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Travel Blogs from Telluride
... was all atwitter about showing us Telluride. We had a quick refreshment and set off for Mountain Village. We walked to a gondola ride station and boarded a gondola system for Telluride. This is a feeder/commuter system for getting skiers from outlying communities to Telluride for skiing and shopping. It’s the first FREE transit system of its kind in the US.
Telluride is ...
... We arrived in Ouray and parked to ask about the road conditions. Jeff at Colorado West Jeep Rentals was an ORACLE. Without Jeff, we would have been between a rock and a vulture's beak. We unraveled our scrolls and he pointed us in the right direction toward Ironton and up Corkscrew Gulch to Hurricane Pass. We started through box canyon and I saw the horizontal gas meter. Back down the hill we went to the Phillips 66. We yelled thanks to Jeff for a second time and he waved back ...
... shoot and enjoying having us there! Then, we went for a quick walk up to the waterfall in Ouray before it started raining. We took our trademark "scared" photo on the top of the ridge before coming back down and heading off to our campsite for the evening. This was just a plot of land in a valley with no one around...we had a riverside plot all to ourselves which was beautiful! Jess and Jackson tried to trick me into ...
... and the scenery was beautiful. The mountain landscape was very dramatic. Overall, this was the steepest mountain I’ve skied. I had always heard that Telluride was uncrowded, but I didn’t really think it was any less crowded than some of the other places I’ve skied out West (Steamboat, Aspen/Snowmass). In fact, I felt like it seemed more crowded, maybe because I’d always heard how uncrowded it was that I expected more. I ski the East mostly, and it was ...
... artists and vacationers in the summer. I think there's a music, yoga, car, film or artist festival every weekend. We just missed the huge Telluride Bluegrass festival.
We spent 4-5 hours wondering around the town, had a nice lunch, met a few locals, did a bit of shopping and then headed up to a recommended alpine lake 10 miles away called Woods Lake.
Woods Lake is a small alpine ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking