Telluride & Vail
There are so many mountains to choose from but for expert skiers we love both Telluride & Vail. Nothing beats Vail for powder, while Telluride features amazing steep runs...
Four Reasons To visit
Ski to a Cowboy Town
Established in 1878 , Telluride has maintained a sense of lawlessness. It was a mining town until the mid 50's. Great food, art and culture arrived in the late 60's with the hippies.
Altitude & North Facing Slopes
Mountain Village sits at 9500 feet above sea level, while the highest peak, The Palmyra, sits at 13,000 feet above sea level. Fifty percent of the terrain faces north.
Challenge yourself & discover back country skiing by using Colorado's only Heli Skiing operation. Explore the San Juan range of the Rocky Mountains
Head to Palmyra Peak & hike to the its 13,000 foot peak. The hike can take up to 90 minutes but you will be rewarded with your choice of the 10 Gold Hill Chutes...
The Back Bowls
Never short of fresh powder. The back bowls consist of 3000 acres . Each of the 7 bowls offers different conditions. From Tree Runs in Blue Sky Basin to the 1800 vertical drop of Forever in the Sun Down Bowl.
Vail Village is the perfect place to kick back and relax after a hard day of skiing. It was designed as a Swiss Mountain Village with an array of bars and restaurants
Vail has some of the best snow conditions in the country. 14.1% of days bring more than six inches of snow, and 18.9% of months bring bomber loads of more than 90 inches
Eagle Airport is just 45 minutes from Vail. Additionally you can fly to Denver and arrange a 90 minute van transfer to your hotel.