Location – Western Slope of Colorado, directly off I-70 at Debeque exit #62, look for the Green Cross! Our store is located across the highway from Kum and Go. Parking in front of store and off to the sides of our store. Handicap Access available as well! Products – Recreational; 21 plus only. We have a huge selection of edibles (Chocolates, Gummies, Candy, Drinks, Truffles, Drink Mixes, ETC) and a wide range of concentrate products (Sap, Sugar, Shatter, Budder, Live Resin, Vapes, ETC). Large variety of flower, glassware, topicals, and more at competitive prices. Interested? Check out our menus on WeedMaps! Call/Visit our store to see what we have available or if you have any questions/concerns.
The place is always so welcoming any time I come in 💙 the bud tenders are well knowledged on the different strains they have to offer
Talk to Gabriela about great concentrates. She likes to talk about that stuff and really knows her strains. If your looking for high THC percentages, they have all ends of the spectrum high and low. If you want to know what it tastes like chances are she has tried it and might be able to help you figure out what is to your liking. Happy shopping!!!
Been here at least a couple of times since they open. Very nice buds/prices.
great staff, great prices, and quality products. all around tumbleweed is top notch and this location gives access to people in the grand valley!
TUMBLEWEED kills! The staff in Debeque are amazing. They will spend as much time as you need with them. I think when I came in there was like 65 strains and they were only adding more, of JUST flower. TW also has CBD products like Ripple and Stratos pills and good ratios too (1:1, 2:1, 15:1, ETC). Finally, they have an awesome loyalty program that I am signed up for because every 100 spent i get 5 off, and I spend hundreds every month! Check it out, heard 4/20 is their "official grand opening". Oh, I also went in at 955pm and I was not rushed one bit (they close at 10pm daily).
Tori was awesome! Hooked us up with some great bud and I learned a thing or two. Thanks!