Grand Mesa National Scenic Byway

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Grand Mesa National Scenic Byway

Route information
Maintained by CDOT
Length63 mi[1][2] (101 km)
Major junctions
Southeast end SH 65 Cedaredge
Northwest end SH 65 / I-70 Exit 49
CountryUnited States
CountiesDelta and Mesa counties
Highway system
  • Colorado State Highway System

The Grand Mesa National Scenic Byway is a 63-mile (101 km) National Scenic Byway, National Forest Scenic Byway, and Colorado Scenic and Historic Byway located in Delta and Mesa counties, Colorado, USA. The byway traverses Grand Mesa, the most extensive flat-topped mountain on Earth, and reaches an elevation of 10,849 feet (3,307 m). The byway comprises Colorado State Highway 65 from Cedaredge to Interstate 70 Exit 49 and Forest Service Road 100 to the Land's End Observatory.



See also



  1. ^ "Grand Mesa". Colorado Department of Transportation. 2021. Retrieved March 28, 2022.
  2. ^ "Grand Mesa Scenic and Historic Byway". America's Scenic Byways. Retrieved April 7, 2022.

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