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Blues and Brews Festival returns to Telluride

September 20th 2016

The Telluride Blues and Brews Festival returned to Colorado for its 23rd year. Click here for the full article. 

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Telluride: Good Movies, Welcome Back

September 8th 2016

Either no one has noticed or no one has compalined, but for longer than I've chosen to admit - at least publicly - my annual roundups from this lovely little town in the Rocky Mountains have followed the same template, and the same emotional arc: "After a grim summer at the movies, the...

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A summer visit to the many sides of Telluride

August 23rd 2016

The first trip to Telluride requires no planning.  Visitors need only drive into the box canyon with its red and white cliffs, topped by a crown of jagged blue peaks, marvel at its unsurpassed beauty, retrieve their jaw from the valley floor and then repeat the process on all subsequent days...

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Commercial Flights Return to TEX

July 27th 2016

TELLURIDE, Colorado (July 26, 2016) – Colorado Flights has completed a deal with Great Lakes Airlines to reinstate commercial air service to Telluride Airport (TEX) beginning December 17, 2016. Great Lakes will operate year-round flights to Denver International Airport (DEN),...

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Now Showing in Telluride

July 6th 2016

This article on Telluride was written in September of 1977.  It's a great read from the archives of the Washington Post. Click here for the full article. 

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Colorado Skiing: Tall Peaks, Small-Town Feel of Telluride

January 20th 2016

I first fell in love with Telluride nearly 20 years ago, when a good friend who had just bought a place there invited me and a few others out for our annual girls' ski trip.  It immediately became our ski resort of choice, thanks to wide open slopes, stunning views, lack of lift...

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Spirit of the West

January 7th 2016

Telluride’s famous mountain peaks get all the glory, but the town itself – with a history shaped by miners, hippies, Scandinavian settlers and infamous bank robbers – captures the imagination in any season. Click here for the full article. 

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Skiing at Tarantino's Telluride: On location for The Hateful Eight

January 1st 2016

  Driving down Telluride's main strip, Colorado Avenue, is quite an experience.  Authentic western0style hotels, bars, and restaurants line the street, the snow-draped ridges and peaks of the San Juans Mountains line the horizon, and the steep ski runs of the town's high...

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Why Telluride Is So Much More Than Just a World-Class Ski Town

December 29th 2015

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Five Fairly Ridiculous Ski Destinations You'll Never Forget

December 21st 2015

The annual ski vacation has a ski vacation problem: namely, that all your slopeside memories start to fade together into an indistinguishable blur if you’ve been doing it long enough. Yes, there was snow, pine trees and après festivities involving a fire and sore feet. There...

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The 10 Most Beautiful Towns in Colorado

December 11th 2015

There is no doubt that Colorado is one of the most beautiful states in the nation.  A varied landscape from majestic mountains to lovely plains as well as a rich history that will bring out the inner photographer in anyone.  From popular skiing destinations to former mining towns to...

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36 Hours in Telluride, Colorado

December 10th 2015

There are steeper ski resorts than Telluride. There are ski resorts that get more snow. But few places are more friendly and prettier than this town at the end of a box canyon in the tall San Juan Mountains, a place so cinematic that Quentin Tarantino was here last winter filming his...

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