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3 Cheers to Adventure: The 3 Best Telluride Bars


There’s never an off-season for adventure here in the Town of Telluride, Colorado’s true hidden gem. Thrillseekers from all across North America flock to our picturesque respite to snowmobile through the backcountry, carve down Palmyra Peak, and backpack into the vast unknown. And nothing quite puts an exclamation point on the tail end of a glorious day on the slopes or the Colorado wilderness than a tall drink with friends new and...

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An Update Regarding COVID-19


In an effort to stay up-to-the-minute on this ongoing pandemic, we continue to closely monitor the latest COVID-19 briefings via the Organization of the CDC Center for Global Health, as well as the San Miguel County Department of Health and Environment. Your health, safety, and welfare are paramount to us here at Accommodations in Telluride. As of April 7, 2020, San Miguel County has 10 confirmed cases of the coronavirus. The number of...

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The Best Bluegrass Festival in Colorado: Telluride


While we’re in the midst of ski, snowmobile, and snowshoe season here in breathtaking Telluride, CO, spring’s arrival is seemingly just around the corner. And, for the last 46 years, the community has symbolically waved goodbye to spring by hosting the premier bluegrass festival in Colorado: the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, a four-day extravaganza at the foothills of the San Juan Mountains. The festival takes place every year in Town Park,...

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Mountain Lodge Adventures: Summer in Telluride, Colorado


We’re fully aware that Telluride, Colorado, is best known for its glorious, world-class alpine ski slopes. There’s something truly uplifting about boasting one of the American West’s most desirable four-season destinations. However, you might be surprised to discover that summer in Telluride, Colorado, is perhaps our favorite season. Obviously, the loss of snow puts a dent in skiing and snowboarding tourism. But there’s a seemingly endless mountain range just aching...

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The Best Breakfast in Telluride, CO


Perhaps the most underrated aspect of a skiing, mountain biking, or sightseeing excursion to the Town of Telluride is the growing culinary scene. Within minutes of the top-rated Accommodations in Telluride, outdoor enthusiasts can discover everything from luxuriant French cuisine to bustling brewpubs. That being said, finding a hearty, well-balanced breakfast in Telluride isn’t a cinch as only a handful of eateries do it right. But, luckily for you, we’ve pieced together...

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A Handy, Self-Guided Town of Telluride Brewery Guide


As we plunge forward into yet another untold decade, it’s hard not to reflect on the past 10 years. The travel industry will be forever changed by Airbnb, Instagram tourism, and the rising art of the digital detox. But don’t forget about the continent’s rapid resurgence of craft breweries and distilleries. According to the Brewers Association, the U.S. saw a 370-percent increase in gross production in craft beer over the past 14...

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Snowmobiling in Colorado: A Nonstop Thrill Ride


There are few greater thrills in this world than slashing through fresh powder amid towering, snow-capped mountains, frosty pines, and jaw-dropping wildlife on a speedy snowmobile. While Telluride, CO, is known to most as an idyllic skiing and snowboarding hub, guests are always surprised to discover a seemingly neverending snowmobiler’s winter playground within minutes of our Victorian mining town. As you might imagine, snowmobiling in Colorado is a dreamlike experience...

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Harnessing Life: Approaching Figuration Through Paint with Carlo D’Anselmi


October 21 – November 1, 2019 Monday – Friday 9am – 1pm Unlock the powers of paint to construct multi-faceted, illustrative worlds. Under the direction of NYC artist Carlo D’Anselmi, students in this two-week intensive will examine the inherent properties of paint as a unique and powerfully expressive tool while learning how to manipulate color to describe figures and objects. Learn More

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Telluride Horror Show


October 11 – 13, 2019 The Telluride Horror Show, Colorado’s first and longest-running horror film festival, returns for its 10th edition! Every year, the festival attracts the latest & best genre films from around the world and attendees from all over the country for an incredible gathering of film fans. Learn More

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Painting Floral Still Life & the Human Figure with Ying Li


October 7 – October 18, 2019 Monday – Friday 8:30am – 12:30pm In this intensive course, students will explore techniques and concepts in floral painting with an emphasis on its relationship with the human figure in both interior and exterior spaces. Various expressions in both representational and abstract approaches to floral/figure painting will be investigated. Learn More

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