Just because you don’t ski doesn’t mean you can’t have a little bit of fun in the powder. Yes, it’s cold. Yes, sometimes goggles, hand warmers, and down are needed. But, that’s the thing about winter. You have to get out and experience it to appreciate it.
From ice skating to ice hockey are a big part of the winter culture in Telluride. The graceful turns and toe loops to the aggressive chase for the rubber puck that includes the penalty box.
Snowmobiling Telluride. It’s a favorite among the tourists in the winter season. Guided tours are available for individuals and small groups. Several Telluride companies rent snowmobiles and offer the adventure experience.
Backcountry Ski Huts
Within the San Juan Huts system, you’ll find 60 miles of trail to cover, and the organization does boast that you will often never see another person’s tracks. Telluride locals forgo the expense of the season pass offered by TelSki and prefer to only backcountry ski.
From all over the world, they come to Telluride, Colorado. They come with axes, helmets, harnesses, and crampons. They come in search of some of the most beautiful alpine scenery that does exist. They come in search of ice.