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Telluride Events July 17-July 26

17 Jul 2010
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Festivals & Events

Summer is in full swing in Telluride! This week in Telluride is the Nothing Festival - the one weekend of summer where there is no festival over the weekend. But if you are heading out with family & friends, there is still plenty of fun to be had!

The weather has been cooperating beautifully over the past few days. We have escaped the afternoon storms, so be sure to get out and enjoy the sun, because in true San Juan fashion, the weather can change in an instant.

As always, there is the weekly Friday Farmer's market. Local growers, producers & businesses have stalls ranging from local fruit, vegetables & meat to jewelry, massage and chocolate!

There is $10 yoga at the Ahaa School on Fridays, and the Tuesday Acupuncture clinic. For the full schedule of the Ahaa classes and clinics visit

For the kids there is the bungee trampoline in Mountain Village, movies at the Nugget theatre, Pinhead Punk Science & don't forget to check out the weekly schedule for Telluride Academy at!ta-news/cwt8.

Telluride Visitor Center has moved

The Telluride Visitor Information Center is now located at 700 West Colorado Avenue (above Clark?s Market) and open to the public. Please direct all visitors to the new location. Visitor Center summer hours are from 9am-8pm daily.

Roads & Trails

As per the the San Miguel County Road Dept, the following passes are currently open: Last Dollar Road, Ophir Pass, Imogene Pass & Black Bear Pass. If you haven't seen the San Juan Mountains from the top of a high mountain pass, book a trip with Telluride Outside for a spectacular bird's eye view!

Mountain Village Trails: the following trails are open per the USFS; Please observe any posted signs. See information boards in the Gondola stations to get the latest trail openings or closings.

Bike Park?????? FREE! OPEN
Hikers Not Permitted

Nature Center? OPEN

Basin Loop? OPEN

Coonskin Loop? OPEN

Prospect Trail? OPEN

Ridge Trail? Hikers Only OPEN
Biking Not Permitted

See Forever Trail? OPEN

Sheridan Trail?? OPEN

Telluride Trail? Hikers Only OPEN
Biking Not Permitted

Village Trail? OPEN

Wasatch Connection? OPEN

San Sophia Nature Center is open for the summer season. Hours are 9am-4pm for the Summer Season

Upcoming Fundraisers
August 12: The Telluride Historical Museum hosts the annual Feasting on History, Muleskinner's Ball at the Elks Lodge. Enjoy dinner, drinkin', dancin' and yer basic carryin' on. Tickets are $125. Call 728-3344x2 for more details.

For Upcoming groups we have:
7/30-31/10 CO Peace Ride, up to 500 riders- camping in Lawson Hill

For the full daily schedule of upcoming events visit:

We hope you are enjoying your time in Telluride, or are looking forward to your upcoming trip!

If you have any questions about activities or local happenings, please visit our website or call us on (800) 970-7541.