Town of Telluride

Step back in time, but keep the modern amenities.

You’ve stumbled upon a true hidden gem when you choose to stay in the town of Telluride. A former silver mining camp, you’ll think you’ve struck gold when you rent in the town proper. And the jaw-dropping begins before you even arrive, as the magnificent views of the mountain range will take your breath away as you approach. Once you’ve arrived, you’ll quickly notice the overwhelming positive attitude and undeniable soul of this close-knit community. And you’ll be glad you chose to be a part of it. Learn More

Neighborhood
Town of Telluride
Powder Daze at Cornet Creek
Your winter wonderland
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $240 to $799

  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1400 FT2
  • condo
  • 1

4 Bedrooms

  • Master Bedroom #1
  • Guest Bedroom #2
  • Bunk Bedroom
  • Guest Bedroom #3 Guest Bedroom #3
Sunshine Home
The world does revolve around you
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $900 to $1199

  • Sleeps 10
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 6 Bathrooms
  • 4250 FT2
  • house
  • 2

5 Bedrooms

  • Master Bedroom #1
  • Guest Bedroom #2
  • Guest Bedroom #3
  • Guest Bedroom #4 Guest Bedroom #4
  • Guest Bedroom #5 Guest Bedroom #5 Guest Bedroom #5
In-Town Sophisticate at Element 52
Enjoy ski in/ski out luxury in a central, Town of Telluride location
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $359 to $999

  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1905 FT2
  • condo
  • 1

2 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area

  • Master Bedroom
  • Guest Bedroom 2
  • Living Room
Cimarron Sightlines
The slopes aren’t just visible, they’re in your backyard
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $249 to $649

  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1100 FT2
  • condo
  • 1

2 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area

  • Master Bedroom 1
  • Guest Bedroom 2
  • Living Room
Riverside at The Viking
Rule the slopes
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $280 to $699

  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1035 FT2
  • condo
  • 1

2 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area

  • Master Bedroom #1
  • Guest Bedroom #2
  • Living Room
Cimarron Peaks
Slopeside views off the front porch
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $200 to $499

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1020 FT2
  • condo
  • 1

2 Bedrooms

  • Master Bedroom #1
  • Guest Bedroom #2
The Historic Thompson House
Steeped in Telluride history, lush with modern comforts.
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $795 to $1999

  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • 2800 FT2
  • house
  • 4

4 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area

  • Master Bedroom #1
  • Guest Bedroom #2
  • Guest Bedroom #3
  • Guest Bedroom 4
  • Living Area
Neighborhood
River Club
The River Club 2BR Residence
Skiing. Golfing. Or just lounging. Kick back at The River Club.
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $299 to $929

  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1200 FT2
  • condo
  • 1

2 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area

  • Master Suite
  • Master Bedroom #2
  • Living Area
The River Club 3BR Residence
Skiing. Golfing. Or just lounging. Kick back at The River Club.
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $499 to $999

  • Sleeps 8
  • 3 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 2000 FT2
  • condo
  • 1

3 Bedrooms + 1 Sleeping Area

  • Master Suite
  • Master Bedroom #2
  • Guest Bedroom #3
  • Living Area
Travel Guides ~ Town of Telluride
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Complete Guide to Telluride

This tiny town is known for big mountains and large music festivals. But what many may not know is that it’s the maverick, wild-west attitude of the folks in town that makes Telluride so special. And why people always come back for more.
...Prepare to travel back in time to a simpler place…but of course you’ll have an all-access pass to today’s contemporary comforts and state-of-the-art luxuries that are sure to push your vacation over the top. (see less)
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Best Family Ski Resorts in Colorado
With five of the top 10 best ski resorts in the country, according to Forbes magazine, Colorado is a powder hound’s paradise. Shredder heaven. In fact, the Centennial state has more than 25 marvelously skiable mountains, making it a challenge ...for parents to choose the best fit for a family ski vacation. Does one choose a resort by location, terrain, lift ticket prices or ski school? What about a resort’s amenities, like day cares, additional activities and kid-friendly dining? It’s enough to boggle the mind. So let’s break this down. (see less)
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Uber Expands to Colorado Mountain Towns
Uber, the popular ride-sharing service, which has operated in Colorado’s larger cities since 2013, has recently expanded Learn More. into the counties that include the state’s most beloved ski resorts. Powderhounds in Breckenridge, ...Keystone, Copper Mountain, Vail, Aspen/Snowmass and Steamboat Springs can now use their Uber app to hail a driver to whisk them to and from the slopes, a cozy apres ski venue or to safely enjoy the area’s nightlife. Uber is an excellent choice for people who take a shuttle from the airport to their resort town and would like an easy way to get around, as well as for people who don’t like driving in snow and ice, or at night. Mountain town drivers live in the area and know how to get from point A to point B without any trouble. (see less)

Travel News ~ Town of Telluride
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Telluride: Southwestern Colorado's Modern Playground
November 11, 2016 Many resorts brag about how their town is a state of mind, not a place; Telluride seems to have taken that concept to heart. By want of its location, it really couldn’t be any other way. It’s certainly one of the most remote among ...Colorado’s major ski resorts, located in the state’s southwestern corner 65 miles from Montrose, the nearest major airport with commercial service (although limited flights into Telluride’s own lofty airstrip will resume this winter). It’s well over 300 miles from Denver. The town itself is located in a box canyon, a narrow cul-de-sac with a flat valley floor and thousand-foot high walls on three sides. Bridal Veil Falls – a scenic attraction in summer and one of the nation’s most difficult multi-pitch ice climbs in winter – is at the head of the valley. Free cross-country ski trails traverse the valley floor, making a pleasant alternative to downhill skiing for an afternoon. (see less)
Comment Telluride is a wealthy town, but a very humble one as well. How can you not be, when you're surrounded by breathtaking, massive mountain ranges on all ...sides? (see less)
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36 Hours in Telluride, Colorado
October 28, 2016 There are steeper ski resorts than Telluride. There are ski resorts that get more snow. But few places are more friendly and prettier than this town at the end of a box canyon in the tall San Juan Mountains, a place so cinematic that Quentin ...Tarantino was here last winter filming his forthcoming western, “The Hateful Eight.” Beauty and great skiing keep pulling the money here, and that keeps refreshing the scene. But it’s the people who make this place interesting — a quirky stew of Patagonia-clad men who look as if they came straight from base camp; flushed women direct from their 10-mile runs; still others reciting poetry in bordello-wear at a Colorado Avenue bar; and gray-ponytailed hippies who play “Sugar Magnolia” so often you’d think Jerry Garcia never went to that great jam fest in the sky. Telluride isn’t just a ski area; it’s a way of life. (see less)
Comment This is an amazing short re-cap of what Telluride has to offer.  But let me say after a few hours you'll realize you want a few more days or weeks in the is incredibly gorgeous mountain oasis. From outdoor sports to amazing dining and ...nightlife Telluride really is a hidden gem.  (see less)
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Colorado ghost towns: See the remnants of the Tomboy Mining Camp near Telluride
October 28, 2016 In the late 1800s and early 1900s, the town of Tomboy was booming 3,000 feet above Telluride. At one point, some 2,000 people lived and worked in this high mountain valley, braving deep snow to live in this boom town. While the town shut down in the ...late 1920s, there are still remnants to be seen. It's just a 5-mile hike, or drive, up a shelf road from Telluride. About half way up the road, you'll pass through this tunnel that's been used by horses, wagons and vehicles for more than 130 years. (see less)
Comment As a Colorado transplant, there really is nothing cooler than driving up a dirt road into the mountains and discovering little nuggets of history in these amazing old ghost towns. Adults can act like kids and kids can be kids as you explore these ...amazing time capsules in the picturesque mountains around Telluride.   (see less)

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