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About Telluride and Places to Visit
Telluride embodies the true meaning of Rocky Mountain Splendor, is set in a case ravine amid forested crests at the base of a well-known ski-and-golf resort. Surrounded by majestic towering pine trees, this upscale mountain town is known for its scenic nature. Founded in 1878 during the Victorian era as a mining town, Telluride has become one of the most popular destinations in the Colorado Rockies. Telluride has over 2,000 acres of skiable terrain and 148 hiking trails. One of the most popular hiking trails, Bridal Veil Falls, features a 365-foot (111 m) waterfall.
Other popular trails include Dallas Peak, a high mountain summit in the Sneffels Range, and Blue Lakes Trail, a challenging hiking trail 10 miles from town. The Gondola provides quick access to Station St. Sophia for year-round outdoor sporting activities. In the summer and winter, the Gondola provides access to Allred’s Restaurant, which serves fine wines, handcrafted cocktails, and incredible views from the Gondola top. The town’s architecturally significant area houses points of interest like the Sheridan Opera House, a performing-expressions scene initially implicit in 1913, and the Telluride Historical Museum, which showcases nearby history in a changed-over clinic worked in 1896.
Telluride Regional Airport (TEX) is a public airport six miles from downtown Telluride. Empty legs and transient aircraft are trendy in the region.