Bonus Points for the Telluride Pass

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Few ski resorts compare to Telluride. Sure, the area has come a long way (for better or worse) since its inception in the 1970s. Nevertheless, its tight, local community, historical preservation and stunning, surrounding scenery definitely separate it from the rest of the ski-destination pack. Therefore, you gotta hand it to Telluride for supporting its […]

The Ultimate Telluride Revenge

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Word travels fast in Telluride, and like any small town, building a reputation – good or bad – is one of the easiest things to do. One small mistake, one bad attitude or one unfounded sense of superiority can mean the difference between “clicking” with the local crew, or being shunned from the approximately 2,500 […]

An Epic Telluride Summer

Lets not beat around the bush, summer had a lot of work ahead of it. The winter brought us one of the best ski seasons we’ve ever had, and since locals constantly praised the awesomeness of Telluride summers, we had very high expectations, to say the least. But, after four months of festivals, mountain biking, […]

The Most Colorful Transition

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Well, it’s safe to say that summer is officially over. The crowds have left, the temperatures have dropped and off season has begun. But unlike last off season, where April and May brought a ton of snow and a ton of mud, this one brings with it an unbelievable array of colors. Yes, Telluride autumns […]

Alta Lakes Ghost Town

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Telluride’s rich, mining history is one of the many things that differentiates it from other resort communities. Whether it was gold, silver or zinc, mining originally built Telluride, and the town and  locals cherish this fact. And while the majority of the actual structures from those mining heydays have disappeared, the Alta Lakes Ghost Town […]

Imogene Pass Run

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Running has never been our forte, due to the simple fact that skiing and mountain biking let you go faster. Therefore, running a race has never been that high on our “to do” lists. So, when registration opened for the 38th annual Imogene Pass Run a few months ago, only one thought crossed our minds: […]

Telluride Mountain Biking: Around Town

The mountain biking on the Telluride Ski Resort, as already seen, is pretty damn sweet. The technical aspects, the quick uphills and the smooth downhills (especially on the Prospect Trail) pretty much top most biking trails around the state. But, sometimes riding the gondola up to cruise on down through Mountain Village just doesn’t do […]

Telluride Backpacking

Out of all of the mountains surrounding Telluride, Wilson Peak has taunted us the most. Part of it probably has to do with our unsuccessful attempt to ski its north face in May, while the fact that it has starred in numerous Coors commercials definitely added fuel to the fire. Either way, there was no […]

Fly Fishing with the Legendary Dave Hill

As a kid growing up in the Front Range, we went fishing only on special occasions, like Father’s Day, and I never really got into it. The fact that I never actually caught a fish and spent the majority of my time unhooking my fly from branches probably had something to do with it. But, […]

Revving it Up, Muddy-Telluride Style

What do you get when you combine six ATVs, three GoPros and a hankering to get dirty after days of torrential downpours? You get an awesome, kick-ass time conquering 4X4 roads and getting muddy. You also get some pretty sweet footage for an ATV episode. Operating snowmobile tours in the winter, Telluride Snowmobile Adventures becomes […]