A stop along the picturesque Grand Mesa Scenic Byway, where the Grand Mesa's southern slopes meet the Uncompahgre and Gunnison River valleys, Cedaredge affords pleasant views of orchards, vineyards and stately groves of white ash. This hospitable town offers cozy, rustic rooms and access to hundreds of trout lakes.
Looking for a relaxing hangout? Head to the shady city park in the heart of town. Two blocks away, mosey down the Main Street boardwalk in Pioneer Town, Cedaredge's 19th-century Western village complete with frontier museums and more than 20 original or reconstructed buildings, including a blacksmith shop, jail, saloon and schoolhouse.
To experience the real flavor of Cedaredge, sample delicious wares during the city's annual Applefest each October. Residents and visitors welcome the apple harvests with booths, games and virtually every known way to enjoy local produce. Applefest activities include a scarecrow contest, a wine and beer garden and an antique tractor show.
Extend your stay at the Cedars Edge Llamas Bed and Breakfast, where owners breed and raise llamas, or at The Log Cabin Bed & Breakfast, a 1891 Pioneer log-style home with four large guest rooms.