Founded in 1878, Telluride's village & architecture still heavily reflect its Victorian & European roots. Nestled in the center of unparalleled mountain views, the town of Telluride offers five star hotels, one of a kind boutiques & world class dining.
Surrounded by 14,000 foot peaks, Telluride's par 70, 6,574 yard golf course offers breathtaking views & challenging terrain. The surrounding San Juan mountains offer an abundance of summer & winter activities & events. In winter, Telluride's 1,700 skiable acres receive 300 inches of snow a year to its secluded slopes.
With service to Telluride Regional Airport (TEX), International Jet can get you on the runway with direct access to all Telluride has to offer.
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The Telluride Ski School is located in the Telluride Ski Resort. It is the perfect option for anyone looking to improve their skills whether they are a beginner or an expert. Instructions start from basics such as getting your skis on to an in-depth lesson in heli-skiing.
There is no better learning environment than the natural terrain found in Telluride, as there are easy, long slopes as well as intense, steep ones. Schedule a private lesson or join one of the adult groups and fast track their way onto the slopes. There’s also a dedicated children’s center for kids to learn in a safe environment with professional instructors while parents enjoy their day on the slopes.
The Ah Haa School for the Arts has been teaching the culture of Telluride since 1990s. Visitors can take a one-time or a short series of classes that delve into the exploration, development, and celebration of creativity in various means—painting, sculpting, etc.
The classes are a means of therapy as well as inspiration to the people who take them and are available throughout the year for people of all ages and skill levels. You can visit the school whether you want to take a class or not, as it used to be a turn-of-the-century train depot and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Telluride Brewing Company is one of the biggest microbreweries in the United States. The brewery has won three gold medals and a bronze medal in the World Beer Cup since its establishment in 2011. The microbrewery grew from one artisanal brew to fourteen brews and ales. They’re renowned for their remarkable and refreshing taste the whole world over, and the brewery is a main attraction for many people who visit Telluride.
The San Miguel River Trail follows the river through the length of the town of Telluride—approximately 4 1/2 miles and ascending to a range of 170 feet. The trail is a perfect get-away for families with younger children, as it’s an easy climb. Visitors will love the views that they come across, especially that of a panoramic Box Canyon visible midway through the trail.
The San Miguel River Trail connects to Telluride’s Idarado Legacy Trail, where the town’s rich mining heritage is visible, and the Pandora Mill, a well preserved historic mining site. The trail can be enjoyed all year long—even pets are allowed. Fishing and swimming are allowed in certain areas throughout the trail.
The Telluride Gondola is open from May to October and then again from November to April. It offers a one-of-a-kind way to experience the town and its stunning surroundings. For the past ten years, the town has been offering the service between Telluride and the nearby Mountain Village free of charge to residents, visitors, snowboarders, and skiers.
The gondola ride lasts nearly 13 minutes, during which visitors can enjoy a breathtaking bird’s eye view of the town and 365 degree views of the surrounding San Juan mountain range. The gondola ride starts and stops at Oak Street in Telluride, Gondola Plaza in Mountain Village, the Mountain Village town hall, and San Sophia Station, which has access to slopes and hiking trails.
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