Duration/Dates2 - 7 Nights (or more)
Scenic beauty, character and charm, legendary terrain, and lack of crowds… It’s a long list, and the simple fact is, you’ll never forget your first time in Telluride and it will certainly not be your last!
Forty-five minutes from the nearest stoplight, at the end of a towering canyon sits Telluride, Colorado at an elevation of 8,750′. Telluride is a national landmark surrounded by the highest concentration of 13,000’ – 14,000’ peaks in the United States. Above the historic mining town of Telluride is a modern mountain village, connected by a free pedestrian gondola, the only one of its kind in North America.
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While the ski terrain is world-renowned, the resort is truly defined by a collection of unique, intimate, and unmatched elements. From the exclusivity of the Tempter House to the luxurious cuisine and fine wines of Allred’s and Alpino Vino, you’ll find these experiences are as one-of-a-kind as the San Juan Mountains that surround them.
Unlike any other resort in North America, Telluride’s location and size allow guests to revel in a peaceful atmosphere, where lift lines are nearly non-existent, and the people are genuinely friendly. Whether you are an experienced skier, or a first timer, Endless Turns can organize the perfect Telluride vacation for you!
Developed in 1985, the Telluride Resort mountain village sits at 9,545′ in elevation. Telluride is an intimate, pedestrian-friendly enclave with a variety of lodging options, boutiques, and restaurants. Home to the Telluride Conference Center and popular hotels (including The Peaks Resort, Lumiere, Hotel Madeline), this European-style alpine village is consistently rated one of the most beautiful in the world.
Mention Telluride and those who know this authentic mountain gem smile in appreciation of its sheer beauty and charm.
- Double 2
- Triple 2
- Quad 1
- High-Speed Quad 6
- Gondola 4
- Surface 1
- Base Elevation 8,750 ft/2,667 m
- Peak Elevation 12,570 ft/3,831 m
- Vertical Drop with Hiking 4,425 ft/1,349 m
- Lift-Serviced Vertical Drop 3,845 ft/1,172 m
- Annual Snowfall
- Average 309 inches (785 cms)
- Skiable Acres 2,000+
- Beginner 21%
- Intermediate 32%
- Advanced 47%
- Designated Runs
- Off-Piste & Backcountry
- Yes, there are numerous inbounds hike-to terrain and backcountry skiing possibilities.
- Heli Skiing
- Skiing Snowboarding
- Terrain Park
- Telluride's breathtaking scenery and historic charm make it the perfect ski destination. Staying in town provides easy ski access, while enjoying great restaurants, shops, and vibrant nightlife.