Town & Country Hearts Telluride

From last January through August, Forbes, Vogue, W, Architectural Digest, Free Skier, West FW Lifestyle all sent bouquets to Telluride. (Find all those reviews here.)

In the run-up to the 2017-1018 ski season, to whet your appetite and as a reminder of the love Town & Country sent our way in an article by Larry Olmsted in December 2016, “T & C Travel Guide: The Best of Telluride: Where to stay, eat, and drink at America’s top (secret) ski resort.”

Among the shout-outs: Madeline Hotel & Residences, New Sheridan Hotel, La Marmotte, 221 South Oak, Alpino Vino, Oak BBQ, Wagner Custom Skies, and BootDoctors

If you are gearing up for skiing, here’s a recent story about the “Gear Gods” at BootDoctors.

Still need a ski pass? Go here.

Need help trip planning? Go here.

Image, courtesy Visit Telluride & Ryan Bonneau.

 

Image, courtesy Visit Telluride.

From outlaw Butch Cassidy to longtime homeowner Oprah Winfrey, Telluride has always been the ski town of choice for those who can afford to go anywhere but prefer to keep a low profile. It combines Old West ambiance with understated luxury, fine dining with casual, rugged terrain with corduroy, and more than any other mountain in this country, offers truly great skiing for every ability. Telluride is arguably the country’s best all-around ski vacation destination (Ski Magazine readers just ranked it number one in North America for Overall Satisfaction, and top marks in Scenery and Character), but it has long been knocked for being remote and hard to reach. That was always an exaggerated and unfortunate myth, but with the reopening of commercial service into the town’s ultra-convenient airport, it’s easier than ever to get here.

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Susan Viebrock

Susan Viebrock

Susan is Telluride Inside… and Out’s founder and editor-in-chief, the visionary on the team, in charge of content, concept and development. For 19+ years, Susan has covered Telluride’s cultural economy, which includes non-profits and special events. Much of her writing features high-profile individuals in the arts, entertainment, business, and politics. She is a former Citibank executive specializing in strategic planning and new business development, and a certified Viniyoga instructor.
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