ride, the first and only free ride of its type in North America. In winter, surrounding ski trails are suitable for any beginner, from easy beginner runs along the top of the peaks to hike-out backcountry runs for the more experienced skier. Additionally, you'll find more winter fun with Nordic Skiing, snowshoeing, sleigh rides, and snow tubing.
Summer Fun As Well
Telluride timeshares aren't just a treasure during the winter months. The summer festival season draws crowds day and night for Bluegrass Music, Films, and even the Nothing Festival for its one blank weekend in the summertime. For families, a leisurely river tube ride down the San Miguel has been a rite of passage for kids over generations. Mountain bikers and hikers trek along the ski trails and admire the lush greenery and beautiful mountain vistas all summer long, and the art galleries, shops, and cafes of downtown Telluride are filled with shoppers and diners enjoying the sunny weather.
Best Times for Visiting
Telluride's reputation for year-round outdoor adventure means a bustling tourist industry throughout the year. The two busiest seasons are during skiing season from December through late March and again in the summer from June through August. The slowest months are in the early fall through the end of November between Telluride's major vacation seasons.
With Telluride timeshares, you'll also gain a deeper appreciation for the history behind the ski village. It was founded as a mining town and takes its name from the gold Telluride minerals of Colorado, a story told in depth at the Telluride History Museum. Telluride's historic character has made it a National Historic Landmark District, one of four Colorado communities with that honor.