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Telluride in Colorado is one of the prettiest American resorts you’ll ever see. In the gold rush days of the 1880’s this town was alive with bordellos, saloons and gambling halls. Today you will find a beautifully preserved mountain resort with picturesque Victorian architecture and an array of stylish bars, restaurants and shops.

Telluride’s slopes and lifts remain uncrowded throughout the season – so you can really enjoy your ski vacation. In fact, the mountain is so uncrowded that you’ll often feel like you are on your own private ski slope. Averaging more than 280 inches of snow and 240 days of sunshine each year, odds are you’ll find fantastic conditions on Telluride’s 2,000+ skiable acres.

Telluride Ski Resort offers an unmatched mountain experience for all levels of skiers and snowboarders thanks to some of the most spectacular terrain and scenery in North America. From refined groomed runs to big mountain areas, there truly is something for everyone. Beginner and intermediate skiers and snowboarders can ride to the highest peaks and enjoy terrain and views typically reserved for the experts.

Experience a wide variety of different cuisines on the mountain, in Mountain Village or down in the town of Telluride. There are six on-mountain casual and fine dining options to choose from, followed by many other dining and apres options off mountain.

Mountain Terrain:

Beginner

19%

Intermediate

43%

Advanced

38%

Skiing Hours:
9.00 am – 4.00 pm

Summit Elevation:

4,008 m (13,150 ft)

Vertical Drop:

1,349 m (4,425 feet)

Skiable Area:

2,000+ acres

Average Snowfall:

711 cm

Snowboarders:

Snowboarder Friendly

Lift Information:

  • 2 High-speed gondolas
  • 5 high-speed quads
  • 1 fixed quad
  • 2 triples
  • 2 doubles
  • 2 surface lifts
  • 3 magic carpets

Trails:

148 runs. Longest run: 4.6 miles (7.4km) “Galloping Goose”

Notes:

Telluride Terrain Parks contain a total of 100 features. 3 main terrain parks suited for all abilities. 

Photo courtesy of Telluride. Photo credit: Ryan Bonneau and Kiera Skinner