PET Telluride says, “Our veterinarian approved pet food and supply store carries everything from dog + cat food, treats, toys, beds, accessories and much more!”
Sometimes you don’t know what you’re missing until that thing appears! This summer one of those things opens for the first time — the Telluride Canopy Adventure!
This summer Telluride visitors will be able to enjoy the brand new Telluride Canopy Adventure. Climb up to heights of up to 140 feet for an aerial experience you won’t forget including ziplining, bridge crossings, and rappelling.
Get your adrenaline pumping in this exciting new mountain adventure experience. You’ll enjoy a safety briefing and get geared up before riding the Village Express Chairlift to your adventure training area. Once there you’ll be off on your sky high journey including five ziplines, two aerial bridges and two rappels. Along the way, take in the views of the surrounding San Juan Mountains and breathe in that fresh mountain air.
At the end of your tour, you’ll catch a ride back to the Mountain Village Core where you can enjoy any number of post-adventure drinks or meals.
The adventure will take you approximately 3 hours beginning to end and will cost you $675 for a private, guided experience including up to 6 guests. Tours start at 9am and the last tour departs at 2:30pm. Telski asks that guests arrive at the Adventure Center 15 minutes prior to your scheduled start time.
There are a few nitty gritty details that you should know before embarking on this trip: Ages 15 and under will need to be accompanied by an adult. The minimum weight is 70lbs and the maximum weight is 250lbs and you’ll need to be 6’6″ or shorter to enjoy.Canopy Adventure season runs from June 19 – September 19 and then weekends only September 25 – October 3. Tours are of course weather dependent and tours will be refunded if tours are cancelled due to weather.
Lodging In Telluride has the perfect place to stay during your visit — make yourself at home in Mountain Village at Blue Mesa Lodge Unit 22 or stay in the heart of Telluride Town at the newly remodeled Spiral Stairs 11. Whether in town or in Mountain Village, you’re always a short gondola ride away from the action you seek. We have nearly 50 properties — surely something just right for you and your travel companions.
Get out to Telluride and get your adventure on! We’ll see you out there.
When you plan a trip to Telluride, you’re likely envisioning adventure-filled days full of skiing or hiking and biking. Maybe you’re planning to ice climb or traverse the Via Ferrata… All of that action while thrilling can be taxing on the body, so be sure to leave time for recovery and relaxation.
There’s no shortage of spa treatment options here in our little box canyon, from traditional massages to specialty organic treatments. If you’re looking for a unique restorative experience you could try time in a healing salt cave or at the oxygen bar. Here’s a rundown of your options when it comes to rest and relaxation in Telluride’s spas:
This Telluride spa offers many traditional relaxation and beauty spa therapies such as massage therapy and facials using luxurious nutrient rich organic, plant based age defying skin care. Additionally, PURE offers an oxygen bar and Telluride’s only Salt Cave (see below).
Have you tried the salt cave craze yet? The salt cave can be a magical and healing experience. The Himalayan Salt has many properties that as you breathe in and absorb through your skin the tiny particles get down to the cellular level to provide many health benefits. If you’re looking for something unique and super relaxing, try the salt cave! You can also schedule your massage or yoga session in the cave.
How about some harmonic light therapy and a-shiatsu massage? Yes, please! Telluride Spa Concierge recently introduced a CBD body wrap which is unique to this practice. They will also come to your location or offer a variety of locations for their therapeutic and relaxing services.
Looking for a massage in the comfort of your vacation rental? Alpine Massage might be your best best. This crew offers apres ski massage, sports massage, deep tissue massage, relaxing or swedish massage, lomi lomi massage, and more. If you want the ultimate treat of not having to leave your vacation rental you can relax there and they will bring the massage to you.
Aroma Spa located on main street in Telluride provided facials, massage, and hair and nail services. The works package combines a facial, massage, reflexology, a hot hand & foot treatment, and Reiki in one treatment . Also all of our products are organic & aromatherapy based. Oxygen Bar your first stop to avoid Altitude Sickness. Breathing 95%+ pure humidified oxygen with an Aromatherapy treatment alleviates most symptoms from high altitude. It’s worth a try!
Nestled in The Peaks Resort in Mountain Village, just a gondola ride away from Telluride, offers a variety of standard and unique spa experiences. Along with your spa experience you’ll also have access to the resort’s pool and exercise facilities as an added perk. Indulge in a Mountain Moisture Drench which begins with a hypnotic massage, layering a warm mineral-rich seaweed serum infused with aromatic Japanese Ume Plum Extracts to revitalize the skin followed by a detailed massaged sealing in moisture with Sea Fennel Massage Wax. Perhaps you want to Detox, then try the Deep Forest Detox Treatment — You’ll be exfoliated with a blend of volcanic pumice, Coffee Arabica, black silt clay, Indian Sarsaparilla, and honey then lavished in replenishing Sicilian Bergamot, balsam and fir to smooth and firm the skin.
Whether your’e in it for a quick rejuvenation between excursions or want a full day of pampering, Telluride offers the spa experiences you’re looking for to really relax during your vacation.
Mountain biking has long been a staple of Telluride’s summer adventure offerings, but during summer of 2019, Telluride Ski Resort is elevating the game with the brand new Telluride Bike Park. This new and completely unique lift-served experience offers variety of interconnected free ride, technical & cross-country trails, camps and guides for all abilities. Whether you’re a never-ever biker or an expert, this new biking experience has something for you!
The Telluride Bike Park is expected to open July 5 (weather permitting). The Telluride Bike Park will feature new free ride trails in addition to enhancements to the existing network of technical trails and to the existing network of multi-use XC Trails within the resort area. Bikers will be able to use the Village Express (Lift 4) located right in the Mountain Village core to access the Telluride Bike Park!
Visitors can expect Phase I of the Telluride Bike Park to be completed in 2019, to include approximately 15 trails spread over 17 miles. There will be approximately 5 miles of Green Trails, 8 miles of Blue Trails and 4 miles of Black Trails, offering a variety of rated terrain to explore.
During operating hours, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., lift access to the Mountain Bike Trail Network will require an access pass. Before 10 a.m. and after 6 p.m. the free ride and technical trails in the Bike Park are closed, but riders can access the XC Trails without an access pass. XC trails usual include a mix of rolling terrain, uphill climbs and downhill stretches consisting of multi-use single-track, double-track, and service roads and these trails allow for hiking and biking.
Single-Day Mountain Bike Pass:
Single-day access to all XC, FREERIDE and TECHNICAL trails, and Village Express (Lift 4). $36/day, which includes a $1 donation to NFF.
Telluride Bike Park Season Pass:
For non-winter Season Passholders. Unlimited Mountain Bike Trail Season Pass with access to all XC, FREERIDE and TECHNICAL trails, and Village Express (Lift 4). $199, which includes a $25 donation to the NFF.
For TSG Winter Season Passholders:*
Unlimited Mountain Bike Trail Season Pass with access to all XC, FREERIDE and TECHNICAL trails, and Village Express (Lift 4). $25 NFF Donation
*This option is for full winter season passholders only and does not apply to complimentary or multi-day passes from the previous winter.
XC Trail Season Pass:
Access to XC trails only (NO Bike Park, Freeride or Technical Trail, or Village Express (Lift 4) access). $25 NFF Donation.
Whether it’s your first time visiting Telluride or your 50th, this new bike park offers new adventures and opportunities to indulge in summer in Telluride. For more information and updates, visit Telluride Ski and Golf Resort’s Bike Park page. See you on the trails!
Lodging In Telluride is always looking for stylish, comfortable, amazing properties for you to enjoy as as a home base for your grand Telluride adventures. Our newest property, High Alpine Hideaway, is no exception! Tucked away in Telluride’s serene Ski Ranches neighborhood, this split-level studio guest is a true retreat providing peace and quiet, surrounded by nature. We’re very excited to add this guest house to our portfolio!
The Ski Ranches neighborhood is just a quick 13-minute drive from Telluride town and an 8-minute drive to the Mountain Village Gondola Station. With close, easy access to highway 145, it’s easy to get anywhere you want to be in the region.
High Alpine Hideaway is a split-level guest house with an open floor plan and outdoor patio overlooking an open meadow. This property easily accommodates four guests with a queen bed and queen sleeper sofa. A fully equipped kitchen allows you to make a meal and enjoy the views.
This property features a washer/dryer, beautiful heated floors, free wifi, and private/free parking. In winter months, we suggest an all-wheel/four-wheel drive vehicle to comfortably access this home.
If you’re looking to enjoy the hustle of town and outdoor adventures by day and have a quiet, private place to come home to at night, this studio guest house vacation rental might be just right for you! Come enjoy your own little slice of Colorado heaven, surrounded by nature. We’re waiting for you.
Lodging In Telluride is a locally owned and operated property management company. Whether you’re looking for support managing your property or looking for the perfect place to stay for your vacation we’re here to make it easy with personalized, friendly service.
Find more details and check availability for High Alpine Hideaway here.
While some may dream of lounging around the beach during a tropical spring break, we suggest staying cool with a getaway to the mountains! Spring break generally falls in March or early April which is often still prime skiing time here in Telluride. And even if you’re not a skier, we have plenty of other activities to ensure your spring break has the perfect balance of excitement and relaxation. Whether you’re traveling with friends or family, there’s something for everyone to enjoy this spring in Telluride. Skip the hot, sandy, sweaty beach this year and come shred the mountain, have a cocktail by the fireplace, or check out the hot springs on the western slope of Colorado.
Skiing: March and April are still big snow months most years! The ski resort and gondola close April 7 in 2019, so most spring breakers can still plan a ski getaway for spring break. From little kids and beginner adults to advanced skiers, there’s terrain or lessons for anyone in your group. One of the best things about skiing Telluride is you’ll spend your time taking turns and not waiting in lift lines!
Snowmobile Adventures: Not into skiing or maybe want to try something different? Take a snow mobile tour! From family friendly tours to advanced terrain tours your spring break group will see the surrounding area from a whole new perspective.
Sledding: Grab a sled and head to Firecracker Hill in Telluride’s Town Park for a fun-filled day for the young and young at heart.
Hot Springs: Check out our post about the best hot springs around Telluride here.
There are so many other adventures you could embark on including ice climbing, back country tours, and more. You can read our guide to winter activities that don’t involve skiing for more ideas!
Spas: Adventure is great, but the key word in spring break is BREAK! Hit Telluride’s Salt Cave for some deep breathing, relaxation and detoxification at Pure Beauty, while you’re there check out the new oxygen bar for an extra boost. Maybe a massage is in order after a few days of skiing, check out Telluride Spa Concierge to find the right match for you.
Hot Springs: There are a number of hot springs located within a short drive of the town of Telluride. You can check out our round-up of local hot springs options here.
Swimming: If it doesn’t feel like spring break to you without a dip in the pool, you might venture up to Mountain Village and get dinner at the Mountain Lodge which allows you access to the properties heated pool. Another option is to enjoy one of the Lodging in Telluride properties that offers access to a heated pool or hot tub!
Art Walk: How about a casual evening strolling around our historical town enjoying wine and art? Telluride Arts District hosts monthly art walks if you happen to visit the first week of the month. The first Thursday of each month Telluride Arts HQ, town galleries, and restaurants host a reception and artists from 5-8pm.
Telluride Historical Museum: Get in from the cool, possibly snowy weather, for an hour or two and explore what used to be the local hospital in our town’s mining days, but now serves as the local history museum. Learn about our area’s Ute heritage, robust mining history, and ski and festival history. Visitors can also participate in historic walking tours of Telluride, Fireside Chats, or the Hike/Ski into History program.
Music & Entertainment: You can check out our 2019 Telluride Winter Entertainment Guide.
The town of Mountain Village is connected to the town of Telluride via free gondola ride. Enjoy your scenic ride up and over the mountain then spend some time exploring the Mountain Village core. Check out the Telluride Distillery tasting room, grab a glass of wine at M Bar at the Madeline Hotel, or enjoy a dinner with amazing views at the Altezza restaurant at The Peaks Resort. Little ones will enjoy ice cream from Tracks, a sweet treat from Dylan’s Candy Bar or video games and pizza at Crazy Elk Pizza. Shop for gear or some on-trend jewelry or clothing.
Of course you could spend hours just strolling and shopping up and down our main street, Colorado Ave. Also, be sure to enjoy some of our amazing bars and restaurants.
While Telluride might be known for uncrowded ski terrain and its charming small-town vibe, you may not know that Telluride has a bustling arts and entertainment scene. While our little ski town has tons of winter sport activities and après hang outs, let’s take a look at what’s coming up in Telluride this winter. From art walks to concerts to comedy — there’s something for every taste. During your next visit be sure to check out these awesome acts and venues for your fill of music, theater or art.
You can check out more spring and summer events and festivals on our events calendar.
Thinking about visiting? Be sure to search our rental availability for the date of your event, we’d be happy to host your stay while you explore the cultural side of Telluride.
4 Emancipator at Sheridan Opera House
5 Trout Steak Revival at Sheridan Opera House
11 Beatles vs. Stones at Sheridan Opera House
11 Floozies at Club Red
12 Kitchen Dwellers & Magic Beans at Sheridan Opera House
12 Motet at Club Red
20 Papadosio at Sheridan Opera House
23 Second City: It’s Not You, It’s Me at The Palm
24 Nappy Roots at The Liberty
26 Tnertle at The Liberty
1-4 Young People’s Theater “Mama Mia” at Sheridan Opera House
2 The Higgs at The Liberty
5 JJ Grey & MOFRO at Club Red
7 Zoso at Sheridan Opera House
8 ORGONE at Sheridan Opera House
9 Mike Dillon at The Liberty
10 BodyTraffic (Contemporary Dance) at The Palm
10-11 Chris Robinson Brotherhood at Sheridan Opera House
16 J-CALVIN at the Liberty
21 Infamous Stringdusters at Sheridan Opera House
22 Euforquestra at The Liberty
24 Joshua Radin & Lissie at Sheridan Opera House
6 Stephen Marley Acoustic Band at Sheridan Opera House
6-17 Since I Dreamed, A dream play with theatre, dance, & installation art from Telluride Theatre at The Palm
7 Coco Montoya & Tinsley Ellis at Sheridan Opera House
9 North Mississippi Allstars at Sheridan Opera House
15 Niceness at Sheridan Opera House
17-18 Galactic at Sheridan Opera House
27-28 Burlesque: Cheap Thrills from Telluride Theatre at Sheridan Opera House
29-30 Burlesque: Live! from Telluride Theatre at Sheridan Opera House
4 Tim O’Brien Band at Sheridan Opera House
BINGO Thursdays, Dec 6, 2018 – Mar 21 from Telluride Theatre at The Phoenix Bean
Karaoke and Open Mic Nights Weekly at The Liberty
Mind Blown at the Madeline (Magic), January – April at The Madeline Hotel
Round out that ski vacation with some live music or an art walk… though we warn you, you will only fall deeper in love with our historic little town. You’ve been warned!
Since we get to live here, it’s not that surprising to us, but it is still very exciting to be named the top ski resort by Condé Nast Traveler for the sixth time in the past seven years! What locals know is that Telluride has worked hard and managed to maintain its down-to-earth authenticity, but it’s nice to hear that visitors and editors recognize and love the same things that we do about this magical mountain town.
THIS FORMER MINING VILLAGE COMBINES EPIC SKIING ON UNCROWDED, HIGH-ALTITUDE RUNS WITH UNPRETENTIOUS OLD WEST VIBES.
The Condé Nast Traveler article goes on to describe not just the chill vibe of Telluride, but its uncrowded and beautiful ski terrain, the abundance of unique and delicious eateries, and our wonderful lodging options.
Be sure to check out the full article from Condé Nast Traveler.
Telluride has recently received a few other accolades. Forbes also named Telluride the number two ski resort in North America for 2019. Forbes uses a calculation of various factors including “snowfall, terrain, crowds and town ambience. These factors are baked into a master algorithm that yields, for 220 ski resorts on the continent, a Pure Awesomeness Factor, or PAF.” Forbes gave Telluride a PAF of 95.7, putting us in second place and highlighting that “scenery-wise, there is no North American ski town that competes.”
THE CONVENIENCE, CHARM AND RAW SKIING CREDENTIALS OF THIS PLACE MAKE IT UNIQUE IN NORTH AMERICA, AND A PLACE THAT SHOULD BE AT THE TOP OF ANY SKIER’S LIST.
Check out the full Forbes ranking.
303 Magazine also just published a list of 21 Colorado restaurants with a view and included Telluride’s Alpino Vino and Altezza. We could of course add a few suggestions to their list, including Allred’s, Bon Vivant, Giuseppe’s, and Gorrono Ranch!
If you’re ready to visit Telluride for the first time or the 100th, we’re here to help you find your perfect home away from home. Whether it’s ski season or summer festival season, let us know how we can help. You can search our properties here. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
Lodging in Telluride is pleased to announce a third option in Cimarron Lodge is now available as part of our portfolio of well-maintained, affordable properties. Cimarron 31 is the perfect location for a family or couples sharing accommodations who want the comfort of home away from home. This convenient, spacious property offers plenty of space for sleeping, eating and relaxing, and is sure to become a favorite for many Telluride visitors.
Not only is Cimarron Lodge 31 a comfortable, spacious vacation rental property, but it’s hard to beat its location. Located right on the San Miguel River, the lodge offers summer visitors easy access to all of town’s festivals and events via a leisurely stroll on the River Trail. Telluride’s Town Park is just a 10-minute walk away. In summer, guests have direct access to hiking/biking trails. In the winter season, Cimarron Lodge provides true ski-in/ski-out access in the town of Telluride, which can be hard to find! Lift 7 is just outside the door with a ticket window and ski lockers located just below this condo.
In addition to its amazing location with views of the mountain and ski areas. Cimarron Lodge also offers guests underground parking and access to hot tubs. The grocery store is a two-minute walk away and the bustle of main street’s shops and restaurants just a five-minute walk away.
Cimarron 31 provides amazing value for Telluride visitors. This immaculately kept condo opens with the great room featuring a large, comfy couch, breakfast bar, fully stocked kitchen and dining table. You can quickly throw together a hot meal and kick back to enjoy some down time with friends after a long day of adventuring.
The condo sleeps four with a queen bed on the main floor its own full-sized bathroom. Upstairs, the spacious king bedroom with en suite bathroom also opens to a large, sunny deck with views of the ski area. Closets and dressers in both bedrooms provide lots of storage for belongings.
If you’re looking for a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom vacation rental in a prime Telluride location, look no further! To reserve this lovely property, call the team at Lodging In Telluride, 877-900-2601, or check availability here. We are a boutique vacation rental management company located in beautiful Telluride, Colorado. We will make sure that you are at home in Telluride.
While Telluride is a National Historic District and that means some things can’t and won’t change much (one thing we love about this place!), some things do change, and we’re here with your guide to what might be new to you since your last trip to Telluride.
Love Whisky? Looking for a new late-night hang for your next visit to Telluride? Add Wood Ear to your list. In the historic Roma building, you’ll find Texas smokehouse classics and Japanese cuisine paired with a whole lotta whiskey. From unique ramen and rice bowls to tacos and smoked meat dishes, you can dine in or outdoors or take your food to go. Wood Ear has late-night offerings and a full schedule with live music, Sunday Funday specials, themed events, and more.
Looking for a hearty, delicious and quick breakfast or lunch? This new Mountain Village offering from Telluride Ski Resort offers customized, hand-rolled, gourmet burritos and bowls. Custom build your own bowl or burrito between 7:30am and 3pm daily. Eggs cooked to order are available at breakfast time and gluten-free alternatives are available. It’s the custom homemade sauces and salsas like Local Honey Sambal Oelek, Orange Soy Crema, and Kimchi Salsa that take your breakfast or lunch up a notch.
The Peaks Resort not only revamped Altezza’s menu this year, but has taken it up a notch by incorporating a new plant-based menu. The smoked hummus, Thai kale sprouts salad, or the forest mushroom ragout may entice even the most avid meat eater. If you’re thinking, “no thanks,” there’s always the ahi tuna gyro porcini rubbed steaks to satisfy your appetite. No matter which meal you choose to enjoy, plant-based or otherwise, you’re sure to enjoy the panoramic views of Telluride.
Another recent addition to the Mountain Village Core, this quick service option offers some of Telluride’s more affordable grub. Enjoy high quality hot dogs, salads, baked potatoes, and snacks made to order. In addition to a wide variety of hot dog bun and topping options, you can also satisfy your sweet tooth by choosing from an array of delicious milkshake flavors.
The website says, “Leave your knives, guns and cell phones at the door.” While The Tunnel has been around since last season, you may not know about this well-kept “secret.” With good reason though: The Tunnel, essentially a speakeasy experience, is a throwback to the prohibition era during Telluride’s mining days. You need a reservation and a password to enter. A small trap door will open on the front door where the password is to be given. With only two intimate dining spaces, guests are escorted to their seats and greeted with a cocktail or mocktail followed by a five-course Chef’s tasting menu paired with molecular mixed spirits, wine and non-alcoholic beverages. The “theme” and menu changes every few weeks, along with the password, of course. You can find the password on their Facebook page or in The Daily Planet classified ads under “The Tunnel.”
Long-time favorite of locals and visitors alike, “The Buck,” as it’s lovingly called ’round these parts has had a facelift. Not to worry though, owners were careful to honor the bar’s history and vibe, and took care not to get “too fancy” with things. However, this watering hole is now up to code and structurally sound with a bit better flow and use of space. Plans for a rooftop bar are now in the works and space in the back has been re-established for restaurant. The restaurant space will be completely separate however; stay tuned for details about “The National,” which we hear is coming to that space soon.
Telluride’s Chinese restaurant has closed. Shanghai Palace closed in October of 2018 and will now be a pit stop for travelers passing through Montrose on their way to Telluride. Hankerings for asian food can still be filled by Pescado, Tallay, or Siam’s Tallay (Mountain Village).
You’re staying in a vacation rental because you want to feel like you have a home away from home. What’s better than fresh flowers to brighten your day? Be sure to stop by Nested Petal and Home, purveyor of uniquely cultivated florals and decor, tucked in the back of Telluride’s Apotheca Pharmacy. Telluride’s newest floral shop offers delicately curated floral arrangements, gifts for the home and garden, and more.
Maybe you already know about the amazing affects of time spent in a salt cave… but did you know Telluride has its own cave now? Tucked into the Pure Beauty & Wellness Spa (which has also changed locations) you can find the calming, soothing, healing salt cave which can help if you’re having trouble with our high altitude or with allergies. In between adventures, take some time to meditate and breathe deep while you absorb minerals through your breath and skin. If you want to take your relaxation to the next level, book a massage in the salt cave. You can also enjoy yoga surrounded by pink himalayan salt. The cave offers guided meditation sessions, unguided relaxation sessions, private sessions and couples sessions. Read more about the benefits of time in the salt cave here.
Side by Side Telluride and PET Telluride offer options for souveniers for your four-legged friends back home. Side by Side’s website says: “We believe in the power of nutrition to add years to your pet’s life. Years of snuggling side by side, years of running side by side, years of loving side by side. That’s why we are so passionate about making food that is complete and balanced for your pet’s needs, jam-packed with the best and most appropriate nutrients.”
PET Telluride says, “Our veterinarian approved pet food and supply store carries everything from dog + cat food, treats, toys, beds, accessories and much more!”
The construction of the new multi-use lot including a parking facility, affordable housing and the future home of the Ah Haa Arts School at 160 Fir Street has commenced. All of the businesses surrounding the area, including The Market at Telluride and Baked in Telluride, are still open. There is however, a gaping hole in the ground which comes with occasional sidewalk and street closures.
Be sure to check out some of these new Telluride stops during your next trip to our beautiful mountain town. Looking for a place to stay? Be sure to search Lodging In Telluride rentals to find the best vacation rental for you. Questions? Give us a call 888-476-2056 or email email@example.com.
We’re thrilled to announce another beautiful, perfectly located condo has joined our growing inventory of vacation rentals in beautiful Telluride, Colorado! Fall Line 308, a recently remodeled two-bedroom condo with a prime, central location is now available as another stylish yet affordable vacation rental.
Fall Line 308 sleeps up to four guests and features modern, mountain-chic styling. Enjoy a home cooked meal at the oversized kitchen island before hitting the slopes or enjoy a board game with the kids in the open floor plan after a fulfilling day of hiking (the Bear Creek trailhead is just steps away!). The comfortable bedrooms feature a queen bed and two twin beds which can be converted to a king bed upon request.
The Fall Line complex is right in the heart of Telluride and is an easy walk to main street, the gondola and chair lift, Town Park and trail heads. This is the perfect location for summer festivals in Town Park! It’s less than a block away from Telluride’s amazing Wilkinson Public Library which offers usual and unusual rentals for visitors (think Karaoke machines!)
This unit features sky lights for additional natural light, a fully stocked kitchen, a washer and dryer, and free wifi. The Fall Line complex is a short walk from the River Trail, and offers guests covered parking and a hot tub to soak in after a full day of adventure.
To reserve this lovely property, call the team at Lodging In Telluride, 888-998-6471, or check availability here. We are a boutique vacation rental management company located in beautiful Telluride, Colorado. Whether you are a guest visiting our town for your vacation, or a Telluride homeowner, we will make sure that you are at home in Telluride.