Telluride is breathtaking, majestic and awe-inspiring. The San Juan Mountains' majestic 14,000 foot peaks are dressed in pure white snow and jut into a beautiful clear blue sky. The historic town of Telluride, surrounded by mountain peaks on all sides, sits at the foot of the ski mountain and still represents the character of a 19th century mining town.
The gondola connects the ski resort with the historic town. Besides being quite convenient, it's a spectacular ride.
While the Mountain Village, located at the resort, is more refined, the authentic 19th century mining town is a bit more rugged. Both sides of Telluride are united by an authentic local feel. Telluride's most distinctive quality is its beauty followed by its total lack of pretension. It represents a comfortable, casual understated affluence.
Telluride Ski Resort offers a genuine mountain experience for all levels of skiers thanks to a mix of quality terrain at all points on the mountain. From refined groomed runs to challenging bumps, there truly is something for everyone. Even beginners and intermediate skiers can ride to the highest peaks and enjoy terrain and views typically reserved for the experts.
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Whether you are looking for a slopeside luxury condominium or a clean, affordable room in town, Gateway Reservations has many options for you to choose from.
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Telluride Mountain Statistics | Trail Map
|Skiable Terrain ||1,700 Acres |
|Longest Run ||4.6 Miles (7.4 km)|
|Total Trails ||84 |
|Trail Difficulty ||24% Beginner|
38% Advanced / Expert
|Total Lifts ||16 Total: 2 high-speed gondolas,|
7 high-speed quads, 2 triples,
2 doubles, 2 surface lifts and 1 magic carpet
|Vertical Drop ||3,530 feet (1,078 m) |
|Elevation ||Minimum: 8,750 ft|
Maximum: 12,255 ft
|Lift Capacity ||21,186 skiers per hour |
|Average Annual Snowfall ||309 inches (789 cm) |
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