Telluride Ski Resort is a ski resort located in Mountain Village, Colorado right next to Telluride.
The resort was founded by Joseph T. Zoline who hoped to build a “world class resort” from scratch. Telluride’s remoteness, Zoline acknowledged, is also what makes the resort special. Weekend warrior skiiers from the big cities don’t get there by car. This makes Telluride a more out of the way, full-service ski resort with exceedingly short lift lines..
The mountain itself covers the face facing the town of Telluride as well as goes over onto the other side(Prospect Bowl). Telluride has a total of 120 runs and 2,000+ acres (810+ hectacres) of skiable terrain. 23% of Telluride’s runs are ranked at Beginner, 36% Intermediate and 41% Advanced / Expert. Telluride on average receives 309 inches (789 cm) of snow each winter season. All lifts on the mountain close at 4:00 PM, while those on the upper areas of the mountain close earlier so to make sure skiers are gradually making their way down the mountain in time for closing.
Telluride Mountain Village Golf Course, Telluride Mountain Villag Course
18 holes over 6,679 yards with a par of 70 (Private Non-Equity)
565 Mountain Village Blvd
Telluride, CO 81435-9521
The Divide Ranch & Club, Fairway Pines Course
18 holes over 7,039 yards with a par of 72 (Public)
105 Badger Trl N
Ridgway, CO 81432-9493
In Telluride, Colorado you can fish in wildflower-filled meadows with creeks and rivers. But that’s just the beginning. Trout fishing at its best! Gold Medal waters, freestone rivers, small alpine creeks, technical tail-water fishing and high mountain lakes- the fly fisher visiting the Telluride region can find it all. The San Miguel River, the Dolores River, the Gunnison River and numerous lakes are all within easy reach of Telluride.