Winter Activities

Telluride Bike Park

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The new Telluride Bike Park will be a completely unique experience with a variety of trails for all riders from aggressive downhill to beginner. It will include freestyle or flow trails, technical trails, and cross-country trails all interconnected.

Tickets & Passes

Single-Day Mountain Bike Pass:
Single-day access to all XC, FREESTYLE and TECHNICAL trails, and Village Express (Lift 4). $36/day, which includes a $1 donation to NFF .

Mountain Village Bike Park Season Pass:
For non-winter Season Pass-holders. Unlimited Mountain Bike Trail Season Pass with access to all XC, FREESTYLE and TECHNICAL trails, and Village Express (Lift 4). $199, which includes a $25 donation to the NFF .

TSG Winter Season Pass-holders:
Unlimited Mountain Bike Trail Season Pass with access to all XC, FREESTYLE and TECHNICAL trails, and Village Express (Lift 4). $25 NFF Donation .

XC Trail Season Pass:
Unlimited access to XC trails, NO Bike Park, Freestyle or Technical Trail, or Village Express (Lift 4) access. $25 NFF Donation .

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Mountain bike rentals

For Adults (ages 13 & up) & Juniors (ages 12 & under).

 

 

Or call (970) 728-3134 to rent over the phone.


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What is the bike park?

  • Telluride is investing over $1MM into a new and expanded Mountain Bike Trail Network – Scheduled to Open Summer 2019.
  • Telluride’s NEW Bike Park will include:
    • New FREESTYLE Trails
    • Enhancements to the existing network of TECHNICAL Trails
  • Telluride’s Mountain Bike Trail Network will also include:
    • Enhancements to the existing network of multi-use XC Trails within Telluride Ski Resort’s permit area
  • The NEW Bike Park will include lift access via Village Express (Lift 4).
  • Telluride Ski Resort will continue to offer access to the XC Trails within the Trail Network for free (see the details below).

What are multi-use XC Trails?

  • XC Trails generally include a mix of rolling terrain, uphill climbs and downhill stretches consisting of multi-use single-track, double-track, and service roads. When biking mountain bikes are recommended, intermediate and expert riders only.
  • XC Trails are open to TWO-WAY TRAFFIC – allowing for hiking and biking – uphill riders and hikers have the right-of-way.

What are the Trail Type definitions within the Bike Park?

  • FREERIDE Trails are flowy, machine-built trails approximately 24 to 48 inches wide for mountain bikes that minimize the need to pedal during the descent. Trails will be of varying difficulty from beginner to expert featuring rollers, jumps, banked turns, and man-made features – full-suspension bikes recommended. ONE-WAY ONLY – descending .
  • TECHNICAL Trails can be machine or hand-built trails with a tread approximately 18-24 inches wide with a difficulty range of intermediate to expert. These trails feature steep sections, through variable terrain featuring jumps, drops, rock gardens, man-made features, and other obstacles – downhill-specific bikes are recommended. ONE-WAY ONLY – descending .

When will the Mountain Bike Trail Network open to riders?

The new Bike Park is anticipated to be open in June 2019. The XC Trail Network will open as trail conditions permit.

The riding/operating season for the new Bike Park is weather dependent . The season will normally run from the 3rd Saturday in June through Labor Day (Monday), seven days a week operation, with weekend operation through closing day of the Telluride Golf Club (2nd Sunday of October).

Note: Access to the XC Trails in Prospect Basin is closed from May 20th until July 1st annually per TSG’s summer operating plan with the National Forest Service to reduce disturbance of elk during calving season.

What is the operating season for the new Bike Park?

The riding/operating season for the new Bike Park is weather dependent. The Bike Park will be open 7 days a week beginning the 3rd Saturday in June through Labor Day (Monday). After Labor Day the Bike Park will be open on Saturdays and Sundays until the 2nd Sunday in October.

What are the hours of operation for the Mountain Bike Trail Network?

The XC Trails will open at 6:30 a.m. daily. All access will close 30 minutes before sunset. Before 10 a.m. and after 6 p.m. XC Trails are accessible via the Gondola at San Sophia Station. Outside of Bike Park operating hours (10 a.m. – 6 p.m.) riders should call 911 in the event of an emergency .

The FREESTYLE and TECHNICAL Trails in the Bike Park (including lift access via Village Express – Lift 4) will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., daily.

From 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. what additional services will Telluride Ski Resort provide?

  • Bike Patrol & Emergency Response Services across the Trail Network ( Outside of Bike Park operating hours (10 a.m. – 6 p.m. ) riders should call 911 in the event of an emergency.)
  • Bike Park access via Village Express (Lift 4)
  • Pass sales in Mountain Village and at Oak Street
  • Pass scanning at Village Express and gondola mid-station
  • Lessons, instruction and guides

Will there be a fee to ride the Mountain Bike Trail Network?

Yes. During operating hours from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. lift access to the Mountain Bike Trail Network will require an access pass.

Before 10 a.m. and after 6 p.m. the FREESTYLE and TECHNICAL Trails in the Bike Park are closed, but riders can access the XC Trails without an access pass.

Are the FREESTLYLE and TECHNICAL Trails in the Bike Park lift-serviced?

Yes, Village Express (Lift 4) will operate daily to provide access to the trails in the Bike Park from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Is lift access available to the Trail Network via the Telluride—Mountain Village Gondola?

Yes. From 6:30 a.m. – 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. until 30 minutes before sunset riders can off-load with a bike at the mid-station (San Sophia Station) to access the XC Trails within the Trail Network for free. Please note: during this timeframe, riders should call 911 in the event of an emergency .

From 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. daily access from San Sophia Station to the XC Trails as well as the Bike Park will require an access pass.

Is the Mountain Village Bike Park also available?

No. The TECHNICAL Trails, formerly known as the Mountain Village Bike Park, will be improved and incorporated into the new Bike Park.

How many trails are available in the new Mountain Bike Trail Network?

Phase I will include approximately 15 trails encompassing 17 miles of trails.

  • Green: approximately 5 miles of trail
  • Blue: approximately 8 miles of trail
  • Black: approximately 4 miles of trail

What is the status of the other existing trails located within Telluride Ski Resort’s permit area?

All the existing bike trails located within Telluride Ski Resort’s permit area will be managed by Telluride Ski Resort and will be part of the Mountain Bike Trail Network.

Prospect Trail and Prospect Loop (XC, multi-use trails – non-motorized, TWO-WAY traffic)

Village Trail (XC, multi-use trail – non-motorized, TWO-WAY traffic)

Basin Trail, Sheridan, Coonskin Loop, See Forever (XC, multi-use trails – non-motorized, TWO-WAY traffic)

Ridge Trail, Telluride Trail (Hiking ONLY)

What is the status of the other existing trails located in Mountain Village?

All the existing bike trails located in Mountain Village, but outside Telluride Ski Resort’s permit area will be managed by the Town of Mountain Village and are separate from the Mountain Bike Trail Network managed by Telluride Ski Resort.

  • Boomerang, Meadows, Jurassic, Big Billie’s, Boulevard, and Russell Trail (multi-use trails – non-motorized, TWO-WAY traffic)

What are the bicycle standards for accessing the Mountain Bike Trail Network?

  • Downhill: Downhill-specific bikes are intended for all levels of riders who want to enjoy the most out of the Bike Park. A full suspension, downhill-specific bike handles the Bike Park’s technical and free-ride terrain the best and is specifically designed for descending, not ascending. We recommend this type of bike for any level of rider in the bike park.
  • All-Mountain: All-mountain bikes combine full suspension in the front and rear with a more upright design allowing riders to descend yet ascend when needed. At the minimum, bike park riders should have an all-mountain, full-suspension bike which is best suited for beginner and intermediate terrain only.
  • Cross-Country (Not Recommended): Cross-country bikes generally have less suspension than most mountain bikes, making them ideal for pedaling long distances. Cross-country bikes are not recommended in the bike park.
  • Prohibited: e-Bikes, motorized vehicles and devices, one-wheels, unicycles. TSG reserves the right to modify the list of prohibited devices at its discretion to provide a safe environment for participants.

How much is the Single-Day Trail Access Pass?

  • Single-Day Mountain Bike Pass: single-day access to all XC, FREESTYLE and TECHNICAL trails, and Village Express (Lift 4). $36/day, which includes a $1 donation to NFF .

Season Pass Access Products:

  • TSG Winter Season Pass-holders: Unlimited Mountain Bike Trail Season Pass with access to all XC, FREESTYLE and TECHNICAL trails, and Village Express (Lift 4). $25 NFF Donation .
  • Non-Winter Season Pass-holders: Unlimited Mountain Bike Trail Season Pass with access to all XC, FREESTYLE and TECHNICAL trails, and Village Express (Lift 4). $199, which includes a $25 donation to the NFF .
  • 3) XC Trail Season Pass: unlimited access to XC trails, NO Bike Park, FREESTYLE or TECHNICAL trail, or Village Express (Lift 4) access. $25 NFF Donation .

Are dogs/pets allowed on the Mountain Bike Trail network?

No.

What is the trail etiquette and Biking Responsibility Code?

We encourage you to support these trail etiquette and simple safety-conscious rules:

  • Bikers choose trails that match your abilities
  • Bikers stay on designated trails
  • Bikers yield the right-of-way to other non-motorized trail users. Downhill bikers yield to everyone.
  • Bikers use caution when overtaking another, and make your presence known well in advance.
  • Bikers maintain control of your speed at all times.
  • Do not disturb wildlife.
  • Do not litter.
  • Respect public and private property.
  • Always be self-sufficient.
  • Do not travel solo in remote areas.
  • Observe the practice of minimum impact bicycling.
  • No smoking.

What is the trail access parking information?

To access the Mountain Village Bike Park, we recommend parking in the Gondola Parking Garage (free daytime) or Heritage Parking Garage (first two hours free), both located off Mountain Village Boulevard, which will give you the most convenient access to the lift and trail system.

Heli-Skiing

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The Telluride Adventure Center works with Colorado’s premier helicopter ski company, Telluride Helitrax , to bring advanced-intermediate to expert skiers and snowboarders the memory of a lifetime at some of the highest elevations in North America.

The Helitrax Eurocopter S350 B3e helicopter allots guests exclusive access to over 200 square miles of high alpine basins, cirques and summits. Backcountry enthusiasts can expect an average of six runs over the course of a day, totaling approximately 10,000 to 14,000 vertical feet.


Book Your Tour

Telluride Helitrax
136 Country Club Dr
(888) 797-7705

Guided Heli-Skiing and Snowboarding Tours

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Single Day Heli-Ski Trip $1,345.00
Semi-Private Single Day Heli-Ski Trip, Up to 4 Skiers $5,200.00

Almost all of the terrain Helitrax has access to is above tree line with some landings above 13,000 feet. Most days start with a moderate angle run (equivalent to double blue, as rated by Telluride Ski Resort) to assess the conditions and group ability levels. Helitrax guides will then select appropriate terrain for the group based on snow conditions, avalanche hazard, and group ability. A day with Telluride Helitrax has the ability to be the best ski or snowboard day of your life.

TERMS:

  • Please contact Telluride Helitrax for specific single and semi-private tour pricing and terms. We ask that guests provide us with their preferred date and alternate available dates. Trips will be refunded or rescheduled if flying conditions are deemed unsafe.
  • You will fly and ski or snowboard in a group of 4 guests with 1 guide and 1 pilot a operating the helicopter. Parties larger than 4 will be split up between loads.
  • While there are no age requirements, Helitrax requires that guests under the age of 16 be accompanied by an adult guardian.

WHAT’S INCLUDED:

  • Coffee and tea in the morning, enough water to hydrate guests for the entire day, a mid-day lunch, snacks and, après ski refreshments and snacks at the Peaks Resort.
  • 6 runs, approximately 10,000 vertical feet to 14000 vertical feet of skiing
  • Use of our avalanche transceiver and airbag pack. Our guides provide an orientation on proper-use for guests to fully familiarize themselves with the equipment.
  • Guests are permitted to use their own equipment, but powder skis and poles are available, free-of-charge and we recommend their use for the best experience. 

WHAT TO BRING/RECOMMENDED ATTIRE:

  • Dress for a day of skiing or snowboarding as you would to ski at the top of the ski resort. To ensure maximum warmth and comfort, guests should wear waterproof, breathable, synthetic (non-cotton) layers underneath their waterproof jacket and snow pants. A warm, insulating layer (wool, fleece or synthetic loft) to go over one’s base layers and under their waterproof jacket is also encouraged.
  • Participants are responsible to bring their own boots, helmet, goggles, neck gaiters, and hand and/or foot warmers for extra-chilly conditions.
  • Please limit personal belongings, there is a limited amount of room in your issued backpack but due to weight restrictions of the helicopter we reserve the right to limit baggage. You may leave your shoes and personal belongings at the Helitrax office while you are heli-skiing.

Book Your Tour

Telluride Helitrax
136 Country Club Dr
(888) 797-7705

Guided Snowmobiling

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Explore into the region’s pristine backcountry on a guided snowmobile tour. Telluride’s local snowmobile outfitters specialize in half and full day tours that accommodate all abilities from novice to advanced riders. Snowmobiling is the most popular winter adventure activity off-piste, reservations are highly recommended.

Please see below for direct access to the best guides in the business!

Telluride Outside guides half day, advanced half day and full day snowmobile tours in the magnificent Beaver Park area between the Wilson and Dolores mountain ranges. Just 30 minutes from Telluride, our Fall Creek snow base is the gateway to seldom traveled backcountry with unmatched riding opportunities and scenery. Single and double rider options are available for all tours. All snow apparel, helmets and boots are provided for guests.

Transportation is provided from Telluride and Mountain Village on all tours.

Family friendly, advanced, and Dunton Hot Springs tours available.

 

 

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Established in 1988 and proud to be the area’s first and most experienced snowmobile touring company. Several different tours are available seven days a week during the winter season to provide guests with all levels of snowmobiling experience an exciting and fun filled snowmobile adventure. Knowledgeable guides will entertain and educate you about the area’s historic and natural wonders while showing off some of Colorado’s most breathtaking scenery.

Transportation is provided from Telluride and Mountain Village on all tours.

Family friendly, advanced, and Dunton Hot Springs tours available.

 

 

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Guided Snowshoeing

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(970) 728-7433 | adventure@tellurideskiresort.com

 

Explore areas of the Telluride Ski Resort that are inaccessible on skis or a snowboard. Our group and private snowshoe tours cater to all ability levels. Advance reservations for snowshoe tours and rentals are highly encouraged due to limited availability.

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Guided Snowshoe Tours

Imagine being led through Telluride’s winter wonderland by an expert naturalist. Our legendary guide staff will detail the local environments’ flora, fauna and provide exclusive knowledge about the captivating natural world. Tours are designed to accommodate all ability levels and depart from the Telluride Adventure Center (base of chair #4 in Heritage Plaza).

ON-RESORT DAILY GROUP TOURS (AGES 16+)

  • 3.5 hours door to door
  • Daily group tours depart from the Telluride Adventure Center
  • Guests should arrive at 9:45am (30 minutes prior to their departure time) to meet their guide and finalize details.
  • Guests can expect to return to the Telluride Adventure Center at approximately 1:30pm .
  • Group tours may accommodate a maximum of 11 guests .
  • Walk-ins are welcome, but advance reservations are highly encouraged due to limited availability.
  • On the tour, the group will walk from the Telluride Adventure Center to the Chondola/Lift 1 (half chair lift, half gondola) and download on the 4-person gondola portion of the lift. Across from the bottom of the Chondola is the bottom of Sunshine Express/Lift 10, a chair lift that takes you to the Top-A-Ten Nordic and Snowshoe Area.
  • Guests will be outfitted for snowshoes and given poles in the nearby yurt/warming hut .
GROUP SNOWSHOE TOUR PRICES  
Top-A-Ten Group Snowshoe Tour $85.00
Top-A-Ten Group Snowshoe Tour (Passholder) $75.00

 

PRIVATE TOURS (ALL AGES)

While the Telluride Adventure Center will do our best to accommodate last-minute reservations, we ask guests contact us at least 48 hours in advance for private snowshoe tours .

  • Designed for individuals, families or groups that want a customized tour based on their specific needs and desired pace.
  • Guests should arrive 30 minutes prior to their scheduled departure time to meet their guide and finalize details.
  • Private tours take place on either our Top-A-Ten Nordic and Snowshoe Area or Ridge Trail.
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Up to 5 People $350.00

 

How to Prepare for Your Snowshoe Adventure

  • Waterproof snow boots that go above the ankle are required (no ski or snowboard boots). The Telluride Adventure Center has a limited supply of gaiters to fit over questionable footwear, but availability is not guaranteed.
  • Guests are encouraged to dress like they would for a day of skiing or snowboarding. This includes warm, waterproof layers, snow pants, jacket, hat, gloves, and sunglasses or goggles.
  • We highly recommend guests bring a lightweight backpack to store shedded layers, SPF lip balm, sunscreen, their own salty and protein-packed snacks and something to hydrate with. Collapsible water bottles are available for purchase at the Telluride Adventure Center.

 

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Nordic Skiing

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Telluride is home to some of the most beautiful cross-country terrain in the United States.

There are six Nordic skiing areas in the vicinity: Telluride Town Park, the Valley Floor, the golf course in Mountain Village, the top of Chair Ten (Top-A-ten) at Telluride Ski Resort, Trout Lake and Priest Lake. Each area offers different terrain, varied lengths of groomed trails, and excellent views.

The Telluride Nordic Association, through charitable donations and fundraising efforts, manages the trails and posts a daily grooming report. Pets are permitted in Mountain Village, Priest Lake and Trout Lake. The Nordic Center in Telluride Town Park offers cross-country rental equipment and lessons.

Visit  telluridenordic.com  for more information.

 

Kids Winter Camps

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The Telluride Adventure Center provides day camps for kids ages 5-12. Our programs are designed to connect kids with their environment and develop a deeper appreciation for the world around them. We have full day, half day, and afternoon options, with programs for all interests.

The Telluride Adventure Center is open daily and is located inside the ski school at the base of the gondola in Mountain Village.

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For more information please call (970) 728-7433

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Snowbiking Rentals

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No tires needed on this biking adventure! Ski blades replace wheels as you cruise and curve down our groomed ski runs. With smaller ski blades on each foot, you are able to carve through the snow and stop with ease. While staying on the mountain, try this fun alternative way to speed down the hills! Join us for a quick, 2-hour lesson, which will enable you to snow bike down our mountain for the remainder of the day.

SNOWBIKING LESSONS & RENTALS

For adults and children of all ages

Whether you’re a veteran skier who wants to switch things up a bit or you’re new to the slopes and want to start off slow, our snowbiking instructors will provide you with an exciting experience that fits your needs.

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

Guided Backcountry Skiing

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Join Mountain Trip’s highly trained staff for a day of backcountry skiing around Telluride. Whether you want to learn the skills to explore the winter backcountry, or gain the confidence to drop into steeper lines, we can help you realize your big mountain aspirations. Our guides are highly trained in ski guiding, as well as avalanche forecasting, assessment, and rescue. We love teaching the skills necessary to help you expand what you thought possible in the mountains.

Mountain Trip is the only guide service in southwestern Colorado that is accredited by the American Mountain Guides Association (AMGA), the premier credentialing organization in the US. AMGA Accreditation is a recognition of a company’s high standards in risk management, guide training and company procedures.

Considerations: Clients do not need previous backcountry skiing experience, but they do need to possess at least intermediate to advanced skiing or snowboarding ability on the resort (ski “black diamond” runs confidently). Clients coming from sea level or lower elevations should be aware of altitude and its effects when recreating. Altitude and route finding will often make going uphill much slower than clients may anticipate. All skiiers will need to provide shoe sizes upon booking.

Trip fee INCLUDES: Route-finding, risk mitigation and instruction from professional mountain guides. Mountain Trip will provide round-trip transportation, ski pack, beacon, shovel and probe, if needed. New, lightweight Alpine Touring Boots, Skis, Skins available for an additional charge. Airbag backpack available for an additional charge.

DOES NOT INCLUDE: Transportation to Telluride, personal clothing, lunch ($20 per person, from Pandora Catering). Some of these items may be available through our office; please inquire for details. We do not have splitboard rentals.

Timing: A full day backcountry ski experience takes 6-8 hours. Half day experiences can be tailored upon request, depending on skier experience and ability. Maximum group size: 8 participants.

 

 

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Guided Ice Climbing

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Join Mountain Trip’s highly-trained staff for a day of ice climbing around Telluride or Ouray. Ice climbing is a perfect outing for adventurous visitors looking to mix up their ski vacation as well as for climbers looking to expand their skill set. Mountain Trip is the only guide service in southwestern Colorado that is accredited by the American Mountain Guides Association (AMGA), the premier credentialing organization in the US. AMGA Accreditation is a recognition of a company’s high standards in risk management, guide training and company procedures. We are the only Telluride-based guide service permitted to guide in the Ouray Ice Park.

Mountain Trip will provide all the necessary technical climbing equipment, unless you would prefer to use your own. Our equipment is top-of-the-line and features the most advanced technology available.

Considerations: Ice climbing trips are great for individuals and families of all ages. We have taken children as young as four years old and adults as old as 75. Clients do not need previous climbing experience, but if they have climbed in the past, please let us know as a wider variety of venues may be accessible to them. All climbers will need to provide shoe sizes upon booking.

Trip fee INCLUDES: Guiding and instruction, group climbing equipment (ropes, ice screws, etc), harness, helmet, ice tools, crampons and ice boots. Hot drinks are provided for all trips and lunch is available upon request for an additional cost ($20 per person, from Pandora Catering). Gloves, gaiters and day packs are also available upon request. Shuttle to our office from the Telluride/Mountain Village area is also included upon request.

DOES NOT INCLUDE: Transportation to and from Ouray ($100 per trip), personal clothing--wear what you would for skiing on-area on a cold day. (ie: heavy, dextourous gloves, puffy jacket, base layers, waterproof pants and shell, etc.)

Timing: Half-day climbs take approximately 4 hours and full day trips about 8 hours+, if driving to/from Ouray. Maximum group size: 12 climbers with the potential for 2-3 hour rotation.

 

 

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Kids Night Out

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Located in the Children's Ski School, Mountain Village at the base of Village Express (Lift 4) under the gondola.

The Telluride Adventure Center is excited to provide an evening out for parents and a memorable Kids Night Out for your children. As you enjoy your time throughout Mountain Village and Telluride, your children will be creating crafts to take home as keepsakes and playing games to make new friends for future ski seasons; making your child's night as memorable as yours.

Telluride Adventure Center Instructors are CPR certified, qualified child care providers, professional, and over 21.

SCHEDULE / HOURS:

Open 5pm to 9pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays all winter long.

PRICING

$60 per child, $25 each additional child in the same family.

WHAT WE DO

Telluride Adventure Center will provide an evening of fun, food, and games. We will learn about one another through interactive indoor games, share dinner and do kitchen experiments like making slime. After dinner there is an outside option, proper attire required.

DINNER MENU

Main Course: Chicken Tenders, Pasta & Gluten Free pasta, Cheese or Hamburgers, Hotdogs
Sides: Apple Sauce, Broccoli, Carrots & Ranch, Steamed Broccoli
Dessert: Chocolate Chip Cookies, Apple Slices, Decorate your own Cookie

Reservations may be made by calling (970) 728-7433 or reserve online.

Telluride Historical Museum

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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

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Join Wagner Custom Skis and Snowboards for a private tour of their sustainable ski factory in the center of Mountain Village. 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: 620 Mountain Village Blvd Unit 1B, Mountain Village, CO 81435

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

NASTAR

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A national recreational ski racing program, NASTAR is the largest program of its kind in the world. Giving recreational racers an opportunity to compete and compare their scores to those of friends and family regardless of when and where they race, NASTAR presents all skiers with the opportunity to race slalom courses at many resorts around the country. When visiting Telluride, consider competing with your family and friends on our world-class race course. Visiting with a group? Set up a race with everybody and compete for the best race times. Single races cost $5 per run and give you access to logs of race times and places you amongst all other NASTAR competitors. Feel like a pro while speeding down the slalom course to victory!

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TAC Snowshoe Rentals

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(970) 728-7433 | adventure@tellurideskiresort.com

 

For those who prefer a more independent experience off-piste, the Telluride Adventure Center offers snowshoe equipment rentals. We are happy to provide you with maps and detailed directions to local trails that cater to all ability levels.

 

PRICING FOR RENTALS  
Snowshoe Rental Package $  35.00
Poles $  5.00
Gaiters $  5.00
Foot Passenger Lift Ticket ( grants you one upload and one download on Sunshine Express/Lift 10 which takes you to the on-mountain Top-A-Ten Nordic and Snowshoe Area) $  25.00

 

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