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A pre festival rundown on the 2014 Telluride Blues and Brews Festival.

Only and hour from Telluride, the Silverton area is filled with old mining roads to explore in a 4WD vehicle. Arrastra Gulch is a very accessible area just a couple miles outside of town.

Fall colors in Telluride are set to explode in late September

Erik Fallenius, president of Nevasca Realty, reflects on his recent lunch with Ron Allred.

Short reviews of many of the movies that were screened at the 2014 Telluride Film Festival

Silver Lake is always one of the most beautiful hikes in the Telluride area. Combining this hike with Jackass Basin adds a significant amount of difficulty.

Just outside of Rico is the entrance to one of the most beautiful jeep trails in the area. Today, we headed over to the Million Dollar Highway, via the Scotch Creek trail. From there, it was up to Silverton and then back to Telluride using Ophir Pass.

Telluride Picks is a Youtube channel we started to feature interviews with musicians, actors and other interesting people in unique locations around the Town of Telluride.

Sometimes it pays to slow down. The Keystone Gulch Trail is a beautiful hike that can be best appreciated going slow.

A Telluride local and long-time film festival attendee provides some observations about the Telluride Film Festival.


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