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We appreciate you stopping by our site and we hope you find it useful.  If you are going to be in our Town and want to talk about the ski mountain or the best hiking trails - or an attractive opportunity in the Telluride real estate market - please call or write.  We would welcome the opportunity to share our love and knowledge of Telluride with you.

Mark & Terrie Dollard


Telluride Facts

• Since 2007, the Telluride Regional Airport has received $53 million in upgrades to its runways and facilities.

• Telluride has the only free gondola public transportation system of its kind in North America.

• Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank in Telluride on June 24, 1889, walking away with nearly $25,000.

• Telluride is one of only 13 National Landmark Historic Districts in the United States.

• Within a 2-3 hour drive to Mesa Verde National Park, Canyonlands National Park, Arches National Park, Canyon of the Ancients National Monument and the Mountain Biking Mecca of Moab, UT.

  • Telluride is home to the only non-commercial, non-underwritten community radio station in America, KOTO FM -

The slopes never seemed crowded and we hardly ever encountered lift lines... The resort strikes a nice balance between tough and easy skiing.
— The New York Times

Telluride, Colorado is the choice location for a vacation home if you are looking for a place where remaining active is simply a part of the lifestyle. For summer-goers, the rather newly developed town has countless trails running up and around the mountains for biking and hiking, a river running through the center for fishing and rafting, and mines for a day of exploring. For obvious reasons, Telluride is strictly snow sports through the winter with plenty of green, blue, and black ski runs. There is no lack of luxury, either- the town is filled with high-end restaurants and spas for your down time. For anyone still not sold: Ralph Lauren’s 17,000 acre ranch is just outside the town.
— Haute Living June 2014

Almost all Colorado golf courses have incredible views, but few can hold a candle to this layout in Telluride’s Mountain Village. The surrounding peaks of the San Juan Mountains and 9,500-foot elevation will literally take your breath away. You’ll pay a bit of a premium since this course is the only one for miles around, but your drives, aided by the thin air, will travel farther than they ever have before. That’s got to be worth something. 18-hole rates: $75-$190.
— Huffington Post August 2014

Out of the 90 different countries I’ve been to, I’ve never seen anything more beautiful than what you have here.
— B.B. King

“Unbelievable beauty” abounds regardless of the season in this “laid-back” community. Not only do “majestic peaks wrap around you,” but the downtown area boasts National Historic Landmark status, so “you are truly in an original Victorian town that has kept the charm of a bygone era.” During ski season, you’ll find “zero lift lines and smaller crowds,” and in warmer weather, outdoor enthusiasts can “hike Black Bear and rent a jeep for Imogene Pass.” But the most winning aspect, according to most readers, is its “down-to-earth” denizens. As one reader says, “the nearest stoplight is 75 miles away, as is the nearest snob.
— Conde Nast Traveler August 2014

The Ten Ski Towns You Absolutely Must Visit This Winter:1. Telluride, Colorado: How do we pick our favorite ski town? First, we look for a place where we can park the car and never look back. Second, there needs to be a legit town with locals, restaurants, and jaw-dropping scenery doesn’t hurt. And of course there’s the skiing.Telluride fulfills all these requirements and more. It takes a bit longer to get to this spot in the San Juan Mountains, but once you’re there you’ll be hooked. Telluride’s free gondolas allow visitors to easily navigate between town and mountain, the skiing is great for families and for adrenaline-addicted powder junkies, and did we mention it’s beautiful? Check out the Inn at Lost Creek, the Lumiere, or the New Sheridan Hotel for lodging, and don’t miss drinks at There or a dinner at Siam, easily one of the best restaurants in town.
— Curbed Ski August 27, 2014