3:45pm Powder Update!
ULLR IS GOOD…11” in 24 hours! Lifts 1-9 open at 9 am. Get out and enjoy that fresh powder!
Need some inspiration & motivation? Look no further…
11″ in 24 hours! Lifts 1-9 open at 9 am. Get out and enjoy that fresh powder! #telluride https://t.co/xkSJ8PMzJf
It’s not all bad—the trail running and mountain biking are still sweet. Not to mention the fat biking.
Why not rent a fat bike from Bootdoctors to cruise the town out to the local brewery and distillery?
Get some insight on what adventures the locals seek while we patiently await the much needed snow. Read the full story below in ADVENTURE JOURNAL.
All the cues were there: the days grew shorter, the Thanksgiving turkey was carved and holiday lights were strung. But winter, it seemed, didn’t get the hint. And as the calendar marched through November and into December in Telluride, Colorado, winter remained conspicuously absent. Instead, warm temperatures and clear, dry days prevailed.
Never Let Success Go To Your Head
Dr. Haley Perlus shares her sport and exercise psychology that we can all apply to our lives to keep us confident, motivated, and focused.
Check out the video & full article from TELLURIDE INSIDE & OUT.
We first met Dr. Haley Perlus at the Telluride WOW Festival. We asked if she would share her pearls with out readers. Haley’s advice tends to apply equally to sports – and to life in general.
A Travel Guide to Telluride, Where There’s More Snow Than in New York Right Now
Telluride has long been the cool place for folks who want the adventure and beauty of the ski culture and mountains without the overblown fashion hype of Aspen or Vail.
Watch out cuz here comes the supermodels once they find this gem in W!
Don’t worry though the authentic down to earth charm of our hidden box canyon lets everyone relax and drop the pretense.
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As you make the drive from the airport in Montrose, Colorado into Telluride, you pass the remains of old mining operations and wind through the striking San Miguel Mountains. The anticipation continues to build until finally, you drive into the box canyon where Telluride (which was originally named Columbia when it was founded back in 1878) sits.