Welcome Guide: Telluride Summer Guide

Visit Welcome Guide/Free for many activities, music and farmers market schedules availabe throughout the Summer.

Telluride Golf Club
970.728.2606
The Most Beautiful Course You’ll Ever Play!
The Telluride Golf Club features an 18-hole par-70, 6574 -yard course tucked within the highest concentration of 13,000 and 14,000 foot peaks in the United States. The natural beauty and splendor of the surrounding mountains and wildflowers will take your breath away as you tee off at 9,417 fee, an altitude that puts Telluride Golf Club amongst the highest golf courses in the world. The altitude works to your advantage as Telluride’s air creates less resistance against the golf ball during flight, translating to longer drives.


Horseback Rides

  • Telluride Horseback Adventures – Ride with Roudy – If you’re staying in Telluride or Mountain Village, Telluride Horseback Adventures is Telluride’s most experienced and established horseback outfitter. Local cowboy, “Roudy Roudebush” has been taking people on trail rides for over 40 years. Trips are available from one to two hour rides and customized pack trips can also be arranged. Call Roudy @ The Barn 970.728.9611.
  • Circle K Ranch – Telluride’s epic landscape and the breathtaking San Juan Mountains are even more amazing on the back of a horse. The Telluride area has some great, dedicated equestrians and horse ranches that actively work to give their clients an authentic and freeing experience. While these outfitters do organize beginner groups, they also create custom itineraries and adventures for more experienced groups. The guides below are happy to create trips canter and move at your own pace. Call 1.800.477.6381 for more information.

Summer Guides at Telluride Outside
970.728.3895
Welcome To Telluride recommends Telluride Outside for all your outdoor summer activities. Peter would be happy to assist with scheduling any activity with Telluride Outside.

  • 4-WD Tours – Telluride Outside’s 4-WD Tours provides an unparalleled opportunity to experience Telluride’s fabulous high country while learning the history of one of the world’s most famous and notorious gold rush towns. (PIC)
  • Fly Fishing – The San Miguel, Dolores, Uncompahgre and Gunnison are among the finest trout streams in the Rocky Mountains. Each offers unique fly fishing opportunities, from the San Miguel’s freestone pocket-water to the glassy runs of the Lower Dolores. Lakes, ponds and alpine creeks offer even more choices. The quality of our fly fishing is matched only by the beauty of our surroundings. (PIC)
  • Paddle Boarding – Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP) offers a family-friendly mountain adventure that appeals equally to children and adults. Telluride is surrounded by ideal SUP destinations including Alta Lakes, Wild Boy Lake, Priest Lake, Trout Lake, Elk Pond, Down Valley Park and the San Miguel River.
  • Whitewater Rafting – River Rafting is splashy, fast and fun. Telluride Outside offers terrific rafting for guests of any experience level anywhere from a half day to 3 day trips. River running the San Miguel requires constant maneuvering and excellent teamwork. Trips fill up fast so we recommend booking in advance. (PIC)

Fly Fishing