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We are excited to introduce you to the greater Telluride region and invite you to come experience for yourself our spectacular corner of the country.

Located in southwest Colorado’s stunning San Juan Mountains, Telluride is renowned for its authentic, comfortable character and blend of refined culture and unpretentious attitude. From our famous festivals and outdoor activities to exceptional restaurants and fine hotels, the area serves up four seasons of destination fun.  The town sits at 8,750 feet above sea level and has been designated a National Historic Landmark District.

Telluride is connected with neighboring Mountain Village by a free gondola transportation system—the only one of its kind in North America. At an elevation of 9,500 feet, Mountain Village is a pedestrian-friendly community and home to the Telluride Ski Resort headquarters, a world-class golf course, restaurants, lodging and shops.

From incredible downhill skiing to summers full of adventure, every season serves up amazing experiences for our guests. We invite you to explore our spectacular surroundings for yourself.

To help you research the region for story ideas, get current news and access a wide selection of images, please direct all media inquiries to: | 970.369.2106 (d) | 970.708.2375 (c)

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Film Commission

If you're interested in bringing your production to Telluride, contact the Telluride Film Commission.

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Contact Tom Watkinson, Director of Public Relations.


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