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Five Reasons to Linger Longer This Fall

September 22nd 2016

  By Jesse James Mctigue Telluride’s spectacular summers are no secret. Visitors escape to the small mountain hamlet to hike its rugged trails, bike its meandering single track, fish its pristine rivers, and party at its world-class music festivals. All summer the town explodes,...

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Fall and Telluride Blues and Brews Has Arrived

September 13th 2016

There are many tell tale signs that fall has arrived in Telluride—the crispness in the air, the aspens leaves starting their transformation into fiery orange and yellow hues and of course, the Blues and Brews Festival. Now in its 23rd year, the Blues and Brews has grown from a one day event...

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Runners Take on Imogene Pass Run

September 9th 2016

Tomorrow many runners will mark one big item off their bucket list--the Imogene Pass Run. The miles have been logged; the hills have been climbed. Now all that remains is a big dinner with lots of carbos for fuel and a good night’s rest. Tomorrow marks the 43rd Annual Imogene Pass Run, a...

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Telluride, Colorado 2017 Calendar

September 7th 2016

The beauty that encompasses Telluride is awe-inspiring to say the least and Visit Telluride photographer Ryan Bonneau has been shooting the area's mountains, wildlife, activities and more for 15+ years. Now you can day dream and gaze at beautiful Telluride images with our...

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Now Playing: 43rd Annual Telluride Film Festival

September 1st 2016

  The Show signs are up. Every day venues like a hockey rink, elementary school gymnasium and public library meeting room have been transformed into beautiful movie theatres. There is a buzz around town.  These are all signs that Labor Day Weekend and the Telluride Film Festival has...

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Snow Up High Means Fall is Here

August 26th 2016

Last week there was a crispness in the air. A subtle message from Mother Nature that fall was imminent. Now, it has officially arrived with the first snow of the season on the high peaks around Telluride. This annual event is cause for celebration in some circles; in others creates a sense of...

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Telluride Mushroom Festival Celebrates All Things Funghi

August 19th 2016

Telluride is a small town with a big personality. It has a quirky character that celebrates everything from film to wine to mushrooms. The 36th Annual Telluride Mushroom kicks off this weekend and the mountains around Telluride will be full of very happy fungophiles as an abundance of rain...

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UGC Summer Videos

August 18th 2016

Telluride draws some seriously talented videographers and photographers. This summer we ran a UGC (user generated content) video contest and received some great footage.   Darin McClaugherty (@im_dmac) was selected as the winner of the contest for his beautiful aerial footage of town...

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Savor the Remaining Days of Summer

August 12th 2016

Fall is in the air. There is a crispness in the morning that signifies the golden hues of fall will soon dress the mountainsides around Telluride. This time of year always makes me get a little anxious as there is still so much to do as the days of summer come to a (much too rapid) close. There...

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Telluride Jazz Festival Turns 40

August 5th 2016

Happy 40th Anniversary to the Telluride Jazz Festival which kicked off today. The first notes of jazz music floated above the Telluride Valley August 25-26, 1977. The then unknown event included the likes of guitar legend Muddy Waters and the Dizzy Gillespie Quintet on the lineup....

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Our Top 5 Wildflower Hikes

July 29th 2016

When you find yourself enveloped by the high alpine meadow of Larkspur, Indian Paintbrush, Columbines, and King's Crown, it's fair to say you've appreciated a taste of alpine paradise that only occurs in a mighty short window of opportunity.  There is...

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Yoga and Telluride - Two Peas, One Pod

July 22nd 2016

Yoga. Telluride. They go hand in hand.  This beautiful place is chock full of ways to find peace, move your body, and eat really well.  Surround that with the San Juan Mountains and you’ve got yourself a certain je ne sais quoi that is kind of tough to match.  Thankfully,...

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