With 23 percent beginner terrain, 36 percent intermediate terrain and 41 percent expert terrain, every type of skier can enjoy Telluride skiing. Are you looking for long cruising groomed beginner or intermediate runs with stunning panoramic views of the San Juan Mountains? Are you interested in skiing challenging, rock-littered terrain that feels more like the Alps than Colorado?
Are you a fan of moguls? There are thousands of vertical feet of bumps to bang around on in Telluride. There are two distinct parts of Telluride: Downtown and Mountain Village. To experience the best of both worlds, you can take the complimentary minute gondola ride that links downtown Telluride with Mountain Village, making the absolute coolest commute in any mountain town.
Copper Uncorked proves that wings can be more than beer and football. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Gift of Adoption Fund. This deal runs through on Thursday, March 29, Package must be booked with lodging through Stay Aspen Snowmass at least seven days before arrival date Monday, April 1, through Sunday, April 21, The 19th annual Bud Light Spring Jam will bring two weeks of competitions, downtown concerts and parties to Aspen Snowmass.
Guests can also receive a free lift ticket included with the lesson. The Flex 4 discounted lesson pack can be used for ages 3 and up, all ability levels and for skiers or snowboarders telemark ski lessons available Saturday and Sunday only.
Arapahoe Basin will host an all-day ski and snowboard demo and outdoor party with live music and prize raffles. Search Search.
Enter the terms you wish to search for. Press Release. Fun Race Series Saturdays in March, Wolf Creek will host the Fun Race series, offering a family-friendly activity that is free and open to skiers and boarders of all ages and abilities.
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Yard Sale! Springalicious Festival April Steamboat will celebrate the close of the winter season with a weeklong festival, including Springalicious festivities, fun events such as the Cardboard Classic, Splashdown Pond Skim and several free music concerts. Silverton Mountain Clauson Classic April 7 The Clauson Classic, a classic Silverton Mountain endurance race, offers guests the opportunity to see how many laps they can hike up the ridge while honoring late ski patroller and Silverton Mountain team member John Clauson and raising funds for The Silverton Winter Sports Club.
Subaru WinterFest March Presented by Subaru, the WinterFest is a one-of-a-kind mountain destination and lifestyle tour where skiers and snowboarders can come together and share their passion for all things winter. Copper Mountain Copper chefs will compete for the best wing recipe and wine pairing in this unique spin on a traditional chicken wing challenge.
Lifts The lift infrastructure is impressive.
In addition to the fast gondolas, the ski resort has 7 high speed quads, and a lack of lift lines is the norm at Telluride. Transportation on the gondola between the town of Telluride, Mountain Village and Station Village Parking is free for "pedestrians".
Lift Tickets Like many other high end Colorado ski resorts , lift ticket prices at Telluride are at the upper end of the spectrum. Kids 5 and under ski for free, but there are no youth tickets, so for teens 13 and above an adult ticket is required. By buying tickets on-line at least 7 days prior to skiing, the prices are discounted, but the discount is fairly negligible. Telluride Snow The annual snowfall of 7. The quality of the Telluride powder is somewhat dry.
Telluride also has a reputation for frequent dry spells where the resort turns into an icy bumps city. The Meadows area that drops down from the Mountain Village is serviced by the Chondola a cross between a gondola and a chair lift which is great for novices.
Some of the double green runs are long and allow plenty of opportunity to practise turns. Beginners can get up towards the top of the mountain to enjoy the dramatic views from the Prospect Bowl. The highlight for confident beginners is a gallop down the Galloping Goose run; a delightfully long run that wraps around the resort.
Telluride Skiing for Intermediates Telluride is great for blue-runners. The intermediate runs are also divided into single and double blues, making for easy progression.
The Village Express out of Mountain Village and the Polar Queen Express lifts are completely dedicated to intermediates, whilst the See Forever is an aptly named blue run that seems never ending and provides sensational views of the San Juans. And if you have lots of vinos at Alpino Vino the run home will really seem to take forever!
Prospect Bowl is another great area that provides a mellow off-piste playground for intermediates; a good place to hit on a powder day.