Grand Mesa covers roughly 540 square miles in Western Colorado, making it the largest flat top mountain in the world! It rises to about 11,000 feet, with Crater Peak being the tip at 11,333 feet. Mostly all of the mountain is nature and part of the national forest.
Biking, Boating, Camping, Fishing, Hiking, Hunting, Picnicking, OHV Riding, Scenic Drives, Winter Rec – Cross Country Skiing, Snowmobiling, Snowshoeing
Grand Mesa Scenic Byway – A 63 mile highway connecting the quiet town of Cedaredge (near Delta) with I-70 near Mesa to the north. It climbs from the valley to over 11,000 on top the mesa. An 11 mile detour along the byway leads to the Lands End Observatory, which gazes 6,000 feet below. Campgrounds and primitive car camping exist along the way.
Motor Vehicle Use Maps: Large, PDF’s from the USFS. They show forest service roads and where dispersed camping is permitted.
- Grand Mesa – Cedaredge, Collbran
Grand Mesa Campgrounds: Reservations