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Telluride, Colorado
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We offer a wide selection of vacation home and condominium rentals for you to choose from. No matter your needs, you'll find the perfect fit for your next Telluride vacation rental here.
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Activities
Telluride might be known for its world class skiing, but there is so much more to this all-season destination. From horseback riding to glider rides, visit our activities section to learn how much there is to learn and do!
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Attractions
Visit the Sheridan Opera House, walk along the San Miguel River or hike to Bear Creek Falls. These are just examples of the many landmarks you will want to see while in Telluride. See them all here.
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Festivals/Events
From the well known Mountain Film Festival to the Mushroom Festival, with a little bit of everything else in between, Telluride is sure to have something for you. Here we have a list of all Festivals.
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Marijuana became legal for recreational use in Colorado January 1, 2014, and the state made history by becoming the first in the U.S. to allow open retail shops. Consequently, Telluride has become a destination for those interested in partaking in the controversial herb. It’s true. Some people have actually planned vacations to the San Juans because of the ease and legality in obtaining marijuana. While some people might assume that the

The Telluride Historical museum is holding its winter season hours. From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, locals and visitors can visit the museum and learn about Telluride history. Thursdays, the museum stays open until 7 p.m. Several special museum-sponsored activities are in order for the 2014 winter in true Telluride style. “We have several new winter events upcoming,” said Cameo Hoyle excitedly, Director of Programs and

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During the winter Telluride transforms into the world-class ski resort it is known for, with unmatched skiing and snowboarding. Explore other winter adventures including dog sledding, ice climbing and snowshoeing just to name a few.

Known as an all-season destination these days, Telluride and the San Juan Mountains keep giving during warmer weather with festivals held almost every weekend such as the well-known Bluegrass Festival and MountainFilm Festival among many others. Biking, hiking and horseback riding are just a few of the warm weather activities available.

From unique eateries and bars to independent art galleries, this unique place has something for everyone.   So what are you waiting for?  Plan your next vacation now.

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