Telluride Lodging Deals
300 W Colorado Ave., Telluride, CO 81435

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Telluride Ski Vacations

Best For: Big-lunged skiers and boarders with a taste for fine wine and the mountain high life

Remote and unrelentingly beautiful, Telluride may be the most picturesque ski town in North America, a Victorian-era silver-mining hamlet set deep in a box canyon in the San Juan Mountains of southwest Colorado. The steep runs of Telluride Ski Resort spill right into the edge of the town’s National Historic District, where a gondola whisks skiers back up into the area’s almost 4,000 vertical feet of absurdly scenic skiing. Only 12 blocks long and with no stoplights, neon signs, or billboards, this charming town of 2,325 people combines fine wine lists and funky bars with a spirited culture of diehard mountain lovers. The town sits at a gasping 8,793 feet above sea level, and lifts reach to over 12,500 feet, so come prepared to acclimatize.

For a mountain with a well-earned reputation for steeps and bumps, Telluride in fact offers excellent cruisers and beginner terrain—in the kind of high-alpine setting that makes even first-timers feel like heroes—on the slopes around its modern, luxurious Mountain Village. Experts will find bumps, bowls, and chutes in every corner of the resort, and those willing to hike can access some of the most extreme in-bounds terrain in the country in Black Iron Bowl and 13,251-foot Palmyra Peak. Heli-skiing can be hired in the Mountain Village, and the San Juan Hut System offers shelters and multiday routes for backcountry adventurers.

Ask a Local
Travel and adventure writer Rob Story has skied in 13 countries on six continents and at 75 North American resorts. When he left his longtime post as senior editor at Powder magazine in 1998, he knew exactly where he wanted to move—Telluride. He is the author of Telluride Storys. Here are his recommendations.

Best Digs
Budget: There’s not much to Mountainside Inn, but it’s ski-in, ski-out.
Swank: The Peaks Resort has a great après deck and spa.

Best Eats
Cheap: Oak, the barbeque place in town at the base of the gondola
Gourmet: La Marmotte is a great French restaurant in the town's old icehouse.

Best After-Ski Party Spot
The Historic Bar at the Sheridan is the oldest in town.

Best Rest-Day Activity
Walk north up Aspen Street. When it turns to a dirt trailhead, keep going straight up to beautiful Cornet Falls, a 80-foot waterfall in a small red rock canyon.

Telluride’s Classic Ski Run
Plunge, because on the steep parts you can look through your tips at our tidy, cute, historic town.

Largest Concentration of 14ers...

Telluride. Some say it was named for Tellurium, a gold-bearing ore. Others call it "To Hell You Ride," emphasizing the boisterousness of the 1880's mining town. Settled in the 1870s as a gold and silver mining camp, Telluride was incorporated in 1878. In 1964 it was deemed a National Historic District.

Telluride is the perfect blend of pure mountain splendor, historic charm, world-class skiing, and unsurpassable beauty.

Surrounded by the largest concentration of 14,000-foot mountains in North America, there's nothing quite like the small town of Telluride. This translates into virtually nonexistent lift lines, and slopes all to yourself: steep ones, easy ones, long ones- a mountain for the whole family.

With the closest traffic light a good 65 miles away and a permanent population of 1,600, it is easy to find your way around Telluride.

Eighty-five percent of all accommodations are liftside or within walking distance of the gondola's Station Telluride or the Coonskin and Oak Street chairlifts.

The Mountain Village lies over the ridge from Telluride, accessible by skis or snowboard via the ski mountain, or by a 12-minute gondola ride from Station Telluride to Station Mountain Village. Combining European-alpine design with the rustic traditions of the Rockies, the Mountain Village boasts a number of restaurants, shops, boutiques, hotels and unmatched views.

Use our search tools and Telluride lodging map to find hotel deals in Colorado.  We offer convenient online booking and phone reservations 24/7.  We have the lowest rates guaranteed in Telluride on luxury resorts, vacation home rentals, cheap hotels, and nice condos.  Call for reservations or book today using our easy-to-use web reservation system.

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Colorado boasts 300 days of sunshine and more than 400 inches of snow a year. That’s approximately 200 days and 400 inches more than other places in the world. The mountains are home to visitors and locals alike, and we love it when people from across the country and abroad come and share the wealth of enjoyment that these mountains afford.

Given the choice of ski resorts across the world to choose from, why Colorado? We’re glad you asked. With 29,758 acres of skiing, 217 lifts and 1,812 trails at 21 resorts, it’s understandable why our state is the top choice for skiers and snowboarders. In recent years, Colorado resorts recorded 12.6 million skier visits. That number accounts for more than 20 percent of all skier visits nationwide, not bad considering 37 different states host at least one ski resort.

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