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Montrose is a historical town in the State of Colorado and lies on the western slopes of the mountain range of Rocky Mountains. The town offers expansive stretch of public lands enabling visitors to enjoy numerous outdoor activities throughout the year. The Black Canyon National Park along with its beautiful views provides ample of opportunities from hiking to adrenaline-pumping rock climbing. Rafting, kayaking, and fishing can be best enjoyed in the Gold Medal waters of Gunnison Gorge National Conservation Area. Travelers can choose to explore any of the several scenic and historical byways such as Alpine Loop Back Country Byway, San Juan Skyway, Trail of the Ancients, Bachelor Historic Loop, and more. Interested in learning historical facts of the region? Head towards either Museum of the Mountain West, Ute Indian Museum, or Montrose County Historical Museum.
Black Canyon National Park
The Black Canyon National Park is one of the most splendid scenic treasures of the country. The park offers numerous outdoor adventure activities, which includes hiking, traditional rock climbing, fishing, horseback riding, camping, nature walks, rafting, and kayaking.
Montrose County Historical Museum
The Montrose County Historical Museum is housed within the original Montrose railroad depot. It was founded in the year 1964 by the Montrose County Historical Society. The mission of the museum is to preserve heritage of the Montrose area. The museum exhibits vintage machinery and equipment, stagecoach (rare and original that once traveled between Montrose and Ouray), baby furniture, toys, dolls, and more.
Gunnison Gorge National Conservation Area (GGNCA)
This conservation area is spread over around 62,844 acres of land providing an ideal space for numerous outdoor activities. GGNCA boasts to own world class trout fishing. It offers ideal opportunities for whitewater rafting and kayaking. Within GGNCA camping and picnicking areas have been set up at various locations.