Telluride Ski Resort is stashed among North America’s largest concentration of 13,000 and 14,000 foot peaks, providing some of the most stunning views the Rocky Mountains have to offer. Telluride’s secluded location means that lift lines are typically short and trails are uncrowded—often to the point that it seems you are skiing your own private mountain.
Telluride averages more than 275 inches of snow annually, and with 300 days of sunshine every year, the odds are good that you’ll experience exceptional conditions most any time of the season. Spread across an impressive 2,000 acres, Telluride Ski Resort features a wide selection of winding trails, dramatic chutes, and powdery bowls, offering diverse challenges and to all skiers and snowboarders. The unique layout of the mountains also means that novice to intermediate riders can ride to the tallest peaks and enjoy high-mountain vistas usually reserved for experts.
The town of Telluride is nestled in a box canyon surrounded by peaks on 3 sides. Once a mining town, now filled with Victorian-era homes, boutiques, galleries, clapboard storefronts and gourmet restaurants its a small mountain town at its best.
Mountain Village is a European-style, pedestrian-friendly village with a large variety of lodging options. Families will love the mountain village and its easy ski in and out access to most of the condos there. Founded in 1987, Mountain Village is a modern mountain village embracing green practices and providing luxury and elegance.
Despite its remote locale in Colorado’s southwest San Juan mountain range, Telluride is quite accessible thanks to the Telluride Regional Airport or Montrose Regional Airport (MJT), which is a 90 minute drive to the resort.