Find Where You Belong…

Live the Colorado Dream

Walkable neighborhoods with several types of housing options and quality design are a cornerstone of Gunnison Rising, a thoughtfully planned development that is projected to bring online up to 1,700 new housing units that cater to a diverse range of household types. These include traditional single-family homes, spacious duplexes and triplexes, community-oriented cottage clusters, and amenity-rich, multi-family buildings.

TRAIL oriented COMMUNITY

  • Nature & Trails
  • Activities
  • Pedestrian-Friendly
  • Walkable
  • Bikeable
  • Pocket Parks
  • Safe
  • Views

LIFESTYLE & RECREATION just outside your door

Mountains of Opportunity

The endless walking, biking and hiking trails within and surrounding Gunnison Rising will allow you to meet up with friends and enjoy a life of leisure that is normally reserved for a vacation. The 7 miles of Tomichi Creek that meanders adjacent to Gunnison Rising is an ideal environment for nature lovers and people who love to fish. Just down the road are Jorgenson Ice Rink & Event Center, Gunnison Whitewater Park, Dos Rios Golf Club, Hartman Rocks Recreation Area, and Blue Mesa Reservoir. Ski and snowboarding enthusiasts have two great choices nearby: Monarch Mountain to the east and Crested Butte Mountain Resort to the north. For the ultimate in simplicity, ride the free RTA bus from Gunnison and be dropped off at the base of CBMR.

True West Town

Gunnison is almost like a step back in time but with all the modern amenities. Surrounded by a national recreation area, mountains, lakes, rivers, high-mountain sage and acres and acres of ranchland, this southwest Colorado community seems right out of a Western movie, with a few modifications of course! The community started out as a mining supply town in the 1880s, transitioned into a ranching town with a college, and once was considered as a possible location for the state capitol.

Today, there is still the friendly, hardworking vibe of a ranching town. It’s the kind of place where you don’t feel like a tourist as much as somebody visiting the folks or a kindred spirit joining the locals for a cup of joe and a tune-up at the bike/coffee shop, attending weekly happenings at Gunnison Arts Center, dropping off kids at top-notch schools, and embracing a wealth of outdoor pursuits like golfing, camping, biking, fishing, rafting, kayaking, boating, hockey and skiing.

Gunnison Rising

234 N. Main Street, Suite 3A, Gunnison, Colorado 81230