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10 Things You Must Do, See, Experience and Eat in Telluride
Telluride’s location at the end of a box canyon in Colorado’s San Juan mountains was determined by miners seeking underground riches in the 1870s. What was good for mining is now spectacular for outdoor recreation and scenic grandeur, and we’re not just talking about wintertime snow and skiing.
Surrounded by high peaks soaring to 14,000-plus feet, this town of some 2,300 people blends history, beauty, events and culture into one authentic and appealing vibe—and did we mention average summer daytime temps in the mid-to-high seventies? A free gondola connects the historic downtown with Mountain Village, a pedestrian-oriented base area that’s a town of its own adjacent to the ski area’s western flanks.
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