Ashley Boling

Location: 
Telluride
Hours of Operation: 

By appointment only

Ashley Boling, former Director of the Telluride Institute, has lived in Telluride for over 16 years and has been active on the stage, in the classroom and in the San Juan Mountains.

Locally, he has worked with the Telluride Institute, the San Miguel River Watershed Project, Telluride Academy, the Telluride School District, various Summer festivals and KOTO radio. As a watershed Instructor, Ashley has spent time in the Nucla/Naturita and Norwood schools researching, writing, rehearsing and performing original plays about the founding of both Nucla and Norwood.

Ashley, his wife Suzan and their young son Lochlan, love to explore the wilds of the San Miguel River and the surrounding mountains.

Click here for a map of Ashley's interpretative tour.

Contact Details:

Ashley Boling
Tel:
970.728.6639
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