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Mountain Village Bike Park

Accessed from the San Sophia mid-station of the FREE Telluride—Mountain Village Gondola, the Mountain Village Bike Park features intermediate and expert downhill mountain bike trails with berms, jumps, drops, rock gardens, table tops and fall lines. The trail network traverses through glades and forest on the Telluride Ski Resort into the town of Mountain Village.

NO LIFT TICKET IS REQUIRED TO RIDE THE GONDOLA AND THE BIKE PARK. While access is free, all downhill...

Telluride Historical Museum

The Telluride Historical Museum offers engaging annual exhibitions alongside the Museum’s permanent collection of artifacts from the region’s Ute heritage, robust mining history, and ski and festival history. Ten rooms, each with their own theme, showcase these different aspects of Telluride history. Hands-on, interactive, and rotating displays engage all the senses, giving visitors new experiences each visit.


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Mountain Biking

Telluride is surrounded by an extensive network of single track bike trails and old mining roads great for every skill level from beginners to the most advanced riders. Push the limits on one of Telluride’s classic single track trails, or take a scenic ride on Telluride’s valley floor alongside the San Miguel River. Telluride is the perfect place to rent a bike and explore the mountains or join an experienced guide on a personal tour catered to your skill level and interests.

Mountain Biking in Mountain Village

During the summer season, the free gondola is equipped with...

Wagner Custom Skis Factory Tour

Join Wagner Custom Skis and Snowboards for a private tour of their sustainable ski factory in the center of Mountain Village. CEO Pete Wagner will walk through his custom ski process, all while taking a look at what sets Wagner Custom apart from other ski manufacturers. Pete will show the different materials that are used to build varying ski types, and the different stages of custom ski production. Join us for an afternoon of winter envy at the Wagner factory. This custom tour will last roughly an hour.

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Rafting

The snowmelt from the 13,000 and 14,000 foot peaks that surround Telluride fill our river basin and initiate a thrilling whitewater rafting time-frame for one of the state’s last free flowing waterways. From late May through the end of June the San Miguel River swells with millions of...

Family Excursions

Treat your friends and family to an adventure-packed overnight trip of mountaineering and glamping or join guided family hikes or mini camps and learn about life zones, tree identification, geology, birds, wildflowers and local human history. Eco Adventures is located inside the ski school at the base of the gondola in Mountain Village. Check out the rest of our Summer Eco Adventures here or call (970) 728-7300 for more information.

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Ropes Course

Times:
11AM–5PM | Through September 3 (Labor Day)
After Labor Day, the Ropes Course will be open Saturday and Sunday only through Sunday, Sept. 9th.

Location:
Heritage Plaza at the base of the Mountain Village Gondola

Price:
Single Use – $19

Push yourself to new heights in this suspended ropes course. This activity offers safe climbing experiences for all ages and experience levels.

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River Tubing

Bring your tube and float down the slow moving San Miguel River to cool off on a hot summer day.  Many local retailers rent tubes, or you can purchase tubes at Ace Hardware located on main street.

Bungee Trampoline

Times:
11AM–5PM | through September 3 (Labor Day)
After Labor Day, the Bungee Trampoline will be open Saturday and Sunday only through September.

Location:
Heritage Plaza at the base of the Mountain Village Gondola

Price:
Single Jump – $15

This activity is for all age groups and experience levels. Maximum weight is 240 lbs.

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Via Ferrata

This exhilarating, airy traverse, installed by local iron-worker Chuck Kroger, has become an iconic Telluride outing and a must-do for adventurous visitors. A guided trip can help take the stress out of the outing and help mitigate the inherent risk of the route. Our guides come from a background of big mountain expedition guiding and all have extensive experience on the Via Ferrata. The route precariously traverses rock faces up to 600 feet above the forest below, exposed in sections that would be impassable without steel cables and iron rungs along the way. The Telluride Via Ferrata...

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