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Telluride Colorado

Uphill Access

In-season Uphill Access (Winter)

Uphill access is only permitted on ski trails in the Lift 10 “Sunshine” pod, with the exception of Sundance Ski Trail, during hours from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Authorized uphill activities include Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, uphill skinning, trail walking, and running. Fat Tire biking is permitted in the same area after the ski operations at 4:30 until 10:00 pm. Uphill access on the rest of the Telluride Ski Resort is prohibited. Uphill users may not travel above the top of Sunshine Lift (Lift 10) due to on mountain operations. Uphill users must follow Colorado Skier Safety Act and yield to on mountain vehicles.

Well behaved dogs are welcome to accompany their owners from 4:30 to 10:00 p.m. following TSG uphill policies. At all times, dogs must be under the control of their handler and shall have a harness, leash, or other tether. Persons with dogs must follow all applicable rules and regulations regarding dogs set forth by the Town of Telluride, the Town of Mountain Village, this resort, and/or the United States Forest Service. Any persons with dogs in violation of this policy will be asked to remove the dog from the resort immediately and may be subject to other penalties. Please refer to our policies for more information on dogs and service animals.


Off-season Uphill Access (Spring/Summer/Fall)

Off-season uphill access within the Telluride Ski Area boundary opens on Saturday April 13, 2019.

Non-Motorized Uphill Access is allowed within the Telluride Ski Area boundaries. Personal motorized vehicles are prohibited at all times. Mountain Operations remain underway including: plowing of summer access roads, lift maintenance, and mountain maintenance. Uphill Travelers should beware of snowmobiles, snow cats and other heavy machinery, road cuts through ski runs and restricted access in some areas due to construction and maintenance.

IMPORTANT: Please consider the post-season ski area as backcountry.  No avalanche control is done nor are first responders immediately available.  Travel with a partner, and at your own risk. Be safe, and enjoy the spring. In the event of an emergency call or text 911.

Off-season access remains open until the closure of the Gondola for the Fall Off-Season. Exact Fall 2019 closure date to be announced.


Annual Prospect Basin Closure - May 20th to July 1st

Per Telluride Ski Resort's summer operating plan with the National Forest Service, Prospect Trail and the adjacent Prospect Basin are closed to human entry May 20 through July 1 annually to reduce disturbance to elk during their calving season. During this closure Prospect Basin is closed to all human traffic and activity.