The Six Most Popular Words That Describe the Grand Valley
We asked you to describe the Grand Valley with just one word and one word only. Here are the six most popular words used to describe the Grand Valley.
The Grand Valley is a magical place stretches from western Colorado into eastern Utah. We have rivers, the Book Cliffs, vineyards, the Mesa, the Monument and more. We asked you to describe the Grand Valley using one word and one word only.
We compiled all of your answers and here are the six most popular words that describe the Grand Valley.
The most popular word you used to describe the Grand Valley is home. Home is a place that you feel comfortable, a place where your family is. Some people have lived in the Grand Valley for decades and others, like me, have lived here for a couple of years. Either way, the Grand Valley is home.
The next most popular word that describes the Grand Valley is beautiful. I love how no matter where you look, there's always something beautiful to see. From the Mesa to the Monument, we've got 360 views of straight-up beauty.
Another popular word that's used to describe the Grand Valley is hot. The Grand Valley receives a lot less snow than the rest of Colorado and we've got a lot milder weather here. The high today is 98 degrees, I'd say that's pretty hot.
According to you, grand is another one of the most popular words that describe the Grand Valley. Our location, community, and scenery are what makes us so grand. Not to mention we're the Napa Valley of Colorado.
Crowded is the next most popular word that describes the Grand Valley. It's hard for me to see this, considering I moved here two years ago, but if you look at the numbers you can clearly see the population increase.
Unfortunately, meth is another the last word on this list that describes the Grand Valley. Meth continues to be a reoccurring issue in our community. I'm not sure why you would choose to use meth when marijuana is legal here and sold at dispensaries all across the Grand Valley.