When the snow starts falling, we don’t retreat indoors! We stay outside for the wonderful array of Telluride winter activities. Our Colorado location is an amazing winter wonderland and playground for winter sports enthusiasts. With the world-class Telluride Ski Resort and traditional winter activities like Nordic skiing and snowmobiling, you won’t want to miss our winters. We also have some more eclectic winter activities like horseback riding in the snow, dog sledding, and even biking in the snow with the use of fat tire bikes.
In Telluride, you can enjoy the beautiful outdoors year-round and stay active in every season.
You can read more about these different winter activities to find ones you’ll want to participate in after you’ve found your dream home in Telluride!
Whether you’re looking for a romantic evening out or a fun nighttime adventure for the whole family, there’s nothing like ...Read More
For a family-friendly snow activity, we recommend heading over to Firecracker Hill, on the south side of Telluride Town Park ...Read More
The Telluride gondola runs for two seasons: Summer (May to October) and winter (November to April). Anyone can ride the ...Read More
Though classes and workshops are offered year-round at Ah Haa, it can be a great activity during the winter if ...Read More
Want to see Telluride’s backcountry trails along the San Juan and Uncompahgre National Forests in a new way? Try dog ...Read More
Thanks to the efforts of the Telluride Nordic Association, plenty of Nordic skiing trails are found within Telluride and the ...Read More
Heli-skiing combines the fun of riding the off-trail powder with skipping past the line for the gondola with your own ...Read More
Telluride is a world renowned destination for Mountain biking and now with the increased availability and popularity of Fat Bikes ...Read More
Telluride and the surrounding regions in Colorado draw visitors from around the world for the amazing ice climbing opportunities. Ice ...Read More
Telluride Ski Resort is located in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado with the highest concentration of 13,000 and 14,000 ...Read More