Relax, regroup, and partake in Western Slope hospitality with a visit to your hospitality event on Main Street, located in the heart of Historic Downtown Montrose. Enjoy some laid-back music. Have a beer. Explore local dining options and things to do and see in Montrose. Hop on the shuttle bus to get where you want to go in town, be it to dinner, a store, or back to your lodging facility.
The Colorado Plateau Mountain Bike Trail Association (COPMOBA), part of our exceptional and passionate biking community, is heading up the beer garden—it’s a fundraiser, so drink up! Consider chatting up these fine folks to learn more about the myriad cycling opportunities available in Montrose and beyond as well as all they’re doing to make our community extra special and bike friendly.
We hope your foray off the RTR main path today expands your awareness of what Montrose has to offer, from random fun facts, to remarkable assets like the beautiful Black Canyon National Park, to an abundance of outdoor opportunities, restaurants, night life, and shopping — you might even want to move here!
For the full visitor center experience, mosey over to the Downtown Visitor Center (107 S Cascade Ave) to explore further all there is to do and see in Montrose. Our official guide, Visit Montrose, is available at the hospitality event, online, or we’ll gladly send one to your home.
Click here for the latest press release in anticipation of your arrival in Montrose!
Here’s to an exciting 2017 RTR experience. We're glad you're here, and we hope to see you back in Montrose soon!
The Visit Montrose Team
Office of Business and Tourism
107 S Cascade Ave | Montrose, CO 81401
We've got a shuttle for you!
On Wednesday, the Visit Montrose shuttle runs from 3-9 pm, originating from the Downtown Visitor Center (107 S Cascade Ave) to get you out and about and back.
On Thursday, five different shuttles are here to serve you--including two horse-drawn options! Want to head to your hotel? Make your way to the downtown entertainment site? Check out a restaurant on the south corridor? Peruse a gallery? Find out more about public lands? We've got you covered.