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When the Ski Legs Need a Break

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Posted by annie@visittelluride.com on 20 February 2015

When you need a break from the slopes, Telluride’s backyard offers an unlimited supply of outdoor adventure.  The list of possibilities is endless but a few of our favorites are mentioned below. Take a snowmobile to a historic ghost town, test your hand at ice climbing, take a glide on the Nordic side or hop on a fat tire bike.

Snowmobiling

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An extensive network of groomed trails just outside Telluride & Mountain village create a snowmobiler’s paradise. OR venture further into the backcountry with local outfitters who offer snowmobile tours for all ages and experience levels. 

Ice Climbing

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Strap on your crampons and grab your ice axe as the alpine setting of the San Juan Mountains offers world-renowned ice climbing. Local guides can help navigate the frozen waterfalls speckled throughout Telluride’s backyard. 

Nordic Skiing

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Nordic terrain offers a change of scenery and a great work out. Groomed tracks are located in Telluride Town Park, on the  Valley Floor, on the Mountain Village golf course, at Trout and Priest Lakes and at the top of Chair Ten (TopATen) on the ski area. The Telluride Nordic Center in Telluride Town Park is a great resource for trail conditions, lessons and gear rentals 

Fat Tire Biking

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Guests can take a spin on the Valley Floor or the uber-fit can explore Bear Creek or Alta Lakes Road. Half day or full day rentals and tours are available. 

Tell us how you would prefer to spend your #TellurideTime off the slopes and be entered to win a $50 Ibex outdoor clothing gift certificate and one of the adventures above. Enter to win here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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