Holiday Prelude 2014

 Holiday Prelude 2014
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Date:
03rd Dec 2014 - 14th Dec 2014
Time:
Starts at 09:00am

Get into the holiday spirit in Telluride during the Holiday Prelude. Held from December 3rd through December 14th, attendees will enjoy two weeks of hoilday activities including tree lighting ceremonies, a trip to the North Pole to visit Santa, live music, kids crafts and cookie making, and a lot more. Don't miss out on everything Telluride and Mountain Village have to offer this holiday season!  

Come down for the night, ski the next day and enjoy this festive time of year. There are a variety of Holiday Prelude lodging specials. Check out our Stay & Ski Package starting at $104 per person/per night. That is a tremendous savings! Other lodging specials include:

  • 25 % off at lumieré
  • 25 % off at the Fairmont Heritage Place, Franz Klammer Lodge
  • 30% off at Mountain Lodge
  • 25% off at Inn at Lost Creek
  • 20 % off at Telluride Resort Lodging 
  • $129 rate at New Sheridan Hotel 
  • up to 30% off at Peaks Resort & Spa
  • $169 Deluxe Room and breakfast for two at Madeline Hotel & Residences

If you do not see a lodging special  that fits your needs, call Telluride Central Reservations at 1-888-605-2578.

Calendar of Events:

December 3

  • Noel Night, 5 pm, various stores in the Town of Telluride

December 5

December 6

December 7:

December 12:

December 13:

December 14:

NOT TO BE MISSED!

Telluride Non-Profit Holiday Events:

 

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