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Telluride, Colorado

Ski & Snowboard

Trip Telluride
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Ski and snowboard one of North America’s best resorts, adjacent to one of its best ski towns.

 

Ski and snowboard in one of the most beautiful places in the country, if not the world. Seriously, Telluride will blow you away with almost 4,500 feet of vertical, stunning high alpine views, and Wild West vibes. It’s true, Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank here in 1889. This historic mining town nestled high in the San Juan Mountains started gaining traction as a ski bum’s paradise starting in the ‘70s -- and it hasn’t disappointed since. To this day, lift lines are a rare sight and the powder is plentiful.

With your home base at The Peaks, enjoy the convenience of ski in ski out accommodations and a prime location in the heart of Mountain Village. Access over 2,000 acres of skiable terrain, including wide open bowls, steep chutes, and excellent tree runs. Wind down your day with a dip in the heated indoor-outdoor pool (yes, it’s both). Take a 13-minute, free Gondola ride into the town of Telluride for a long list of solid dining and nightlife options, live music, and more.

 

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Itinerary
Sample Itinerary
Please note the below is a sample itinerary only. As this trip package is not guided, you are fully free to customize each day’s adventures to your preference.
  • 1
    Arrive into Telluride (see FAQ for airport and shuttle options) and settle into your accommodations at The Peaks Resort & Spa in Mountain Village. Grab a drink on-site at Altezza, with panoramic views out to Mt. Wilson, take a few steps to one of numerous haunts in the Village, or take the Gondola into Telluride town (highly recommended). All in all, you’ve got 60+ options for eating and drinking here so the possibilities are endless, from food trucks and super casual fare to fine dining at its best.
  • 2
    Rise and shine! The next three days are yours to ski and ride to your heart’s content, and mix it up with all that this area has to offer. From the town of Telluride at an elevation 8,750’, to Palmyra Peak at 13,320’ and back to the Mountain Village at 9,545’, the options are endless.

    Want to ride into Telluride town? There are three lifts serving primarily advanced and expert runs, often filled with steep moguled terrain. Once you’ve done enough laps for the day, you can post up for an apres bite and beverage, and/or take the free Gondola up and over this terrain back to the Peaks Resort & Spa in Mountain Village.
  • 3
    From your home base in the Mountain Village, you’ve got prime access to the entire Telluride ski area. Chair 4, the Village Express accesses some of the best intermediate terrain on the mountain. This is also where Telluride’s terrain park is located -- one of the best in the area. Chair 14 serves one of the best intermediate runs in Colorado, See Forever. Groomed daily, See Forever lives up to its name, snaking down the high ridge with breathtaking views of multiple 14’ers, the name for Colorado’s 14,000’ peaks.
  • 4
    After a day getting your legs back, feel free to challenge yourself! Advanced and expert skiers will want to head to lifts 12, 14, and 15 to sample Telluride’s awesome bowls and chutes. Chair 12 accesses Black Iron Bowl, and the highest point in the ski area, Palmyra peak. These lines require hikes (Telluride Hike-to Terrain) ranging from 5-45 minutes, with an additional 60-90 to get to the peak. Revelation Bowl, served by Chair 15, is filled with awesome wide open skiing and snowboarding for advanced riders. It also access the famed “Stairway to Heaven,” a metal staircase along the ridge knife-edge ridge that leads to the extreme Gold Hill Chutes 6-10. This terrain is some of the steepest and gnarliest inbounds terrain in Colorado and the US as a whole.
  • 5
    On your last morning, grab a hearty breakfast (or one of town’s famed brunches, if time allows), check out of The Peaks, and catch your shuttle or drive to the airport, depending on your plans. It may be a bummer to leave this magical mountain paradise, but we’re guessing this won’t be your last trip to Telluride!
Trip Package Includes
  • 4 nights at The Peaks Lodge in an Alpine Vista room, based on double occupancy 
  • 3 days of lift tickets at Telluride
  • Hotel perks including access to spa and indoor/outdoor heated pool
  • ​20% discount code at evo.com (exclusions apply)
Not Included
  • Transportation to/from Telluride
  • Food, beverages, and personal expenses
  • Room upgrades (see single supplement prices in FAQ)
  • Travel Insurance (we recommend World Nomads)


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Area Information
Telluride, CO

Telluride is a magical place. The town is about ten blocks long, the snow is plentiful, and the skiing and snowboarding is accessed straight from town. Located in the San Juan Mountains, a sub-range of the Rockies, Telluride is a secluded mountain town with a strong skiing and snowboarding community. The mountain itself has a wide variety of terrain, ranging from leg-burning moguls, and great intermediate cruising, to steep and exposed extreme skiing and snowboarding. The great town and variety of terrain make Telluride an awesome destination for families and powder hounds alike.

Trip Planning

Trip Planning

Winter temps in Telluride range between the single digits and low to mid 30’s and because the resort sits at 13,000 ft the skiing can be quite cold (hello blower pow!). Come spring temps are increasingly warmer and averages from the high teens to mid 40’s. Be sure to pack your warm layers for days on the hill along with a buff to protect against the snow, wind and high alpine sun! Don’t forget your swimsuit for the resort swimming pool.
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FAQ
FAQ
  • How do I use my voucher once I purchase from evo?
    Please check room availability with evo if you have dates in mind (email [email protected]). Once evo has confirmed your dates please feel free to book flights and travel. Due to the popularity of this destination and the potential for rooms to sell out, we recommend finalizing your dates as soon as possible.
  • What if I need to cancel?
    Once you’ve finalized your travel dates with evo, please note that this package is non-refundable.
  • What are the accommodations like?
    Packages include one Alpine Vista Room at the Peaks Resort. Each room includes one king bed and a queen sleeper sofa or two king beds.* large flat screen tv, free high-speed wireless internet, cable tv & dvd player, work desk with lamp, oversized bathrooms with his & hers sinks, 2 terrycloth robes, spacious closet, iron & ironing board, coffeemaker with gourmet coffee & tea, mini fridge, ceiling fan (no air-conditioning), large in-room safe (room for a laptop.) and hairdryer. *Units are individually owned, décor and bed type may vary.
  • What if I'm a solo traveler? Is there a single supplement fee?
    Pricing is based on double occupancy (2 people per room). If you are a solo traveler, the single supplement for this package is $886 for the March dates and $520 for April. Payment will be made directly to the hotel.
  • What skill/experience level is required for this trip?
    All levels welcome! Telluride Ski Resort offers more than 2,000 acres of varied and unmatched terrain for all levels of skiers and snowboarders. Nearly 60% of Telluride's terrain is dedicated to beginners and intermediates including a 320-foot covered surface lift and a Terrain Based Learning™ area in The Meadows. Advanced and expert skiers (40% of the resort) have access to some of the most legendary in-bounds terrain in the world including steep groomers, moguls, glades and incredible hike-to terrain on the upper mountain.
  • Do you offer rentals?
    Rentals are not included in this package. We suggest BootDoctors, a local rental and gear shop. Or visit evo Denver’s rental page.
  • How do I get to Telluride?
    Telluride is 6 hours from Denver and thankfully there are closer airports for visiting skiers and snowboarders. There are four airport options for flying into Telluride, all within two and a half hours of the ski and snowboard area. These airports are all served by major airlines, including new flights into the Telluride Airport, just 15 minutes from town. From closest to farthest, these airports are: Telluride Airport (TEX), Montrose-Telluride (MTJ) 80 minutes away, Grand Junction (GJT) two and a half hours away, and Durango-La Plata (DRO) two and a half hours away. There are shuttle services available from each of these airports. We recommend Telluride Express or Lyft (ski racks included!) Once in town, there are free buses, as well as the free gondola between Telluride and the Mountain Village.
  • Can I bring my dog?
    Dog-Friendly Rooms are available upon request. Please contact the resort for availability and pet deposit information.

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