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off season activities telluride, telluride spring hiking
Between ski season and the excitement of summer, Off-Season occurs in the mountain town of Telluride. The slopes have closed for the season and the town essentially empties out of tourists allowing for a special opportunity to enjoy early season hiking, biking, and more! But...Read more
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A view of downtown Telluride in the spring
Looking to enjoy Telluride in the springtime? From getting in one last run on a ski slope to jumping in a raft to navigate the white waters, there are plenty of things to do when you book a Telluride vacation rental in the spring!Read more
snow capped peaks in telluride colorado
If you’re visiting Telluride during any season, you’re going to be experiencing elevation ranging from 8,750 to 14,000+ feet. At Telluride’s Rocky Mountain high elevations, there is less oxygen and less humidity in the air than what you might experience if you live closer to...Read more
overhead view of family dining out sharing multiple dishes
Update (3/1/21): San Miguel County COVID-19 restrictions are easing as of March 1 to allow for increased capacity in indoor dining. Restaurants can now go to 50 percent capacity or 50 people, whichever is fewer, with a last call for food and alcohol 11 p.m...Read more
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cross country skiing
If hitting the slopes isn’t your idea of fun or the ski resort has limited lift ticket sales, there are plenty of other ways to enjoy the beautiful snow-capped San Juans and all in its winter glory. Here is a roundup of our favorite winter...Read more
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take out restaurants telluride
Telluride's dining scene is renowned, offering something for everyone from fine dining at 10,000 feet to world-famous pizza at Brown Dog. While dining out in Telluride may not be possible or recommended this winter, that doesn't mean you can't enjoy the flavors and dishes in...Read more
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Telluride is set to open for the winter season on November 28, 2020, and we couldn't be more excited to welcome skiers and snowboarders to our piece of paradise. Soon we’ll all be happily schussing the San Juan slopes with friends. With most time being...Read more
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colorado distance learning
The school year is off to a very different start. We, at Vivid Vacation Rentals, truly feel for teachers and families with school-aged children. If you’re in a situation where you have options to learn (and work) remotely, we welcome you to consider joining us...Read more
telluride wildflower trails
During July and August, Telluride is bedecked in a colorful blanket of wildflowers. High alpine meadows, forests, and river banks are dotted in spectacular species of flora, including Columbine, the Colorado state flower, Lupine, Indian Paintbrush, Fireweed, Monkshood, and much more.Read more
Telluride Colorado Ave
There’s something special about staying near Colorado Avenue. There’s a remarkable mix of Colorado history and modern elegance. Many annual events bring people together and there are lots of cool restaurants and bars.Read more

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