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Telluride, Colorado, stands out in a state known for immense natural beauty. A true alpine paradise, the greater Telluride region is nestled in the San Juan Mountains, part of the iconic Rocky Mountains. The San Juan Mountains are an important part of the area's heritage. This range has provided for centuries, starting when nomadic indian tribes who made the valley floor home during the summer. Today, the mountains continue to play a vital role, creating a legendary winter resort and a striking backdrop for summer festivals in Telluride Town Park.
Rocky Mountain High
There are four 14,000-foot peaks in the region, the greatest concentration of “fourteeners” in North America.
Centrally located in southwestern Colorado, Telluride is also a short distance from other popular attractions, such as the Four Corners Region, multiple national parks and the Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.