Telluride Outside/Telluride Angler

Telluride Outside/Telluride Angler
  • Telluride Outside/Telluride Angler
  • Telluride Outside/Telluride Angler
  • Telluride Outside/Telluride Angler
  • Telluride Outside/Telluride Angler
  • Telluride Outside/Telluride Angler
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Telluride

Telluride Outside is the region’s most experienced guide service, serving Telluride since 1984. We offer six classic Colorado adventures: fly fishing, 4-WD tours, whitewater rafting, mountain bike tours, snowmobiling and photography tours. We also operate Telluride’s only year-around specialty fly shop, Telluride Angler, carrying top fly fishing brands including Scott, Sage, Abel, Ross, Nautilus and Simms.

We’re a beginner-friendly, family-oriented company, committed to leading memorable, exciting trips in Telluride’s spectacular high country. Find out why Telluride Outside has been the local favorite for over than 25 years!

Book with Telluride Outside now.

Telluride Angler is Telluride Outside’s full-service fly shop, offering equipment sales, rentals, licenses and guide service trips 12-months-a-year.   Our knowledgeable staff is always happy to answer questions, rig your equipment and steer you toward the hottest local fishing through the year.  Telluride Angler carries the finest equipment brands in the sport, including Scott, Sage, Abel, Ross, Nautilus, Tibor, Lamson, Simms, Scientific Anglers, Fishpond and Ex Officio.  We also serve anglers worldwide through our popular online store, www.tellurideangler.com.  Visit Telluride Angler, one of the country’s finest specialty fly shops, located right here in Telluride!

Contact Details:

Telluride Outside/Telluride Angler
121 W. Colorado Avenue, PO Box 685, Telluride, 81435
Tel:
800.831.6230
Fax:
970.728.2062

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