Telluride Archives

  1. Win Tickets to the Telluride Blues & Brews Festival

    It’s getting to be that in-between time where there is plenty to do and celebrate in the mountains, but no snow to go along with it. Telluride Blues & Brews festival is one of the tentpoles of the early fall “pre season”. If you haven’t heard or been (we’d like to!), the festival is just…

  2. Ski resort trails and lifts added to Google Maps

    Great news! It was only just a few years ago when Google first started equipping snowmobiles with their “Street View” cameras and mapping various resorts. Now a new mountain-based effort has launched and ski resort maps are now on Google Maps. Just pull up the Google Maps app on your smartphone and you’ll see all…

  3. Powder Photos around Colorado (01/28/2013)

    It’s been about a month since we saw a storm with decent snow totals (beyond a few inches here and there). Everywhere across the state has seen at least a half-foot since the weekend. Here are some shots from around the various resorts. See more photos on all the Colorado resorts Facebook pages and Instagram…

  4. Snow Photos around Colorado (12/7/2012)

    This latest storm has given us a few days of clouds and a continual dusting of snow. Most resorts have woken up to one or two inches in the mornings with snow on and off during the days. Here’s a quick round-up of some photos around Colorado found via resort websites, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram…

  5. Condé Nast Traveler: Best Places to Ski →

    As expected, the latest from Condé Nast Traveler’s reader’s poll shows Colorado resorts and hotels in the top rankings.

    In the Top 20 Ski Resorts we have eight: Telluride (#1), Beaver Creek (#5), Vail (#8), Aspen (9), and Crested Butte (#10), Steamboat (#12), Snowmass (#13) and Aspen Highlands (#15).

    We also have a lot of great hotels in the Top 50 Ski Hotels. These lists suggest to me I need to get out and visit some more of our slopes in the near future. Oh, and how did Telluride sweep these rankings?