No Snow? No problem…Here are a list of fun activities for you to beat the no snow blues

  1. Sleep late and enjoy a nice hot pot of our complimentary Steaming Bean Coffee while reading either local paper, The Telluride Daily Planet or on Thursday grab a Watch, for all of the tri-county news.
  2. Take in a movie at the historic Nugget Theater. Watch for free kids’ movies from time to time.
  3. Between the Covers Bookstore on Main Street offers some great reads and hot coffee to keep the cold away!
  4. Take a trip back in time by visiting the amazing Telluride Historical Museum. Stop by our office at 220 S. Pine Street, 970-728-4831 for discounted admission coupons!
  5. Eat like a local! Stop by the Corner House for great burgers! Oak at the Telluride Gondola Station is a local’s favorite. Say hi to Robby over a fine bourbon and barbeque. Visit the historic Last Dollar Saloon (The Buck to the locals) and grab a sudsy happy hour beverage.
  6. A spa treatment always takes away the no snow blues. Try an Environmental Control Facial and feel like a new person. Call Michelle at Atmosphere Spa at 970-728-0630.
  7. Mind Blown at the Madeline – Mountain Village Core is a magic show for audiences 12 and up. http://mindblownatthemadeline.com/
  8. Need an Acupuncture treatment or are you ready for a Sound Healing? Feel the bliss! Call Jane or Jay of LuvLight 970-728-1442
  9. Take our FREE public transportation system up to Mountain Village, The Telluride Mountain Village Gondola is a wonder you must see for yourself! Brace for drops and some of the most beautiful views mother nature has to offer!
  10. At the top of the Gondola, St. Sophia Station, you find Allred’s restaurant. Cocktails with a view and local sourced organic meats and vegetable await you at the top of the world! Reservations are strongly recommended! 970-728-7474
  11. Once you make it to Mountain Village, stay a spell There is an ice rink for the kiddo’s and cozy fire tables for mom and dad at the Hotel Madeline. And did I mention table side s’mores! Call 970-369-8943 for more details!
  12. Stop by the local’s pub in the Village for après ski! Ask Ashley about the wings! Poacher’s Pub 970-728-9647
  13. When you get back to Telluride, visit the Wilkinson Public Library. They offer free classes from yoga to Spanish speaking classes to author talks. They also have a fat tire bikes, laptops and movies for rent.
  14. Shopping? There is plenty of that. Stop by Tkarn Imports on across the street from the Second Chance Thrift Store (proceeds go to pets needing forever homes) for unique items for your home. Tesha Karn is a local who travels all around the world for treasures. Check out Hook on a wall. Whimsical hooks and other super fun items for the home. Scarpe, Sublime, Kellie’s, Two Skirts, Down to Earth, Cashmere Red offer upscale clothing for women and men. Telluride Trappings and Toggery is the longest family owned retail in Telluride.  Say hi to Todd and Wendy, proprietors at the Toggery!
  15. Telluride is a great town for people watching! On Saturday and Sundays, grab brunch at the Floradora Saloon, The Chop House, or Butcher and Baker and sit on Main Street! Be forewarned, you may have to share your meal with one of the many happy pooches that will be passing by!
  16. There are many fascinating day trips: Head to Ouray and take a soak at the Hot Springs. Go to Moab and see Arches National ParkMesa Verde to the south is also another trip that is worth it.  Check all schedules before you embark.
  17. Visit the Timberline ACE Hardware Store on Main Street. Say hi to Tom, Ray and the crew from us.  Marvel at how much product can be crammed into one space.  And they have just about everything you need!
  18. Ice Skating at four different places, the Hanley Ice Rink at the Town Park, the outside frozen pond at the Dolly Parton tent (you will know what we mean when you see it), the pond by Boot Doctors in the Mountain Village and at the Madeline Hotel. Bring your own skates or rent. https://www.telluride-co.gov/182/Ice-Rinks
  19. Take a quick trip to Ridgway for naked or not hot springs soaking at Orvis Hot Springs. After your soak be sure to stop by Taco Del Nar for excellent street style tacos.
  20. Rent a Fat Tire Bike from the Boot Doctors/Paragon Sports and ride out to the Telluride Distillery in Lawson Hill.
  21. There are many excellent Yoga Studios in Town. Check out the schedules on the Telluride Yoga Center, Mangala Yoga, Telluride Yoga and Pilates at the Madeline
  22. Fly-fishing anyone? It is a year-round sport!  Call Telluride Outside at 970-728-3895.
  23. Horseback rides? The infamous Roudy will set you up! Call Ride with Roudy at 970-728-9611 for wagon rides or horseback riding.
  24. Telluride has CrossFit! Open gym and drop in classes. Check it out at Telluridegym.com, 970-728-4622.
  25. Take a trip to Town Park and experience the lovely walking trails at the park. For the adventurous, keep walking to the box canyon and check out the frozen waterfall. Not that adventurous? You can drive there as well!
  26. Dog Sledding? Seriously, the dogs are trained on carts and it is a blast!  Wintermoon Dog Sledding is available!  970-729-0058
  27. Give Dave at Dave’s Mountain Tours a call for a 2-hour tour of Bridal Veil Falls, Alta and Last Dollar Roads. 970-728-9749
  28. There are two skate parks in town. One at Town Park and the other is located at the Telluride Youth Center at the corner of Willow and Pine Streets.
  29. Take in live music at Club Red at the Telluride Conference Center. Popular bluegrass band, Yonder Mountain String Band will be rocking in 2018! Call 970-369-4760 for tickets and information.
  30. OK, one more. The Mac Daddy of tours!  Call Telluride Helitrax for a helicopter scenic tour.  You will not regret it!  Tell them the ladies of Accommodations in Telluride sent you!  970-728-8377.