The City of Grand Junction has applied for a 1.5 million dollar grant to extend the Lunch Loop Trail.
Grand Junction Parks and Recreation has received the blessing of the City Council to apply for a grant to extend the Lunch Loop Trail. The Trail System is just outside of Grand Junction between Monument Road and Little Park Road. Nestled next to the Colorado National Monument the Lunch Loops Trail System provides spectacular views and a challenging terrain. The trails are open to mountain biking and hiking.
Ray Michaels
Ray Michaels
The total cost to complete the project is estimated at 2.4 million dollars and has been in the pipeline for some time. When, and if, the project funds are approved it will take a couple months for the city to receive the cash. The upgrade project will take about a year to complete. The additional funds will come from partnerships with Mesa County, Mesa Land and Trusts, and the City of Grand Junction.

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