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
River Club
The River Club 2BR Residence
Skiing. Golfing. Or just lounging. Kick back at The River Club.
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $279 to $999

  • 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

~ $449 to $1199

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

~ $240 to $3993

  • 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
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
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
In-Town Sophisticate at Element 52
Enjoy ski in/ski out luxury in a central, Town of Telluride location
AVERAGE PRICE PER NIGHT

~ $299 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
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
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
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
Travel Guides ~ Town of Telluride
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The Ultimate Guide to Telluride Hiking
When someone mentions beautiful Telluride, probably the first thing that comes to mind is the mountain’s brilliantly unique skiing trails. But did you know that in the warmer months, hiking in Telluride is almost as popular? It’s true. ...Once the snow melts, a whole new world opens up for wilderness lovers of all hiking levels. And you won’t find truer terrain in which to explore all of Mother Nature’s hidden gems, no matter your age, size or fitness level. Just head for these hills. (see less)
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Spring Skiing in Colorado
With 28 world-class resorts, Colorado is arguably the epicenter of North American ski culture. And spring is quite possibly the best time of year to ski these majestic mountains. The high elevation often brings “blue bird” conditions in ...the months of March and April. Complete with sunny, blue skies that make spring skiing so enjoyable – it’s a unique treat that Coloradans cherish. The best part? You typically don’t have to sacrifice excellent snow conditions to enjoy the milder weather. March and April are often the heaviest months for Colorado snowfall, so you’re equally likely to be cruising through fresh powder as you are to be getting a suntan. Now how’s that for a two-for-one? (see less)
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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)

Travel News ~ Town of Telluride
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A Travel Guide to Telluride, Where There's More Snow Than in New York Right Now
February 13, 2017 As you make the drive from the airport in Montrose, Colorado into Telluride, you pass the remains of old mining operations and wind through the striking San Miguel Mountains. The anticipation continues to build until finally, you drive into the box ...canyon where Telluride (which was originally named Columbia when it was founded back in 1878) sits. (see less)
Comment Telluride, Colorado absolutely offers the perfect escape for anyone. This article also outlines the rich history and culture of the town, as well as some "insider tips" for planning a stay ...there. (see less)
Teleski
Teleski Presents Proposed Development Plan
November 20, 2016 Family-friendly mountain bike trails, an aerial adventure park and canopy tours are at the top of the list for projects planned at the Telluride Ski Resort in the coming years. These additions were just some of what was highlighted in the proposed ...master development plan that was presented by Jeff Proteau, vice president of mountain operations for the resort, and CEO Bill Jensen at Wednesday’s San Miguel County Commission meeting. The last time Telski released a master development plan was in 1999. Proteau said increasing summer offerings was high on the list of improvements. He pointed out the lack of mountain bike trails for different skill levels and said the plan would address that need. “A goal is to provide trails that are family oriented. We don’t really have any beginner trails up there,” he said. New trails also would be constructed as “flow trails” — a term used for trails constructed specifically for mountain biking, with added features that provide variety to the trail. (see less)
Comment Telluride is always looking for ways to become more family-friendly, and adding new bike paths that can accomplish that will certainly help them to stand out even ...more. (see less)
Off season
Off-Season Upon Us
April 17, 2017 Students are on spring break. Families are taking exotic vacations. Telluride Ski Area is now closed. Most restaurants and many retail shops are temporarily shuttered, some for a few weeks, some for as long as two ...months. (see less)
Comment It's officially off-season in Telluride, and one of our favorite times of the year to visit. Don't underestimate just how different the area can be without swarms of ...tourists. (see less)

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