ROPES & RUNGS ADVENTURE PACKAGE

In a state known for adventures in vertical terrain, Colorado is home to Telluride which sits at 8,750-feet in the southwestern portion of the state. This summer, two Rocky Mountain adventures make the vertical possible in one ‘Ropes & Rungs’ experience. This package invites guests to experience the beauty of Telluride’s vertical realm with a guided Via Ferrata climb on an exposed ladder and cable system (the only Via Ferrata in Colorado) and explore the vertical territory of Ophir Valley with a full day of guided rock-climbing. This package is exclusive to The Hotel Telluride, and is available June 1 – Sept. 30, 2021.

 

For the ‘Ropes’ part of the package, this beautiful and austere rock canyon, specifically the Ophir Wall, is the ideal setting to learn and/or enhance rock climbing skills. This rock climbing experience is designed for all ages and abilities.

 

For the ‘Rungs’ portion of the package, join us on the Via Ferrata mountain climbing route consisting of fixed rungs, steps and ladders anchored to the rock face. No climbing experience is necessary (but fear of heights is not recommended).

 

The Hotel Telluride’s ‘Ropes & Rungs’ package includes:

  • Three-night stay in a Signature King or Double room

  • Two full adventure days
  • Daily breakfast for two

  • Two Hotel Telluride Water Bottles

  • Includes equipment, transportation, lunch, and guide

  • Lunch is ordered by SJOA the day before

  • 10% off Best Available Rate

The Hotel Telluride’s Ropes & Rungs’ package starts from $1,930.00 (based on double occupancy) is available from June 1 – September 30, 2021

Each day is a full day: usually, 9 am – 3 pm but may vary due to weather conditions.

Call to Book:
(866) 468-3501 or (970) 369-1188

Disclaimer: Based on double occupancy. Components of package must be used within one (1) continuous stay. Must be booked at least 14 days in advance. Additional days may be added to package upon availability and best available rate. Blackout dates apply and weather always serves as a variable.