Telluride is in the southern Rocky Mountains approximately 100 miles from Four Corners, the intersection of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah. Telluride is home to the Telluride Ski Resort, and home of an independent film festival.


Main Street and town hall, Telluride, Colorado

A remote boomtown established at an elevation of 8,745 ft (2438 m) in the heyday of Colorado's gold and silver mining era, the Town of Telluride was incorporated in 1878.

Get in

By plane

Winter Air Carriers Telluride and Montrose include American, Great Lakes, United and Allegiant Air. Private flights can also be arranged through many of the national charter companies, including Net Jets, Flex Jet, and Avanti Air.

Get around

Public transportation abounds in Telluride and Mountain Village. It is recommended not to drive to most locations as there is ample free bus service around town, as well as a free Gondola service between Telluride and Mountain Village.

Hertz and Alamo/National have rental cars available in Mountain Village.



View from the Telluride ski slopes.




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