Telluride Ski Resort

Overview

Located in a remote, gorgeous location, Telluride Ski Resort's improbable existence is a testament to its desirability, attracting non-stop flights from nine U.S. cities and the enviable status as host of the Visa LG Snowboardcross World Cup three consecutive times. Two thousand acres of skiable land include 120 runs accessible by 12 chairlifts, two Magic Carpets, two gondolas, and two surface lifts. Three new skiing areas have opened since the year 2000 (Prospect Bowl, Black Iron Bowl, Revelation Bowl), greatly increasing Telluride's overall skiable land.

Information

Telluride Ski & Snowboard School offers world-class instruction to skiers and snowboarders of all ages and experience levels. Eco Adventures takes guests on extensive trips through the beautiful wilds in and around the resort, accompanied by naturalists to answer questions and enlighten minds. Snowshoeing and snowbiking are two unique ways to experience the powder-coated resort grounds.

Price range

Lift Ticket, Season Pass, and Multi-Day Pass rates and purchasing can be found here.

Best time to visit

All winter long, Telluride has much to offer, but one specific event, Backcountry Weekend (offered mid- to late-March) teaches adventurous types how to feel capable and confident going "off trail" and getting back to familiar places safely.

Near by POI

Bridal Veil Falls, a 365-foot waterfall, leaps double-pronged over the lip of a box canyon overlooking Telluride. Southern Colorado's San Juan Range is where the Hardrock Hundred Mile Endurance Run, a 100-mile ultramarathon, takes place in mid-summer.

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