Telluride is a one-of-a-kind destination, there's no denying that. With many places to stay, plenty to do, and many incredible restaurants and shops to explore, it's sometimes a bit daunting to visit without some sort of insight into this year-round mountain oasis. Town & Country's Larry Olmstead lets readers in on where to stay, eat, and drink at " America's top (secret) ski resort ."
"The new service this season into Telluride is tempting, with regional jet connections on a United partner through Denver, making it a one stop from just about any U.S. city, with almost no driving. But don't overlook Montrose, the old alternative, which was never nearly as bad as it was made out to be, offering more flights and better reliability in winter weather. Montrose also significantly increased its winter flights for the third straight year, with non-stops on all three big carriers from major cities coast-to-coast including New York, Atlanta, LA, San Francisco, Dallas, Houston, Phoenix, Chicago, and Denver. Montrose is just 68 miles away, closer than the airports serving many other major Colorado resorts, and there is easy ground shuttle service—visitors don't need or want a car in Telluride."
Read the full article: " T&C Travel Guide: The Best of Telluride "