To get a true Rocky Mountain winter experience, you must escape to the back-country. Fat-tire biking and cross-country skiing are two excellent ways to explore Telluride’s beautiful backcountry where the snow is pure and nature is untouched. With our new and exclusive ‘Skinny Skis & Fat Tires’ package, The Hotel Telluride is partnering with San […]
The infamous Farmers’ Almanac released their winter outlook at the end of August, and it paints a cold and wet picture for much of the nation. Colorado is included in an area marked frigid and snowy. The Farmers’ Almanac is predicting the coldest outbreak of the season should arrive sometime during the final week of […]
The writer, Michael Capoblanco, gives a first-hand account of his experience with the Hotel Telluride’s “Two Picks and a Prayer” Ice Climbing Adventure Package. He tells about the team’s arrival at the base of Lower Ames Falls where they received training on the ice climbing technique, and then makes his climb.
The writer, Tiona Eversole, shares a first-hand account of her trip up Wilson Peak: the mountain on the cover of the Coors can. Her hike began before sunrise, and up the Rock of Ages trail. And, the trip culminates with a cold beer in the lobby of Hotel Telluride!
From Majestic Eagles to Migrating Hummingbirds, this Exclusive Bird Watching Package with Birding Expert Eric Hynes is Available June 1 – December 20, 2019. Nothing quite captures the essence of an area than the birds that inhabit it. For “twitchers” (hard-core birders) or novice bird watchers, this package invites guests to experience the beauty of […]
Standing 365 feet tall in Telluride, Bridal Veil Falls is Colorado’s tallest free-falling waterfall, and one of the most classic and difficult ice climbs in North America. However, for those who have never ice climbed, Telluride is surrounded by easily accessible routes and climbs for all levels and abilities. We’re partnering with San Juan Outdoor […]
In the 1800’s, the cry of “Gold!” or “Silver!” lured thousands of prospectors to the West in hopes of striking rich. As a result, Colorado is full of mining ghost towns. Telluride itself is a former silver mining camp with a rich history and is surrounded by a number of mining ghost towns. Autumn is […]
Planning a trip to Telluride for a few days to enjoy the skiing? Receive special discounts when you stay for 3 or more nights! A free breakfast, and discounted Lift Tickets are also included in this special package! 3-5 Night Stay = 10% off. 6-10 Night Stay = 15% Off. Package is built for 2 […]
Term to Know: Via Ferrata—Italian for “Iron Road,” it’s a system of fixed rungs. steps and ladders anchored into a rock face that lets non-mountaineers experience the adrenaline-soaked vertical rush of rock climbing with none- or little, anyway – of the danger to life and limb. It’s all the rage in high elevation vacationing. Stay […]
With festivals going on almost every weekend in the summer and skiers visiting continuously throughout the winter, Telluride remains busy most of the year. Stay at the Hotel Telluride, slightly tucked away from the main road, where wooden interior and rustic décor reflects the surrounding vibe. Take a short walk over to The Butcher and […]