Summer Activities

Mountain Village Bike Park

The Mountain Village Bike Park features free intermediate and expert downhill mountain biking trails with berms, jumps, drops, rock gardens, table tops and fall lines.

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Accessed via Telluride’s free Gondola at Station St. Sophia, the Mountain Village Bike Park features intermediate and expert downhill mountain biking trails with berms, jumps, drops, rock gardens, table tops and fall lines.  The trails traverse through glades and forest on the Telluride Ski Resort into the town of Mountain Village.

Hours

Open daily from 7 AM until sunset, weather permitting, from mid-June to mid-October.

Trails

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Trail Name & Description Difficulty Length
No-Brainer Trail Moderate slopes featuring a smooth, rolling and curvy trail. Runs from the top of the Bike Park at Station St. Sophia, to the bottom at the Mountain Village Core. Difficult: Expect a 24-inch wide trail, moderate slopes, and unavoidable obstacles less than six inches tall consisting of gravel, rocks and roots. Avoidable obstacles present. 1.5 miles
T-Bone Trail Moderate slopes with weaving turns through the trees. Forks off from the No-Brainer Trail and reconnects after 0.3 miles. More Difficult: Expect a 12-inch wide trail, moderate slopes and unavoidable obstacles less than six inches tall consisting of gravel, rocks and roots. Avoidable obstacles up to 24 inches tall present. 0.3 miles
Cocoa Loco Trail Steep slopes featuring tight tree lines and several wooden features. Forks off the T-Bone Trail, reconnecting after 0.1 miles. Advanced: Expect a 12-inch wide trail, steep slopes and unavoidable obstacles up to 12 inches tall. Avoidable man-made features up to 30 inches tall present. 0.1 miles
Gold Rush Trail Steep slopes with multiple trail routes that feature small jumps, drops and rock gardens as you weave through aspen groves. Forks off the No-Brainer Trail 0.3 miles from the Bike Park entrance. Most Difficult: Expect a 12-inch wide trail, steep slopes, and unavoidable obstacles less than 24 inches tall consisting of roots, stumps, rocks and loose gravel. Avoidable obstacles up to 36 inches tall present. 0.75 miles
Pan-Coaster Trail Steep slopes featuring berms and jumps flowing in and out of trees. Begins at the road gap adjacent to the World Cup Trail. Most Difficult: Expect a 12-inch wide trail, steep slopes, and unavoidable obstacles less than 24 inches tall consisting of roots, stumps, rocks and loose gravel. Avoidable obstacles up to 36 inches tall present. 0.5 miles
World Cup Trail Very steep slopes. Forks off the Gold Rush Trail 0.4 miles from the Bike Park entrance. Expert Only: Expect a 12-inch or less wide trail, very steep slopes, and unavoidable obstacles of up to 10 feet tall consisting of log jams, steep drops, jumps and berms. 0.75 miles

Accessing the Bike Park

The Mountain Village Bike Park can be accessed from the town of Telluride gondola at Station Telluride, or from Mountain Village.  Gondola cabins are fully equipped with bike racks.

Park Rules

  • Before accessing the trails, all riders must complete a liability waiver at the mountain biking station located outside of Station St. Sophia at the top of the Gondola.
  • Riders must stay on trails
  • Read and obey all trail signage
  • Dogs are not permitted within the Bike Park.
  • Hikers are not permitted within the Bike Park.

 

 

Mountain Biking

Mountain biking rentals, guided tours, clinics and general mountain biking information for the Telluride area.

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Telluride is surrounded by an extensive network of single track bike trails and old mining roads great for every skill level from beginners to the most advanced riders. Push the limits on one of Telluride’s classic single track trails, or take a scenic ride on Telluride’s valley floor alongside the San Miguel River. Telluride is the perfect place to rent a bike and explore the mountains or join an experienced guide on a personal tour catered to your skill level and interests.

Mountain Biking in Mountain Village

During the summer season, the free gondola is equiped with bike racks, and provides access to the Mountain Village Bike Park, as well as a network of free trails within the Telluride Ski Resort boundary.

Mountain Village Hiking & Biking Map

Mountain Village Bike Park Map

 


Half day guided tour & skill clinic

Ride from Lizard Head Pass (10,222ft) on the Galloping Goose Trail down historic railroad grade and progress from fire road to singletrack during this 14 mile ride.  Enjoy multiple photo opportunities along the trail.  This is the perfect ride for the novice to advanced level mountain biker.

Call (970) 728-7433 to book your adventure over the phone.


Full and half day backcountry tours

These rides are a fantastic introduction to the Telluride area single track for more experienced riders and will be tailored to the individuals' skills and fitness levels. Options include lung busting climbs, expansive wildflower meadows, enchanting vistas and spectacular waterfalls.

Call (970) 728-7433 to book your adventure over the phone.


Mountain bike rentals

Adults (ages 13 & up)

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Juniors (ages 12 & under)

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Hiking

Geology, history, flora and fauna, wildlife and waterfalls are just a short hike from Telluride and Mountain Village. Guided hiking available.

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The jagged peaks of the San Juan Mountains surrounding Telluride will take your breath away. Geology, history, flora and fauna, wildlife and waterfalls are just a short hike from Main Street.  And for hikers wanting to go further (or higher), Telluride is surrounded by the highest concentration of 13,000 and 14,000 foot peaks in North America. From high altitude lakes and ghost towns to national historic landmarks and Colorado’s tallest free falling waterfall, you can’t visit Telluride without putting on your hiking boots.

Our guided trips are catered to your ability level and offer a safe and environmentally-conscious way to explore the San Juan Mountains. We’re full of knowledge on the geology, history and biology that make Telluride one of the most beautiful places to hike in Colorado.


2 hour family-friendly hiking

Join our experienced interpreters on a leisurely two-hour stroll.  Guests will have the opportunity to learn about life zones, tree identification, geology, birds, wildflowers and local human history.  This hike is suitable for all ages, abilities and levels of interest.

Call (970) 728-7433 to book your adventure over the phone.


4 hour hiking adventure

When you are ready for a high-country adventure, join our expert naturalists for an ambitious and more in-depth look at the Telluride Ski Resort’s unique ecology and geology.  Among many other subjects, guests will have the opportunity to learn about the area’s ancient wetland ecosystems, known as “fens.”

Call (970) 728-7433 to book your adventure over the phone.

Paddleboarding

Stay cool and get on the water this summer with a stand up paddleboard (SUP).

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Stay cool and get on the water this summer with a stand up paddleboard (SUP). Meander through the town of Telluride on the slow moving San Miguel River, or take your SUP out on the glassy, clear waters of one of Telluride’s high-altitude lakes. Perfect for families, groups, individuals and kids, our guides will show you how to read the current, ride the eddy lines, balance on waves or skim across the lake.


Half day & Full day paddleboarding trips

Learn balance and proper paddling techniques on stillwater, and then move onto our local San Miguel River. Develop river skills including reading the current and getting the feel for eddy lines and smaller waves. Trips tailored for individuals, families, or groups.

Transportation is provided to and from the SUP locations. Wet suits, cold water booties, helmets, and personal flotation device are provided. Snacks are provided.

Adults (ages 13 & up)

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Juniors (ages 12 & under)

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Stand Up Paddleboard Rentals

The Telluride Adventure Center is now offering brand new 2015 SOL stand up paddleboards for rent.

Rafting

From late May through the end of June Telluride's rivers swell with thousands of gallons snow melt, providing class II-III+ whitewater.

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The 13,000 and 14,000 foot peaks that surround Telluride fill the San Miguel and Dolores rivers in the Summer.  From late May through the end of June the rivers swell with thousands of gallons of snow melt, providing class II-III+ whitewater.

San Miguel River

The San Miguel River begins in the San Juan Mountains above Telluride, and after traveling through the Town of Telluride, travels another 80 miles to the confluence with the Dolores River. One of the few remaining ecologically and hydrologically intact river systems in Colorado, the river provides views of scenic canyons and desert before it ends at the Dolores.

Deep Creek to Placerville

6 miles downstream of Telluride, this 12-mile route provides long sections of constant class III rapids and class III+ whitewater. Sawpit Rapid (III) requires straightforward maneuvering with an abundance of eddies.

Specie Creek to Beaver Creek

Just 30 minutes downstream of Telluride, this 9-mile route is ideal for beginning and intermediate rafters, families and groups of mixed ability.

Dolores River

Starting high in the San Juan Mountains, the Dolores River travels approximately 250 miles before it ends at the confluence with the Colorado River in Utah. The most popular routes are below McFee reservoir where the river gains speed as it flows through deep canyons and scenic desert.

Ponderosa Canyon

Bradfield Bridge to Dove Creek Pump Station

The 19 mile, class II-III+, section from Bradfield Bridge to Dove Creek Pump Station features gently sloping canyon walls leading into deeper sandstone canyons. The section is perfect for a day trip, or the start of a multi-day trip to Slickrock.

Dove Creek Pump Station to Slickrock

This 28 mile section from Dove Creek Pump Station to Slickrock provides class III rapids, and Snaggletooth (IV-V) rapid featuring a quarter mile of whitewater.

Slickrock Canyon

Big Gypsum to Bedrock

This section provides goosenecks of sandstone canyons with mostly class II rapids.


Half day rafting trips

Our most popular river trip navigates through pristine riparian habitat along a continuously dropping and winding river. You will travel 7.5 miles through the San Miguel Canyon with constant class II and III rapids. This half day adventure, either morning or afternoon, is packed with action and fun! Ages 6 years old and up.

Gear: Wetsuits, booties, and splash jackets provided.

Snacks:  Cookies, chips and salsa, fruit, juice or sodas provided.

Adults (ages 13 & up)

Call (970) 728-7433 to book your adventure over the phone.

Juniors (ages 12 & under)

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Full day rafting trips

Combine the two half day adventures for a full day as we move swiftly along the pristine San Miguel River. Ages 10 years old and up.

Snacks & Meals: All trips include snacks. Full day trips include gourmet riverside prepared picnic.

Gear: Wetsuits, booties, and splash jackets.

Adults

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Juniors

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Overnight rafting trips

Experience the wilderness while you enjoy two days on the river with a night along the banks of the San Miguel River. Encounter a variety of wildlife, history, and scenery along this pristine riparian habitat.

Meals: 4 gourmet meals provided.

Gear: Rental sleeping kits are available upon request.

Adults (ages 13 & up)

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Juniors (ages 12 & under)

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Ropes Course

Push yourself to new heights in this suspended ropes course. This activity offers safe climbing experiences for all ages and experience levels.

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Push yourself to new heights in this suspended ropes course. This activity offers safe climbing experiences for all ages and experience levels.

Times:

June 12th - August 14th 10am - 6pm

Location:

Heritage Plaza at the base of the Mountain Village Gondola
 


Want to go on the Ropes Course, Water Walkers Course and the Bungee Trampoline ? Check out the Gravity Play Combo.

River Tubing

Bring your tube and float down the slow moving San Miguel River to cool off on a hot summer day.

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Bring your tube and float down the slow moving San Miguel River to cool off on a hot summer day.  Many local retailers rent tubes, or you can purchase tubes at Ace Hardware located on main street.

Water Walkers Course

Water Walkers is a mobile unit where you can experience the thrill of walking on water. This activity is for all age groups.

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Water Walkers is a mobile unit where you can experience the thrill of walking on water. This activity is for all age groups.

Times:

June 12th - August 14th 10am - 6pm

Location:

Heritage Plaza at the base of the Mountain Village Gondola


Want to go on the Ropes Course , Water Walkers Course and the Bungee Trampoline ? Check out the Gravity Play Combo.

Bungee Trampoline

Supported by adjustable bungee cords four simultaneous clients are able to turn somersaults easily anywhere between 6.5 to 32 feet high. This activity is for all age groups and experience levels.

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LOCATION: Heritage Plaza, located in the heart of the Mountain Village Core across from Telluride Sports and Telluride Coffee Company.

Supported by adjustable bungee cords, four simultaneous clients are able to easily achieve flips or incredible jumps from anywhere between 6.5 to 24 feet high. This activity is for all age groups and experience levels and participants must be between 30-200 lbs.

Call (970) 728-7433 or email adventure@tellurideskiresort.com for additional inquiries!

Winter 2016-17 Gravity Play Bungee Trampoline

 

Dates/Hours of Operation:

  • Open from December 19 th – January 7 th and February 15 th – April 2 nd
  • Closed from January 8 th – February 14 th
  • Normal hours of operation are from 1pm - 5pm
  • Bungee Trampoline may close in the event of inclement weather
     

Ticket Options:

A single jump is approximately 3 minutes in length. Combo Packs are interchangeable among participants and are valid through April 2 nd , 2017.

  • Single ticket = $17.00
  • 3-Combo Pack = $45.00 (saves you $2.00/ticket)
  • 6-Combo Pack =$84.00 (saves you $3.00/ticket)

 

Terms:

  • Bungee Trampoline tickets may be purchased at the Telluride Adventure Center (located in the big glass building at the top of the stairs at Mountain Village Gondola Plaza) or the Mountain Village Skier Service Sales Office (located directly below the Telluride Adventure Center, at the base of the stairs, across from Village Express/Chair 4).
  • Tickets must be treated like cash and are non-refundable.
  • All participants must sign or have a legal parent or guardian sign a Gravity Play Release of Liability Waiver every season. Once a waiver is signed for a participant, that participant does not need another signed waiver for the remainder of the season.

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Gravity Play Combo

Whether it’s the Ropes Course, Water Walkers, or Bungee Trampoline, you can mix and match your three favorite activities. Combinations personalized for all age groups and experience levels.

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For the guest who wants to try all three - Ropes Course, Water Walkers and Bungee Trampoline - the Gravity Play Combo Pack offers a discount off the cost of purchasing the three activities individually.


Gravity Play - 3-pack - $45

Save $6 on all three Gravity Play activities with the Gravity Play 3-pack. Includes one pass for each activity. All ages. Non-transferable.

Times:
June 12 to August 14, 10am to 6pm

Includes the following activities:

Location:

Heritage Plaza at the base of the Mountain Village Gondola


Gravity Play - 6-pack - $84

Save $18 on all three Gravity Play activities with the Gravity Play 3-pack.Includes two passes for each activity. All ages. Non-transferable.

Times:  June 12 to August 14, 10am to 6pm

Includes the following activities:

Location:

Heritage Plaza at the base of the Mountain Village Gondola

Via Ferrata

Located at the end of the valley in Telluride, the Via Ferrata offers views of the town of Telluride and Bridal Veil Falls from high above on the cliff walls.

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Telluride’s Via Ferrata is a favorite climbing spot for locals and visitors.  Located at the end of the valley in Telluride, the Via Ferrata offers views of the town of Telluride and Bridal Veil Falls from high above on the cliff walls.

Telluride Via Ferrata

Map provided by the Telluride Mountain Club

The climbing route requires a climbing harness and dynamic Via Ferrata lanyard, as well as some climbing knowledge. The climb starts as an exposed hike, then transitions into a traverse on fixed steel rungs while tethered to cables.  At times, the cliff wall drops hundreds of feet below your feet. 

Rock Climbing

From high-altitude granite and sandstone climbing to bouldering and the Via Ferrata, Telluride has it all.

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Telluride’s San Juan Mountains are the ideal playground for climbers.  From high-altitude granite and sandstone climbing to bouldering and the Via Ferrata, Telluride has it all.  Guided climbing experiences that pair climbers with experienced guides are available.

Adventure Rock

Location: Conference Center Plaza, Mountain Village

The Adventure Rock, located in Conference Center Plaza in Mountain Village, is a man-made boulder with routes for novice to expert climbers.  The rock is open to the public from sunrise to dusk and is free of charge.


Half day guided rock climbing

Summer high altitude conglomerate and granite routes are available for novice to advanced skill levels. Half-day climbs offered on Cracked Canyon, Dark Side, Ophir Wall, Pipeline, Ilium, and Society Turn. All gear and transportation is provided.

Duration: 4 hour climb (approx.)

Call (970) 728-7433 to book your adventure over the phone.


Full day guided rock climbing

Summer high altitude conglomerate and granite routes are available for novice to advanced skill levels. Full-day climbs offered on Cracked Canyon, Ophir Wall, Ames Wall, Pipeline, Falls Walls, Lizard Head Peak, Clay Creek, Paradox Valley, and Ouray. All gear and transportation is provided, and lunch is available upon request.

Duration: 8 hour climb (approx.)

Call (970) 728-7433 to book your adventure over the phone.

Mountaineering

Safely ascend iconic 14,000-foot peaks Mount Sneffels, Wilson Peak, El Diente Peak, or Mount Wilson with experienced guides.

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Safely ascend one of Southwestern Colorado's magnificent fourteeners with experienced guides who keep our clients' preferences, abilities and happiness in the forefront of their minds. All the peaks in the Telluride area are rewarding, enjoyable and ethereally gorgeous. Includes harness, helmet, rope, and transportation.


Mount Sneffels - Guided

Altitude: 14,150 feet
Trail Length: 2.5 - 6 miles

Located just five miles north of Telluride (although accessed from Ridgway/Ouray) Mt. Sneffels is the easiest of the local peaks, but that does not mean that it is easy. Climbing to the summit on any of the standard routes can take between 6 and 8 hours, depending on hiker and conditions.

Call (970) 728-7433 to book your adventure over the phone.


Wilson Peak - Guided

Altitude: 14,016 feet
Trail length: 2.75 - 10 miles

The least difficult of the Wilson group, this peak is accessible from a variety of routes taking between 5 and 7 hours depending on the time of year and the hiker. 

Call (970) 728-7433 to book your adventure over the phone.


El Diente Peak - Guided

Altitude: 14,160 feet
Trail length: 3 - 12 miles

With a name that means "The Tooth" in Spanish, El Diente deserves its recognition as a peak due to its vicious appearance and demanding climbs. Previous mountaineering experience required.

Call (970) 728-7433 to book your adventure over the phone.


Mount Wilson - Guided

Altitude: 14,252 feet
Trail length: 2.2 - 11 miles

The highest mountain in Dolores County is a rugged alpine peak, with multiple permanent snowfields on various faces. The peak is reclusive, testing and challenging, with many rewarding views. Previous mountaineering experience required.

Call (970) 728-7433 to book your adventure over the phone.

Horseback Riding

Rride through Telluride's San Juan Mountains on horseback surrounded by some of the most beautiful country you will ever see.

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Some of the best views of the Colorado mountains are from the back of a horse. You're likely to encounter wildlife like Rocky Mountain Elk and Mule Deer as you ride through Telluride's San Juan Mountains on horseback, and you are surrounded by some of the most beautiful country you will ever see.


2 hour group or private trail ride

Circle K Guest Ranch offers a variety of horseback riding trails in the San Juan Mountains ranging from easy riding trails for novice riders to more challenging terrain for horseback riders with advanced skills.

Call (970) 728-7433 to book your adventure over the phone.


Ranch rides (ages 7 and under)

Corral rides for children under 7.

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Horseback package

Our knowledgeable pack trip guides are eager to provide you with an enjoyable and rewarding outdoor experience. After a visit with you, we will customize a horseback pack trip tailored to fit your horseback riding ability and overall desires. We provide everything you’ll need for your pack trip other than personal items and sleeping bags.

Call (970) 728-7433 to book your adventure over the phone.

Fly Fishing

The Telluride region offers unique fly fishing opportunities including a network of lakes, ponds and alpine creeks. Half day, full day and overnight fishing trips are available.

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Telluride's rivers provide some of the best trout fishing in the Rocky Mountains.  Near Telluride, the San Miguel, Dolores, Uncompahgre and Gunnison offer unique fly fishing opportunities, and a network of lakes, ponds and alpine creeks offer even more.

Half day walk & wade

A menu of public fly fishing on the San Miguel, Uncompahgre, and Gunnison rivers is offered. Lakes, ponds, and alpine creeks offer even more choices. Prices include flies on all trips, and top quality rental equipment is available for guests who need gear.

Licenses: $9.00 for 1-day fly fishing license required.

San Miguel River

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Uncompahgre River

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Full day walk & wade

A menu of public fly fishing on the San Miguel, Uncompahgre, Lower Dolores, and Gunnison rivers is offered. Lakes, ponds, and alpine creeks offer even more choices. Prices include flies on all trips, and top quality rental equipment is available for guests who need gear.

Times: 8:00AM – 5:00PM

Food: Lunch is provided.

Licenses: $9.00 for 1-day fly fishing license required.

San Miguel River

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Uncompahgre River

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Lower Dolores River

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Gunnison River

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Full day float

Prices include flies on all trips, and top quality rental equipment is available for guests who need gear.

Times: 8:00AM – 5:00PM

Licenses: $9.00 for 1-day fly fishing license required.

Lower Gunnison River

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Photography Tours

Telluride is among the most breathtaking mountain settings we will ever experience, and the San Juan Mountains speak to the photographer in a voice unique from any other range.

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Telluride is among the most breathtaking mountain settings we will ever experience, and the San Juan Mountains speak to the photographer in a voice unique from any other range. Each private tour is customized to the interests of our clients. Recommended destinations include Telluride Alpina, ghost towns, wildflower tours, magnificent waterfalls and fall colors. Included are the services of two guides, a local professional photographer and a 4-WD tour guide. Before and after your photo sessions you'll learn about Telluride's colorful mining and geological history. Includes all transportation.


Half day tour (summer only)

Travel in customized 4-WD vehicles from historic Telluride and Colorado mining camps to some of the highest mountain passes in the country.

Sunrise Tour Times: approx. 5:00AM – 10:00AM

Sunset Tour Times: approx. 4:00PM – 9:00PM

Call (970) 728-7433 to book your adventure over the phone.


Full day tour (summer only)

Travel in customized 4-WD vehicles from historic Telluride and Colorado mining camps to some of the highest mountain passes in the country.

Times
5 AM - 10 AM
4 AM - 9 PM

Photo Critique and Lunch: 11:30AM - 1:30PM

Call (970) 728-7433 to book your adventure over the phone.

 

Paragliding

Enjoy the simplicity of flight, and take in some of the most incredible views as you soar over Telluride.

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Tandem flight from Milk Run

Tandem flights require no experience. Ride up the gondola, strap in with the guide, and enjoy the 10 to 30 minute flight.

Times
Early morning approx. 7:00AM – 10:30AM
Evening flights approx. 5:00PM.

Call (970) 728-7433 to book your adventure over the phone.

Eco Adventures Summer Camp

Get out for a day of adventure, or an overnight trip, that offers outdoor exploration and learning for kids.

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Eco Adventures provides summer kid’s activities to children ages 5-14 through Telluride Ski & Golf.

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Nature Center

At the St. Sophia Nature Center you'll find information on hiking and biking trails, weather expectations and local ecosystems to help prepare you for your adventures in the area.

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The Nature Center is open 9-4 daily beginning June 6th through September 4th in 2016.  We will be closed July 4th.

At the St. Sophia Nature Center you'll find information on hiking and biking trails, weather expectations and local ecosystems to help prepare you for your adventures in the area.  Interpretive displays include:  geology, animal tracks and signs, pelts and skulls, Native American history & water use. 

 

Guided hikes

Join our experienced interpreter and learn about life zones, tree identification, geology, birds, wildflowers and local human history. Hikes can be customized to guests’ requests and will range from an easy two-hour stroll to longer treks on more challenging terrain.
Please call 970.728.7360 to learn more.

Mini camps

Join us on Tuesday and Thursday mornings for a fun, abbreviated program for kids ages 4 and up that focuses on using the outdoors as a “living classroom”. Lessons will include Bug Safari, Bucktooth Builders, Endless Energy, Geocaching & Gold Panning with Telluride mining history.

Location

Located just a short distance from the top of the gondola, the St. Sophia Nature Center is located atop Coonskin Ridge overlooking the town of Telluride.

Cubs Camp at the Nursery

Full day and hourly care for infants and toddlers ages 2 months through 5 years old. All toddlers and infants have top quality care from counselors with early childhood experience and education backgrounds.

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Summer 2016

Our Cubs Camp at the Nursery provides full day and hourly care for infants and toddlers ages 2 months through 5 years old. The full day will provide a picnic lunch (weather permitting) plus snacks and nap or quiet time. Examples of daily activities are an extensive art room, small hikes and picnics in the park. All toddlers and infants have top quality care from counselors with early childhood experience and education backgrounds.

 

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Dates:

June 13th-September 5th

*Closing date is tentative 

Times:

Check-In: 9-10am

Pick-up: 4pm

Toddler/Infant Half-Day morning: 9-12:30pm

Toddler/Infant Half-Day afternoon: 12:30-4pm

 

Toddler Rates

Pricing

Advanced Booking

$85

Walk-In Full-Day

$100

Toddler Half-Day

$75

Toddler Hourly

$25

Toddler Packages

Pricing

2-Day

$160

3-Day

$225

4-Day

$280

5-Day

$325

 

Online Toddler Reservations

 

 

Infants (reservations only)

Pricing

Advanced Booking

$95

Infant Half-Day

$70

Infant Hourly

$30

 

Online Infant Reservations

 

 

Various activities will be offered with each day bringing a new adventure.  The children will travel either on foot, on the gondola or on the Galloping Goose bus system for age appropriate scenarios.  Each day’s activities will depend on the readiness and developmental level of the children present.  The full day will provide a lunch plus snacks and nap or quiet time.  Examples of daily activities are art projects, small hikes and playing at the park.  All toddlers and infants will have top quality care from counselors with Early Childhood experience.  For every 5 toddlers there will be one teacher and for every 2 infants there will be one caregiver.

To book a reservation, please call 970-728-7531.  For more information, contact Cubs Camp at The Nursery by email: CBooz@Telski.com  or Visit: www.tellurideskiresort.com for additional details.

Days Open:

Monday-Friday

 

Telluride Adventure Center

The Telluride Adventure Center is the hub for reserving outdoor activities from across the region.

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LOCATED IN THE GLASS BUILDING AT THE TOP OF THE STAIRS AT MOUNTAIN VILLAGE GONDOLA PLAZA

Call (970) 728-7433 or email adventure@tellurideskiresort.com for price inquiries or to book your next adventure today!

The Telluride Adventure Center will connect you with the area’s premier guides. We do all of the reservation booking legwork for you!

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Winter Adventures

Open daily from 8am to 5pm, December 2, 2016 – April 2, 2017

While skiing and snowboarding may be the primary reasons you visit Telluride Ski Resort, there are several family-friendly and advanced alternatives to keep you busy if you’re looking for a break from the slopes. Telluride offers world-class on-mountain and backcountry options for novice-to-expert abilities, and the Telluride Adventure Center will connect you with the area’s premier guides. We know the San Juan Mountains like the back of our hands, and we do all of the reservation booking legwork for you.

 

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Alta Lakes Observatory Overnights

The Observatory is a private and most certainly unique backcountry cabin located 13 miles from Telluride, Colorado.

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The Observatory is a private backcountry cabin located 13 miles from Telluride, Colorado. It is one of only a few homes in the United States at 11,000+ feet! The Observatory is nestled underneath the 13,000-foot Palmyra and Silver Peaks of the San Juan Mountains and is adjacent to the Telluride ski area.

In the summer, after all the snow has melted, you can access The Observatory on a 5-mile dirt road (a 2 wheel drive vehicle is fine) with some of the most incredible scenery on the planet! You can hike, bike or drive – just be sure to enjoy the view along the way!

In the fall, winter and spring, getting to The Observatory is most definitely part of the adventure! You can access The Observatory on the snow-covered road via snowmobile. You can ski in from a nearby backcountry gate or cross country ski or snowshoe right to the front door. Custom-guided backcountry trips are available. The Observatory is available for individual, group, private dinners, weddings and other special event rentals.

Visit altalakes.com for more information.

Golf

Play our par 70, 6,574 yard, 18 hole mountain resort course.

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The Telluride Golf Club is located in scenic Mountain Village at the Peaks Resort.

New golf carts, equipped with state-of-the-art Global Positioning System (GPS), assists golfers as they navigate their way around the course, which accentuates the mountain terrain as meandering fairways wind through aspen groves, towering pines, mountain ponds and sparkling streams.  The Telluride Golf Club was constructed in 1992 and serves as a private club for members as well as a public course for locals and guests.

Private Instruction and clinics are available daily from PGA professionals.  A full practice facility, complete with chipping and putting greens, is also available.

Telluride Historical Museum

The Telluride Historical Museum offers engaging annual exhibitions alongside the Museum’s permanent collection of artifacts from the region’s Ute heritage, robust mining history, and ski and festival history.

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The Telluride Historical Museum offers engaging annual exhibitions alongside the Museum’s permanent collection of artifacts from the region’s Ute heritage, robust mining history, and ski and festival history. Ten rooms, each with their own theme, showcase these different aspects of Telluride history. Hands-on, interactive, and rotating displays engage all the senses, giving visitors new experiences each visit.


Historic Walking Tour

Every Thursday, 1:00 pm
$15 / $10 Museum Members

Meet at the Museum, 201 West Gregory Ave. (Top of Fir St.)

Join long-time local Ashley Boling for this fun and lively tour about town! Learn more about the people, buildings, and events that make Telluride unique. Tickets can be purchased at the Museum prior to 1:00 pm, by phone at (970) 728-3344 or online at telluridemuseum.org.
 


Lone Tree Cemetery Tours

Every Friday starting September 2nd – October 7th 

1:00 pm, $15 / $10 Museum Members

Don't miss this unique look at Telluride's history and the rugged people that lived, worked and were buried here. Tours depart from the Lone Tree Cemetery pedestrian gate on Colorado Avenue at 1:00 pm. Tickets can be purchased at the Museum prior to the tour, by phone at (970) 728-3344 or online at telluridemuseum.org.


Lamplight Lone Tree Cemetery Tours

Last three Fridays in October (14th, 21st, 28th) | 6:00 pm | $15 / $10 Museum Members

Hear the stories and legends of Telluride’s historic graveyard in the ambiance of lantern light. Meet at the Lone Tree Cemetery. Dress warmly and bring a flashlight. Tickets can be purchased at the Museum prior to the tour, by phone at (970) 728-3344 or online at telluridemuseum.org.


Fireside Chats

Wednesday, August 17th | 6:00 pm | Free | Norwood
Thursday, August 18th | 6:00 pm | Free | Hotel Madeline, Mountain Village
Wednesday, August 24th | 6:00 pm | Free | Norwood
Thursday, August 25th | 6:00 pm | Free | Hotel Madeline, Mountain Village

This annual Telluride Historical Museum lecture series delves into local historical topics through the lenses of authors, historical re-enactors, professors, geologists and more. Visit telluridemusem.org for information on presenters and locations.


 

 

Wagner Custom Skis Factory Tour

Join Wagner Custom Skis and Snowboards for a private tour of their sustainable ski factory in Placerville, CO.

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Join Wagner Custom Skis and Snowboards for a private tour of their sustainable ski factory in Placerville, CO. CEO Pete Wagner will walk through his custom ski process, all while taking a look at what sets Wagner Custom apart from other ski manufacturers. Pete will show the different materials that are used to build varying ski types, and the different stages of custom ski production. Join us for an afternoon of winter envy at the Wagner factory. This custom tour will last roughly an hour.

Tip: Before you take the tour, take the Wagner Custom Skier DNA quiz to start the custom ski process. Once at the shop, Pete can show you the different materials that would make up the construction of your ski and go over the different sidecut, width and length options that make the most sense for you, all based on your Skier DNA.

Location: 120 Front Street, Placerville, CO 81430

To schedule a tour, call (970) 728-0107

Family Excursions

Get out for a day of adventure, or an overnight trip, that offers outdoor exploration and learning for kids.

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Treat your friends and family to an adventure-packed overnight trip of mountaineering and glamping or join guided family hikes or mini camps and learn about life zones, tree identification, geology, birds, wildflowers and local human history. Eco Adventures is located inside the ski school at the base of the gondola in Mountain Village. Check out the rest of our Summer Eco Adventures here or call (970) 728-7300 for more information.

Download the Summer Eco Adventures Registration Form

Top-A-Ten Yurt Trips

Treat your friends and family to an adventure-packed overnight trip of mountaineering and glamping in your own private yurt. Our guides will take you on scenic hikes at a challenge-level of your choosing, cook you delicious meals, and guide you through each step of your trip in a catered experience to remember. It’s your dream, we’re just in it.

Offered upon request. Must have 48 hours’ notice.
$950 for up to six people (includes $150 non-refundable deposit). $150 per additional person.

St. Sophia Nature Center

At the St. Sophia Nature Center you'll find information on hiking and biking trails, weather expectations, and local ecosystems to help prepare you for your adventures in the area.  Interpretive displays include:  geology, animal tracks and signs, pelts and skulls, and Native American history & water use.  The Nature Center is open daily from 9AM-4PM Monday, June 6 through Sunday, September 4.

PRIVATE GUIDED FAMILY HIKES
Join our experienced interpreter and learn about life zones, tree identification, geology, birds, wildflowers and local human history. Hikes can be customized to guests’ requests and will range from an easy 2 mile downhill walk to longer treks on more challenging terrain.
Please call 970.728.7360 to learn more and for pricing structures.
 
MINI CAMPS
Join us on Tuesday and Thursday mornings for a fun, abbreviated program for kids ages 5 and up that focuses on using the outdoors as a “living classroom”. Lessons will include Geocaching, Bug Safari, and Squirrel Olympics.
 
Tuesdays and Thursdays (6/14/16 – 9/1/16)
10AM – noon
Ages 5+
$25/child
Meet at the St. Sophia Nature Center outside the top Gondola station. Maximum of 14 kids.

Jeep Rentals

Experience jeeping in Colorado on your own terms.

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Experience Jeeping in Colorado on your own terms with single-day or multi-day rentals to suit your schedule.  Novice to expert, we supply the equipment, knowledge and trail recommendations allowing you to discover the beautiful rugged areas that the state has to offer.  From hidden springs, to the state's largest waterfall, to driving up and over 13,000 foot mountain passes you have the option to enjoy over 500 miles of Jeeping trails at your leisure.

 

Call (970) 728-7433 to book your adventure.