Spyder Ambassadors Justin and Travis reflect on their multi-day “Climb with Coors Event,” an annual adventure up Wilson Peak. The authors had never climbed a 14er before, and raved about the hospitality, the town, the brews, and the hike. Be sure to read up on their incredible weekend!
Here’s a new spin on a favorite, romantic, classic activity: a winter picnic, coordinated by The Hotel Telluride. Snowshoe up to the High Camp Hut, in the stunning San Juan Mountains, and regroup with a gourmet picnic lunch. This new package includes three nights in a “elite view room,” breakfast, wine pairing and apps, two […]
Are you ready for some Springtime fun? Travel reporter Valarie D’Elia has some Spring Break Travel Options to share, and Hotel Telluride is the very first one on her list!
This winter, Hotel Telluride is offering Master of the Mountain package. Powder hounds receive the luxe treatment with a three- night stay in one of the hotel’s suites, hot breakfast every morning, a one-day Telluride Ski Mountain pass with private guide, a semi-private heli-skiing tour, a 90-minute custom spa treatment, a private dining experience, and […]
The Hotel Telluride, a boutique chalet in Colorado’s San Juan Mountains, offers a rather spectacular line-up of winter packages. There’s the “Winter Picnic on The High Camp Hut” ($2,377), a privately-guided snow- shoe adventure culminating in a gourmet lunch at the hotel’s very own high camp hut, located 11,000 feet up the mountain.
Be the first of your friends to try the new craze—fat tire biking in winter—as Hotel Telluride offers their Snow Bike & Brewery package, a three-night stay that includes a private, guided fat tire adventure to the Telluride Brewing Company and local distillery, and a five-course dinner at the hotel. Package starts at $1,550, thehoteltelluride.com
For skiers who take the sport—and the precious time they spend doing it—seriously, heli-skiing can be the ultimate worthwhile indulgence. You can forget about endless lift lines, “death cookies” and crowded slopes, focusing instead on the blissful task at hand: barreling down a vertical-drop Shangri-La of untouched snow.
Adventure can mean various things, depending on who you ask. Maybe you’re a height seeker who enjoys jumping out of planes or maybe exploring a new hiking trail does it for you. Perhaps a milder adventure is more your style; taste testing foreign foods and exploring unique shops.