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Recognized as one of North America’s top ski areas by both Skiing and SKI magazines, Telluride Ski Resort is a premier ski and snowboard destination visited by travelers the world over. The legendary terrain is revered and some of the best Colorado has to offer, and provides both novice and experienced skiers with challenging slopes and stunning alpine vistas. Additionally, Telluride’s terrain parks and 18-foot superpipe allow visitors to test the limits of their ability.
Beyond the resort, guests of Telluride will find acres of wild backcountry to play in. Enlist the help of a guide to get an up-close look at natural habitats and scenic snow-covered mountainside as you traverse the terrain on cross-country skis or snowshoes. Or soar to remote peaks and isolated stretches of fluffy white powder in helicopter skiing tour with Telluride Helitrax.
Whether you’re an intrepid thrill-seeker or you’re just interested in a relaxed trip through inspiring mountainside forests, Telluride has exactly what you are looking for. Here are a few useful resources to help you plan your next adventure.
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This varied terrain of Telluride makes for a one-of-a-kind mountain experience for novice skiers and seasoned explorers alike. Lush alpine mountainside and glistening glades are the perfect backdrop for cross-country adventurers looking for a unique way to see the landscape. Six Nordic ski areas groom and maintain miles of track perfect for classic and skate-style skiing.
Consisting of five backcountry ski huts, the San Juan Hut System connects Telluride to Ridgeway and Ouray. The ski route follows along the Alder Creek and Dallas Trails in the San Juan Mountains. Skiers can access individual huts, or a more advanced expedition they can travel across more challenging terrain from hut to hut.
This is Telluride’s ultimate backcountry adventure. Soar over the majestic Rocky Mountains to undisturbed peaks and miles of pristine white powder. Guided tours by helicopter or snowcat help you find an unforgettable challenge and let you enjoy the solitude of this high-altitude playground.
Dog sledding is a unique and thrilling way to traverse Telluride’s vast backcountry. An excited team of dogs can power you through the landscape and help you explore the snow-covered trails of the San Juan Mountains. Come along for a ride or let an experience instructor help you take the reins and learn the basics of mushing.