Telluride, Colorado

  • Learn more about the town’s humble origins at Telluride Historical Museum, home to exhibits about the area’s geologic past, indigenous peoples, and mining-camp community.
  • See views of Telluride as well as cascades on the 5-mile roundtrip hike to Bear Creek Falls.
  • One of the most famous off-roading trails in Colorado, Black Bear Pass offers white-knuckle thrills; go on a guided excursion or rent your own four-wheel-drive vehicle to tackle it yourself.
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Box Canyon Bliss

On the same streets where Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank, where Utes once hunted and miners spent their off hours in rowdy saloons, you'll now find a world-class vacation spot. Telluride is the authentic Colorado destination for those who want a more dressed down experience than Aspen and a more intimate scene than Vail. This is not to say it's lacking in amenities; a few celebrities prefer its mix of raucous roots, fine dining and exhilarating skiing to all else. Tucked into a scenic box canyon at the end of the highway, Telluride bursts into view in glorious fashion at the base of the San Juan Mountains' soaring 14,000-foot peaks. Telluride's spectacular scenery is undeniably some of the most beautiful in the Rockies.


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    ~32°F Winter/~82°F Summer
    8,725 feet
    Every June

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  • Forecasting Your Telluride Vacation

    Telluride is a world-class destination for all seasons. The winter season offers conditions that are ideal for skiing, snowboarding, Nordic skiing and many other winter sports. The summer season takes advantage of the number of hiking and biking trails, nearby canyons for fly fishing, roaring rivers for rafting and kayaking and cliff walls for mountain climbing.


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