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If you want to fly to Telluride, you have several options, with three regional airports within a 2 ½ hour driving distance providing numerous flight options. Choose to fly into either the Montrose/Telluride Airport (MTJ), Grand Junction Regional Airport (GJT), or the Durango-La Plata Airport (DRO) for convenient flights that fit your schedule.
Telluride is one of the most pedestrian-friendly cities in the United States. Once you get here, you won’t need to rent a car thanks to services such as the free Gondola, Dial-a-Ride/Telluride Concierge and Galloping Goose bus service.
Telluride offers a variety of packages and specials in every season, so you can find the perfect time to experience Telluride for yourself. Enjoy the solitude and breathtaking views you’ll find on our endless winter powder days or revel in all the summertime adventure Telluride serves up.
Originally named Columbia, the fledgling town was forced to change its name in 1887 due to post office confusion with Columbia, California. From 1887 on, Telluride began to earn its place on the map as a budding mining town.
To make your first trip to Telluride as memorable as possible, we’ve pulled together a list of the top 10 things to keep in mind both as you’re planning your trip and after you get to town.
For children between 2 months and 4 years.