No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Viking Lodge Telluride
Travel Blogs from Telluride
... economy is based totally off tourism.
Telluride used to be a mining town, but now it’s best known for its ski resort and music festivals. The Telluride Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In Telluride, the boys posed for the obligatory Coors mountain photo. I can confirm that the mountain is not blue, but it was very snowy. Just off the main street we found the Telluride Free Box which is a set of cubbies ...
... mines in the Silverton area. They had to pay 50 cents to use the toll road. Miners who couldn’t afford the toll were stuck in the area, which became known as Purgatory Flats. They couldn’t afford to get up the mountain, but couldn’t see themselves quitting and going down, either. Now that’s purgatory. We continue north on US-550 to Silverton, a former silver mining camp, now designated a National Historic ...
... 9/2, great snow day after a few inches, most people out,
highlight - Crystal
did my back on the way home on Coonskin,
Jeff & Mary unable to get out of town, 24
Day 50, 10/2, bad back
Day 51, 11/2, bad back
Day 52, 12/2, skied but back really sore, just did green runs by myself,
everyone else did a lesson, 25
Day 53, 13/2, back to normal, skiied as much double back as possible
Electra, Zulu Queen, 26
Day 54, 14/2, skied ...
... lupines, and many others, all growing together, and filling the meadows with so much color!
We spent a long time taking pictures here. We took close-ups of individual flowers, wide angled shots of the entire meadow, and panoramas of the entire view. We took pictures of the Jeep, and pictures of ourselves, and, of course, pictures of the dogs in the flowers.
... about 6,000 feet, which took me awhile to acclimate to, but I had no idea how much the change in elevation would affect me.
Anyway, the beginning of the trail was beautiful - shady and not too much climbing, a small hill here or there and we crossed several mountain streams as the air began to warm up which was soothing to my skin in my amphibious shoes, looking back, maybe not the best choice for this particular hike.
We'd been walking about 45 minutes or so when ...