Cedaredge is fortunate to experience four magnificent seasons – warm pleasant summers, idyllic fall and spring temperatures and mild sunny winters. At 6,100 feet Cedaredge is located just below the snow line of the Grand Mesa and above the heat of the Gunnison river valley. This is a special place carved out by Mother Nature herself.
Recreation opportunities in the Cedaredge ara are endless. In the same day, a visitor could hike through ancient petroglyphs, fly fish in the world class Gold Waters of the Gunnison River, bike the rolling hills of Jumbo mountain, cross country ski on the Grand Mesa, have a glass of wine at a local vineyard and dinner at a farm to table cafe. Golf, skiing, Nordic Skiing, elk and mule deer hunting, fishing on 300 lakes, hiking, horseback riding, snowmobiling and ATV riding – discover the endless exciting opportunities here.
The Cedaredge area has a rich culture of small farms, orchards, and ranches. Many local organic growers boast a variety of peaches, cherries, apples, wine grapes, beef, lamb, vegetables and honey. Local wineries dot the landscape. Music, art shows, and festivals of all types are common throughout the region. Cedaredge boosts a very low crime-rate along with fantastic schools within walking distance. It’s a perfect place to raise an active family or retire at a relaxed pace.
– 10 minute drive from top of Grand Mesa
– 35 minute drive from Powderhorn Ski Area