Telluride is known for world-class alpine skiing

Telluride is tucked away in a box-shaped canyon surrounded by peaks as high as 13,000 and 14,000 feet, and only eight blocks in width and twelve long blocks. Having had a significant role in the history of West American countries, Telluride was appointed as the National Historic Landmark District in 1964. The Victorian-era houses are colourful, and a board-walled showcase and many historic buildings are now mixed with boutique buildings, art galleries, gourmet restaurants and other buildings. Perched atop Telluride at a height of 9,500 feet, Mountain Village complements this historic mining town with European-style architecture with modern amenities ranging from ski-in/ski-out hotels and views of the surrounding peaks . Telluride and Mountain Village are connected by a 13-minute ride on the free gondola, which is the first and only free public transportation system in North America.

Telluride was ranked as the # 1 Ski Resort in North America by the Condé Nast Traveller Reader, Telluride Ski Resort has an unsteep slope and no lift line with incredible terrain for all levels and abilities. Beginners here can get a spectacular view of the mountain while climbing a green groomer, an intermediary carve out the middle of the mountain and advanced skiers enjoy some of the country's most famous slopes, along with experience The interior is serviced by an elevator. With a hike-to-terrain. When it comes to taking a break from the turns of the carvings, the destination also serves everything from snowshoes and Nordic skiing to sledding and a fat bike tour.

When the temperature starts to warms up, try asking the locals on the gondola and they will let you know that they arrive at Telluride for skiing and staying during the summer. There is no place like Telluride in the summer-children float down the San Miguel River through the city with inner tires, cyclists and pedestrians confront in all directions, locals and visitors alike wander to the gallery and Shop or park themselves on the benches along the Main road to witness the hustle and bustle of daily activities passed. And on top of it all, the stunning blue skies and peaks are unparalleled framing every view from the city centre and the mountain village.

Telluride has long been famous for its summer festivals, but the iconic festivals of music and movies are just the beginning of many events offered throughout the year. From the fans who made their annual pilgrimage to Bluegrdie or Telluride Film Festival, to the visitors who visited one of our lesser known events, Telluride never disappoints. With a calendar full of festivals and events every weekend during the summer months, the destination holds an empty Festival for a free week of events.