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Get Out and See Telluride

There’s an oft-repeated saying about Colorado: Travelers come for the winter, and stay for the summer. Perhaps no place better embodies the truth of this statement than Telluride. Surrounded by the highest concentration of 13,000- and 14,000-foot peaks in the United States, it’s an obvious draw for skiers. In the summer, those same peaks become ideal places to hike or mountain bike, cool off in alpine lakes, and breathe in the crisp alpine air while enjoying the long sunny days. Here are five ways to explore this breathtakingly beautiful corner of Colorado.

Are you ready to stretch your legs in Telluride? With direct flights from five major hubs in the summer and lodging options starting at $139, now is the time to plan your trip to the Most Colorado Place on Earth.
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Telluride, CO 81435, USA
The great outdoors are literally at your front door in Telluride or Mountain Village. From walks to the historic sites in town to others that will take you to 14,000-foot summits and past pristine lakes, there are hikes for every mood and ability....
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Black Bear Pass Summit, Telluride, CO 81435, USA
Some people call this show-stopping section of vertiginous rock cliffs on Forest Service land the Iron Way, but area romanticists use the Italian name. If you can’t stand staying in the foothills when Telluride’s mountains beckon, the two-mile...
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W San Juan Ave, Telluride, CO 81435, USA
If you’re heading toTellurideto ski, chances are you’ll actually be bouncing back and forth between the town of Telluride and the town of Mountain Village, where the ski resort is located. Delightfully, the main method of transportation between...