Telluride Bluegrass Almost Sold Out for Summer 2011

The Telluride Bluegrass Festival is almost sold out for 2011. The pace of sales broke records for the world famous festival. There are no more 4 day passes. Saturday and Sunday single days are currently sold out. You can still get Thursday and Friday single day tickets through www.planetbluegrass.com. Also check the Planet Bluegrass Forum … Read More

Telluride Daily Planet Wins Awards!

The Daily Planet, Telluride s premier 5 day a week publication has won numerous Colorado Press Association awards for 2010, including advertising space design, editorial layout, Best News Story and more. Over 4,000 entries were considered for these awards, and they were judged by the Wisconsin Press Association. If you are not in Telluride to … Read More

Telluride, Colorado Tourism Board Hires New CEO

The Telluride Tourism Board announced Friday, after a three month search, that it has hired Michael Marleton to take the helm. Marleton is a Colorado native who was working in Boston, specializing in destination tourism for ISM, who s client base include the Four Seasons and The Essex House. He has over 20 years of … Read More

Telluride’s Brown Dog Pizza Finishes 6th in Competition

Telluride Colorado s Brown Dog Pizza took 6th place at World Pizza Championships at the International Pizza Expo in Las Vegas, with its Detroit square pizza with pepperoni and mushrooms. Jeff Smokevitch one of the owners of the Brown Dog attended the International School of Pizza in San Francisco last summer where he graduated certified … Read More

Forest Service Opens Back Country Gate on Telluride Ski Resort

The US Forest Service opened a backcountry access point high on Palmyra Peak at the Telluride Ski Resort that accesses Bear Creek basin among other areas like Alta Lakes. The best way to access the gate is via Lift 12 and a hike up the ridgeline. It will be difficult to avoid the private property … Read More

Telluride’s February Real Estate Numbers

February 2011 was not a good Real Estate month for Telluride and the San Miguel County Region. $19.4 million in sales was off 48% from 2010 and the worst performing February in half a dozen years. Why? Well first off, last year we had $20 million in sales in February from a few Mountain Village … Read More

Telluride Ski Area and Daylight Savings Time

Just a quick notice. As of Sunday, the Telluride, Colorado Ski Resort will open at 10 am and close at 5 pm to take advantage of the nice long warm spring days. That’s what Telluride is known for in March…..Snow at Night. Blue Sky and Warm Days.

Telluride’s New Sheridan Chop House a Winner

This past week I ate out at Telluride Colorado’s New Sheridan Chop House, located at 233 West Colorado Avenue. It was fantastic. The service, top notch. Amtmosphere, second to none in Telluride and most important, the food delicious. It was hard to choose an appetizer, but the Crab Cake and Mussels would be my favorite, … Read More

Telluride Ski Resort Gets 9 inches of FRESH

The Telluride Ski Resort was blanketed with 9 inches of snow Sunday evening for some great March skiing and riding. A winter storm warning is in effect until later Tuesday with the possibility of an additional 1-2 FEET of snow hitting above 8,500 feet in the immediate Telluride Colorado region.