The first free, green transportation of its kind, nothing in the U.S. compares to the Telluride Gondola.
Popcorn Alley in Telluride may be a portrait of beauty and charm, but the energy of the brightly colored historic mining structures wasn’t always so.
Michael D. Palm Theater
The Michael D. Palm Theater offers live productions, the showing of world-class events on the big screen, artistic series and dance classes for the local community. When you leave,you are sure to have nothing but a smile on your face.
Wilkinson Public Library
Telluride’s Wilkinson Public Library is unlike other small-town libraries. A 5-star facility, the library is a beloved destination for Telluride locals and visitors alike.
Bridal Veil Falls
The tallest waterfall in the state of Colorado, Bridal Veil Falls is a picture of magnificence. Located at the back of the Telluride canyon, off Highway 145 on Colorado Avenue.
Ah Haa School for the Arts
Located in the old train station on Townsend Street in Telluride, the Ah Haa School for the Arts is a hub for all things artistic in the box canyon. With children’s programs and adult classes, the Ah Haa School is all things for art loving people.
Trout Lake is one of the most pristine high altitude lakes in Colorado. It offers not only the beauty of its existence for those who wish to come and simply be at its shores but also the range of activities possible in summer and winter seasons.
There is only one way into Telluride. And, there’s only one way out. On Highway 145, as you turn right at the roundabout and head into town, you’ll drive right next to the Telluride Valley Floor.
Ghost Town of Tomboy
The Ghost Town of Tomboy is a real ghost town. But, in the mining days, in the late 1800s and early 1900s, the town of Tomboy, Colorado was booming.
Telluride Regional Airport
The Telluride Regional Airport is the highest commercial airport in North America. Situated on top of Deep Creek Mesa, along with Last Dollar Road, the airport is 9,070 feet above sea level.
Telluride Medical Center
The old hospital, now the Telluride Historical Museum, was established during the mining days in 1896 at the top of Fir Street. There, you can view the artifacts and history of Telluride and it's people.