Telluride Trail Map
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Telluride Trail Map
Telluride, located in the southwest corner of Colorado, boasts incredible views at its highest peaks and breathtaking views of the town of Telluride CO from The Plunge, a classic run. Overall, the mountain has over 2,000 acres of lift-accessible terrain with 148 trails. This Trail Map that will make you long to be on the slopes.
The resort is renowned for steep and deep trails while providing 50% of their area to the beginner or intermediate skier. In addition to lift trails, there are some hike-to terrain areas for advanced and expert skiers the longest run,
The Galloping Goose goes on for over 4.5 miles and can be skied by just about any level or skier. With a maximum elevation of 13,150 feet, the mountain has no trouble holding onto its snow and averages more than 280 inches of annual snowfall. In addition to the ski trails, the area offers terrain parks for all skill levels and 10 kilometers of Nordic skiing trails.
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