Telluride In A Word Tag

Telluride is surrounded by time. It’s found in the 13,000 and 14,000 foot San Juan peaks that were formed over millions of years. It’s in the historic mining structures that the people of Telluride have fought to preserve. Yet, time

Episode five of our six-part video series follows the story of Telluride Ski Patroller James Guest who started patrolling here when the resort opened in 1972. This place is built on the shoulders of people like James, who sought and found

Telluride is anything but a cookie-cutter destination. This place has grown from a mining town of sparse resources to a truly remarkable resort. It is unusual, singular and peerless.   #TellurideInAWord Video by Brett Schreckengost Footage: GoPro, Sony FS700, Nikon D800

Unorthodox events and independent-minded people can be found nearly everywhere in Telluride. If you’ve spent time in Telluride, then you know “maverick” is a word that could be used to describe this place. This is the subject of our third

Episode 2 of  six-part series, “Telluride in a Word”, is now showing. This video gets a local’s take on the beauty, art and nightlife that surrounds us in winter. It’s all about what you may “encounter” in Telluride. #TellurideInAWord Video by Brett

Telluride In A Word - “Glider” Bob Saunders was an obvious choice to talk about the word “air” and how it relates to this place. As a glider pilot who soars above the mountains of Telluride, he knows the subject