Telski: Powder Happy(er) – Update, Revelation Bowl+

The first major dump on January 11, quieted some of the rumors about Telluride. After new storms on January 21 and January 22, 17″ of new in just 48 hours, the Telluride Ski Resort opened new terrain around Lifts 5, 6, 9, 10 & 11. The terrain parks in Ute Park  were opened too, along with the Nordic/Snowshoe trails. Lifts 12, 13 & 14 open for the season as of Friday, January 26. New terrain in Prospect Bowl (Lift 12) are also now open, as well as See Forever from the top of Gold Hill.

And now this in from Telski: The first part of this season was highlighted by amazing work from our snowmaking and grooming team. However, Mother Nature – and Ullr?– have taken over. Overall, we’ve had 33” of snowfall in the last seven days and just as A OPENSNOW predicted, it looks like we will get up to another foot of snow in Telluride. I can hear your hoots and hollers, especially with this new terrain added to our inventory.” 

Earlier this week Telluride opened new terrain on Gold Hill: Electra, Dynamo, Millions and Little Rose.

On Valentine’s Day, Telski opened some hike-to area off the Prospect Lift, Confidence, Crystal & Genevieve, as well as Holy Cow and Runaway Train off Lift 10.

And there’s more to come… the ski resort plans to open Revelation Bowl by Saturday, in time for the holiday weekend.

Revelation Bowl, courtesy Telski.

Go here for detailed updates on terrain expansion. 

Go here for passes/tickets.

Scan Telluride Inside… and Out’s Home Page for more about local entertainment, arts, and special events and scroll down to watch three inspiring videos from Telski.

Note: All images are courtesy Ryan Bonneau for Visit Telluride.

Cue Dean Martin’s “Let It Snow.”

And to burn the happy scene into your brain, go 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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