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All of Inspirato’s Telluride homes share one thing in common: incredible mountain views. Enjoy the standalone five-bedroom Gold Hill, boasting rustic lodge-style décor, a private hot tub, and nearby ski access. Meadowlark—a grand five-bedroom, ski-in, ski-out estate—includes a private hot tub, indoor sauna, and a wraparound balcony. The two-bedroom penthouse Dynamo, in See Forever Village, is a quick walk from the gondola and ski access.
Stay in one-, two-, three-, four-, or five-bedroom residences at Lumière with Inspirato, a luxury residence property nestled at the base of Mountain Village.
Tucked snugly at the end of a scenic box canyon, Telluride offers some of the most spectacular scenery in the American West, encircled by the jagged, 14,000-foot peaks of the San Juan Mountains. On the same streets where Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank, where the Utes once hunted, and miners spent their downtime in rowdy saloons, you'll now find a world-class mountain town. Stroll down Main Street—crowded with upscale boutiques, gourmet bakeries, and lively brewpubs—and enjoy nearly 360-degree mountain views. Perfect for travelers who want a more laid-back experience than Aspen and a more intimate scene than Vail, Telluride is a secluded and welcoming enclave for outdoor enthusiasts.
The 25-mile stretch of U.S. Route 550 between Ouray and Silverton is known as the Million Dollar Highway, characterized by incredible mountain vistas, hairpin turns, and sheer cliffs. Be sure to get out and stretch your legs in the former mining towns found along the route.
Soak in the healing waters of the eight pools and ponds at Orvis Hot Springs in nearby Ridgway. These soaking areas are filled with all-natural water that isn’t heated nor treated in any way.
This three-mile hike departs from town and loops through aspen forests and open meadows, affording incredible views of the box canyon and an aerial view of Telluride down below.
Telluride is a world-class destination no matter when you visit. With heavy snowfall (about 300 inches per year), the town is a mecca for skiers and snowboarders. In summer, temperatures in the 60s and low 70s are ideal for hiking, biking, fly fishing, and kayaking. Telluride is relatively dry, with more frequent afternoon thunderstorms in July and August.