Founded in 1878, Telluride has a history as colorful as the Victorian homes that line its streets. Originally named Columbia, the fledgling town changed its name in 1887. Telluride started to earn its own place on the map as a budding mining town, and eventually a prime ski and mountain destination.
Telluride is one of the most accessible resort destinations in Colorado.
Breckenridge Resort is 6 hours, 40 minutes from the Denver International Airport, or a quick 20 minute drive from Telluride Regional
Airport near Vail Colorado.
Telluride Trail Map
Other Quick Facts
Known as the resort for "Unhassled Mountain Experience"
Voted Best Ski Resort in America by Conde Nast in 2012, 2013, and 2014.
Home to the only free gondola public transportation system in North America, connecting Telluride with Mountain Village.
Located by Bridal Veil Falls, the tallest waterfall in Colorado at 365 feet.
There are no chain restaurants or shops in Telluride--a local favorite!
Telluride has no stop lights, even though it's home to the world's first AC power plant.
Rated by Conde Nast Readers in the Top 20 "American's Best Cities for Foodies".
Home to the highest commercial airport in North America at 9,078 feet.
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