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Hiking

During the summer season, hiking is a popular activity in the greater Telluride region due to its diverse terrain that offers a variety of trails suitable for all skill levels. Whether you’re looking for a quick afternoon hike or a multi-day excursion, there are plenty of scenic nature trails, expansive jeep roads, and less-traveled paths to explore. In addition, hikers can summit a 14,000-foot peak (14er) for an even more exhilarating experience.

However, weather conditions can change rapidly in mountain locations, so it’s essential to be prepared before setting out on a hike. Hikers are encouraged to carry water, sunscreen, a first aid kit, appropriate trail maps, and extra layers for hikes of all durations. Additionally, bug spray is recommended during the summer months.

The Telluride Hiking Guide offers a comprehensive resource for those looking to explore the vast network of hiking trails in the area. With over 90 hikes available, including extreme ski routes and historic walks around town, this guide provides detailed maps, descriptions, and histories of each trail. Whether you’re a seasoned hiker or a beginner, the Telluride Hiking Guide can help you plan your next adventure with ease. Explore the natural beauty of the region and discover new trails with the help of this informative guide.

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Via Ferrata

Via Ferrata

Telluride's Via Ferrata is an exhilarating experience, reserved for the adventurous. This newly-legal climbing route takes you on a technical and breathtaking journey, along the exposed East end and South-facing wall of Telluride's boxed canyon. At its most intense,...

Horseback Riding

Horseback Riding

Horseback riding in the San Juan Mountains is a unique and memorable experience for those visiting Telluride. The stunning mountain vistas and vast open spaces offer an opportunity to unwind and rejuvenate. Visitors can choose from a variety of guided horseback rides,...

Gondola Rides

Gondola Rides

The gondola ride is a must-do activity for visitors to Telluride. It's a favorite among kids who have been known to say, "This is better than a ride at Disneyland!" And the best part is that it's free. The ride takes approximately 13 minutes from Telluride to Mountain...

Golf

Golf

The Telluride Ski and Golf Club will be opening on May 28 and will be operational until October 10 as a private facility. However, select resort guests can access the facility after 1:00 p.m. daily. The Club is open to Members, their guests, and guests of the Peaks...

Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing

Telluride boasts some of the best trout streams in the Rocky Mountains, as well as a variety of alpine creeks, lakes, and ponds, making it a top destination for fishing enthusiasts. For the ultimate fishing experience, it is recommended to hire a local guide who knows...

Other Telluride Summer Activities

Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing

Telluride boasts some of the best trout streams in the Rocky Mountains, as well as a variety of alpine creeks, lakes, and ponds, making it a top destination for fishing enthusiasts. For the ultimate fishing experience, it is recommended to hire a local guide who knows...

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Horseback Riding

Horseback Riding

Horseback riding in the San Juan Mountains is a unique and memorable experience for those visiting Telluride. The stunning mountain vistas and vast open spaces offer an opportunity to unwind and rejuvenate. Visitors can choose from a variety of guided horseback rides,...

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Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking

For those looking for a thrilling adventure, mountain biking in the San Juan Mountains is a must-try activity. With a range of terrains, the mountains offer various trails for riders of all levels. From challenging trails on old mining roads and basins high above the...

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