Thanks to engineering magic, the interstate highway through Glenwood Canyon becomes an unobtrusive part of the landscape. While the engineering feats in Glenwood Canyon are nothing short of spectacular, so are the natural wonders. Colorado Department of Transportation designers made sure drivers, cyclists, hikers and boaters all had an opportunity to enjoy the surroundings. Three rest areas, Bair Ranch, Grizzly Creek and No Name, invite visitors to stop and explore different sections of the canyon. Each rest area features parking areas, restrooms, interpretive displays, picnic grounds, water fountains, trash receptacles and access to hiking trails.