Once we skied Telluride, we never went anywhere else. It has an infinite variety of terrain.
When you drove into town, did you notice all the people taking pictures from the middle of main street? Ever wonder where all of those photos and videos go? We're hiding them all right here.
Make the most of your trip and plan out your day on the mountain with maps of all terrain within the Resort boundaries. Or if you’re visiting during the summer, check out the resort’s wide variety of hiking and biking trails.
The Telluride Ski Experience offers a genuine mountain experience for all levels of skiers thanks to a mix of quality terrain at all points on the mountain. From refined groomed runs to challenging moguls, there truly is something for everyone. Even beginners and intermediate skiers can ride to the highest peaks and enjoy terrain and views typically reserved for the experts.
Telluride Ski Resort focuses on safety as part of our core mission and in our everyday operating culture.
We ask that guests as well as employees focus on safety while at the resort. All skiers and snowboarders are subject to the Responsibility Code, and for avoiding collisions with skiers and riders in front or below.
From opening day to closing day, our daily snow report emails keep you informed on weather forecasts, lift and terrain openings, and daily events. We send the email early every morning so you can check out everything that is happening and plan your day over a warm cup of joe.
Trails and Grooming
Our online snow report provides real-time lift status, current and forecast weather, and trail & grooming status updates. Check it from the lift with your mobile phone, and head over to the closest untouched powder stash.
Dreaming of Telluride long before your trip is here? Take a look at our webcams for the latest on-mountain views. See a live view from Allred’s, keep tabs on the latest snow totals with our Prospect Powcam or see what’s happening at other areas of the resort.
Linking two towns, the Gondola is the only public transportation system of its kind in North America. Running daily from 7am to midnight, the 13-minute gondola ride eliminates the 20-minute, 8-mile drive between both towns. The gondola operates year-round, with temporary off-season closures.