Telluride Sleighs and Wagons was created to honor the heritage of the Aldasoro family who immigrated from the Basque region of Spain and established roots in 1920. Originally a sheep ranch, to provide lamb and wool to the miners, the ranch now serves as a destination for wagon and sleigh rides. During the winter, enjoy a sleigh ride (pulled by a snowcat) up to the tented venue. Of course, there is hot chocolate to savor on the ride up and cocktails are served upon arrival. Dinner is a gourmet meal shared family style. In the summer, the venue stays the same but the means by which you reach it become a horse-drawn wagon. Bring your camera as the views are amazing, including a sunset you won't' soon forget.
In the summer, the venue stays the same but the means by which you reach it become a horse-drawn wagon. Bring your camera as the views are amazing, including a sunset you won't soon forget. The dinner menu changes throughout the summer to take advantage of the freshest ingredients. Cocktails and appetizers are served al fresco before gathering under the tent for a farm to table gourmet meal.
The first photo in the series is courtesy of Abie Livesay Photography.
The sleigh and wagon tour schedules changes by season.
Winter Sleigh Ride
2 rides are offered, the early ride at 4:30 is geared towards families while the later ride is better experienced as adults.
The experience begins with guests being picked-up at 6:00pm at the Telluride Courthouse and is expected to last approximately 3.5 hours
Sample Summer Itinerary