Maps & Directions

Getting to Telluride is easy: At the hub of southwestern Colorado, the journey to Telluride is a scenic adventure in its own right.

From Montrose - 67 miles

  • Go south on Route 550 to Ridgway, then turn right on Route 62
  • Follow this to Route 145 and turn left
  • Follow the signs into Telluride

From Durango - 125 miles

  • Follow Route 160 from Durango to Mancos
  • Turn right onto Route 184 toward Dolores
  • Turn right onto Route 145, just south of Dolores
  • Follow 145 towardTelluride
  • Approximately 3 miles outside of town, there is a T-intersection—turn right and follow signs into Telluride

From Colorado Springs - 300 miles

  • Take Route 24 west
  • Turn south on 258/24 and proceed to Route 50
  • Turn right on Route 50
  • Proceed over Monarch Pass into Gunnison and then to Montrose
  • Turn left on Townsend and follow Route 550 south to Ridgway
  • In Ridgway, turn right on Route 62
  • Follow this to Route 145 and turn left
  • Follow the signs into Telluride

From Denver - 330 miles

  • Take Interstate 70 west to Grand Junction; go south on Route 50 to Montrose
  • Continue south on Route 550 to Ridgway, then turn right on Route 62
  • Follow this to Route 145 and turn left
  • Follow the signs into Telluride

For maps of the towns of Telluride and Mountain Village, the ski resort trails or the San Juan Skyway, please see the attachments below.

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