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Chalet Nordica deck view Telluride

This week Telluride Rentals would like to feature Chalet Nordica, an exquisite 7 bedroom, 7.5 bathroom, ski in/ski out, 7800 square foot private rental home which sleeps 18 guests. This private home is the ideal rental property in the winter and summer months, and is...

Hotel Telluride Bistro interior view

Telluride Rentals is happy to announce we have partnered with the Hotel Telluride. The Hotel Telluride represents everything that Telluride Rentals stands for - platinum, personalized service for every Telluride visitor. The Hotel Telluride is a boutique establishment offering a number of unique services including...

Most people think of Telluride as primarily a winter destination - dramatic cliffs and mountain tops smothered in white, fluffy snow. Skiing flying down the slopes & bars jumping with apres ski enthusiasm. That image of Telluride is very true!

HOWEVER, for those who have...

We have just had a VERY solid snowfall here in Telluride - arguably the best storm we have had this winter. Town received about a foot, whereas there are parts of the mountain where it feels like two feet, namely Prospect Bowl and Black Iron...

Yesterday, Tuesday the 3rd of March, was the official start of the plastic bag ban in the town of Telluride. The ban on single use plastic bags is part of a wider objective to reduce waste in town and to encourage shoppers to carry reusable...

We still have a good 6 weeks of skiing up our sleeves (and Spring skiing is always the BEST), but I can’t help but dream of summer at this stage of winter. Before I get to plugging summer, I want to mention a few late...

There have been some great on going weekly events in Telluride this winter, and there are also some great special events coming up over the next few weeks!

The first weekly event I would like to mention are the Monday Historic Ski Tours with Johnnie...

We’ve had everything here in the last week of Telluride…. we had an Arctic blast last weekend. VERY cold temperatures and a healthy dose of much appreciated snow. Temperatures have remained frosty, but the sun is now shining. It feels more like mid January than...

After 3 days of SERIOUSLY sub zero temperatures, a lot of Telluriders are waking up to frozen pipes this morning. A frozen pipe burst up near Tomboy Road yesterday, shooting water 75 feet into the air!! Brrrr, its definitely chilly out there. On Tuesday we...

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