"Unmatched in North America," the Telluride Ski Resort offers a comfortable mountain experience for all levels of skiers thanks to a mix of quality terrain. From beginner and expert groomed runs to challenging bump runs, every skier will enjoy their experience. Notably, beginners and intermediate skiers and snowboarders can ride to the highest peaks and enjoy terrain and views customarily reserved for the experts.

However, those who do not ski (or just need a day off) don't have to miss out on the beauty and excitement that Telluride has to offer! Click the links below for information on other winter outdoor recreational opportunities, courtesy of Telluride.com:

Nordic Skiing

Ice Skating

Telluride Sleigh Rides and Wagons

Sleigh Rides

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Telluride’s Hagen Kearney charged into World Cup snowboarding history in Austria this week.

Kearney, a longtime rider with the Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club, reached the pinnacle of snowboard cross racing when he won the opening World Cup event of the season in Montafon, Austria.

His perseverant path to the top of the podium included a dramatic re-run in the final heat in the elimination-style, side-by-side snowboard racing format.

“Crossing … the finish line was a blur, but I do remember thinking, ‘Finally,’” Kearney said of his first World Cup victory. “It really was a relief to know what it’s like to win a World Cup … it felt…

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Colorado Flights Alliance has announced year-round flights from Dallas to Montrose (just over an hour from Telluride), which will include off seasons. 

“This is another step forward for the growth of the airport, which is the largest economic driver in the region,” Montrose County Commissioner David White said in the news release. “A year-round DFW flight is yet another example of the county’s successful partnership with the Colorado Flights Alliance and its diligent work.”

View more information in the Telluride Daily Planet article below.


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