with stunning views of the surrounding mountains. They also have a gallery featuring the work of local artists.
  • Stone Cottage Cellars: A 30-minute drive from Triple View Tiny Homes, Stone Cottage Cellars is a family-owned winery specializing in small-batch, handcrafted wines. They offer both indoor and outdoor seating, with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains.
  • Leroux Creek Vineyards: This winery, located in Hotchkiss, is known for its award-winning wines and stunning scenery. They also have a farm-to-table restaurant on-site, serving up delicious meals made with ingredients from their own farm.
  • Big B’s: While not strictly a winery, Big B’s in Paonia is a must-visit for any foodie or beverage enthusiast. In addition to delicious hard ciders and juices, they also offer a farm-to-table restaurant and a farm store selling local produce and other artisanal goods. Friday nights during the summer, be sure to catch live music!

All of these wineries have received rave reviews from locals and visitors alike, with each having more than 10 reviews on TripAdvisor. Why not take a day or two to explore the local wine scene during your stay at Triple View Tiny Homes? You won’t regret it!

Local Experience

If you’re looking for a truly immersive way to experience the natural beauty of the Western Slope, hiking is an absolute must. Luckily, there are plenty of trails to explore within a 30-mile radius of Triple View Tiny Homes, ranging from easy strolls to challenging treks that will leave you breathless.

One great option for a leisurely walk is the North Fork Valley Creative District Trail, which meanders through the charming town of Paonia and features a variety of public art installations. This easy 1.5-mile trail is perfect for a casual afternoon stroll.

For a slightly more challenging hike, head to the Gunnison Gorge National Conservation Area, just a 30-minute drive from Orchard City. The Ute Trail is a 4.6-mile out-and-back trail that offers stunning views of the gorge and surrounding mountains. This trail is rated as moderate, with some steep sections, but the views are well worth the effort.

Another great option is the Grand Mesa National Forest, which offers a wide variety of hiking trails ranging from easy to difficult. The Crag Crest Trail is a 10-mile loop trail that offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys, and is rated as difficult. If you’re looking for a shorter hike, the Lands End Road Trail is a 3.5-mile out-and-back trail that offers spectacular views of the Grand Mesa and is rated as moderate.

To find even more hiking trails in the area, guests can easily download the AllTrails app on their phones. This app provides detailed information on hundreds of hiking trails in the region, including maps, difficulty ratings, and user reviews.

No matter what your hiking level or preferences, there’s a trail for you within a short drive of Triple View Tiny Homes. So pack a picnic, lace up your hiking boots, and get ready to explore the stunning natural beauty of the Western Slope.

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If you’re looking for a truly immersive way to experience the natural beauty of the Western Slope, hiking is an absolute must. Luckily, there are plenty of trails to explore within a 30-mile radius of Triple View Tiny Homes, ranging from easy strolls to challenging treks that will leave you breathless.

One great option for a leisurely walk is the North Fork Valley Creative District Trail, which meanders through the charming town of Paonia and features a variety of public art installations. This easy 1.5-mile trail is perfect for a casual afternoon stroll.

For a slightly more challenging hike, head to the Gunnison Gorge National Conservation Area, just a 30-minute drive from Orchard City. The Ute Trail is a 4.6-mile out-and-back trail that offers stunning views of the gorge and surrounding mountains. This trail is rated as moderate, with some steep sections, but the views are well worth the effort.

Another great option is the Grand Mesa National Forest, which offers a wide variety of hiking trails ranging from easy to difficult. The Crag Crest Trail is a 10-mile loop trail that offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys, and is rated as difficult. If you’re looking for a shorter hike, the Lands End Road Trail is a 3.5-mile out-and-back trail that offers spectacular views of the Grand Mesa and is rated as moderate.

To find even more hiking trails in the area, guests can easily download the AllTrails app on their phones. This app provides detailed information on hundreds of hiking trails in the region, including maps, difficulty ratings, and user reviews.

No matter what your hiking level or preferences, there’s a trail for you within a short drive of Triple View Tiny Homes. So pack a picnic, lace up your hiking boots, and get ready to explore the stunning natural beauty of the Western Slope.

Museums and Arts

At Triple View Tiny Homes, we are fortunate to be nestled amidst two natural wonders: the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park and the Grand Mesa. Both destinations offer unique and breathtaking experiences for our guests.

To access the awe-inspiring Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, a short drive of about an hour and a half will lead you to its South Rim Visitor Center. Here, you can gather information, maps, and plan your exploration of the park. We recommend taking the scenic South Rim Drive, which offers numerous overlooks with panoramic views of the dramatic canyon. For the adventurous hikers, the Oak Flat Loop Trail provides an opportunity to immerse yourself deeper into the canyon’s beauty. For more information about the park, visit Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park.

Another must-visit destination near Triple View Tiny Homes is the magnificent Grand Mesa, the world’s largest flat-top mountain. Just a short drive away, the Grand Mesa offers a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. With over 300 lakes, countless hiking trails, and scenic drives, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Take the time to explore the Crag Crest Trail, a challenging but rewarding 10-mile loop that offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. For more information about the Grand Mesa, visit Grand Mesa Visitor Center.

Immerse yourself in the natural wonders that surround us at Triple View Tiny Homes. The Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park and the Grand Mesa offer unforgettable experiences that will leave you in awe of nature’s grandeur. We look forward to hosting you and helping you make the most of your adventures in these remarkable destinations.

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At Triple View Tiny Homes, we are fortunate to be nestled amidst two natural wonders: the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park and the Grand Mesa. Both destinations offer unique and breathtaking experiences for our guests.

To access the awe-inspiring Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, a short drive of about an hour and a half will lead you to its South Rim Visitor Center. Here, you can gather information, maps, and plan your exploration of the park. We recommend taking the scenic South Rim Drive, which offers numerous overlooks with panoramic views of the dramatic canyon. For the adventurous hikers, the Oak Flat Loop Trail provides an opportunity to immerse yourself deeper into the canyon’s beauty. For more information about the park, visit Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park.

Another must-visit destination near Triple View Tiny Homes is the magnificent Grand Mesa, the world’s largest flat-top mountain. Just a short drive away, the Grand Mesa offers a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. With over 300 lakes, countless hiking trails, and scenic drives, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Take the time to explore the Crag Crest Trail, a challenging but rewarding 10-mile loop that offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. For more information about the Grand Mesa, visit Grand Mesa Visitor Center.

Immerse yourself in the natural wonders that surround us at Triple View Tiny Homes. The Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park and the Grand Mesa offer unforgettable experiences that will leave you in awe of nature’s grandeur. We look forward to hosting you and helping you make the most of your adventures in these remarkable destinations.

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