ResortQuest Boomerang Village

Address: 666 West Colorado Avenue, Telluride, Colorado, 81435, United States | Condo
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Location

This condo, located on 666 West Colorado Avenue, Telluride, is near Mountain Village, Ski Butlers, Telluride Helitrax, and San Miguel River Valley.
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Travel Blogs from Telluride

Mesa Verde and Telluride day 15

A travel blog entry by scurrington on Sep 09, 2014

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... parking area. Short walk down the the waiting site for the ranger. The view of the cliff palace was amazing. It looked like something out of Aladdin or a Hollywood set but this was the settling of the Pueblo people. They lived here around 550 AD till 1200 AD. The walk down to the cliff palace was daunting, steep stairs lead down the narrow walk way. As we approached the cliff palace it seemed a lot more real then view from the cliff top. The ranger spoke ...

Telluride day 1

A travel blog entry by jimandabby1 on Sep 09, 2013

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... the store and what should have taken 15 minutes, it ended up to be a 30 minute plus grocery shopping trip. Everyone but dad decided to take the gondola to town and did some shopping. Just wanted to look around and pick up a few souvieners. Back to the house for dinner. My mom had just gotten a new I-pad and I promised to help her learn how to use it and teach her a few tricks. While we going ...

Day off resting before the big passes

A travel blog entry by davidpower on Jun 28, 2013

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Silverton. An imaginatively named town based around mining silver.

Boom, bust, boom bust.

For 150 years it has ridden the wave of prosperity and poverty that frontier and mining towns all over the US must have had to face.

Now tourism provides a subsistence living for the 500 inhabitants.

When an area is a good one new buildings replace old, but when there is so little money around the old buildings survive and this is ...

Telluride, CO 2013

A travel blog entry by miramar1 on Mar 07, 2013

... 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 ...

Durango Silverton Railroad - best train trip ever

A travel blog entry by scoonpooh on Jul 21, 2011

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... I already have a ton of shirts from this trip – while Pooh got a few things as the prices were good here. In a short amount of time it was back on the train for the trip back. There is no real station in Silverton – the train just goes right to the middle of town and lets everyone off and on.

Going back you got to see the landscape from the opposite side which was great. There was more river frontage for us so again, we did not sit much. ...

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