Cabins in Telluride

Cabins in Telluride

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Highlights in Telluride

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  • skiing and snowboarding
  • hiking
  • mountain retreat
  • outdoor activities

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Cabins in Telluride

Best cabins in Telluride

If you’re looking for accommodation options in and around Telluride, consider renting a cabin. You’ll find many beautiful cabins in the area, most of which are located in the town of Mountain Village. When you stay in Mountain Village, you’re just a gondola ride away from the world-class Telluride ski resort. Plus, Mountain Village is just a 15-minute drive from downtown Telluride, where you’ll find plenty of excellent dining options, shops, and art galleries.

Luxurious cabin rentals

If you rent a cabin in Telluride, your accomodation will be far from rustic. These high-end cabins are equipped with all of the modern amenities that you could possibly need for a comfortable stay, like internet connection, television, and in-unit washing machines. Plus, many properties come equipped with extra bonuses like jacuzzis, balconies, terraces, and fireplaces, so you will be able to enjoy a unique and luxurious stay. Finally, you’ll find properties that sleep more than a dozen people, so traveling with the whole family will be no problem.

Travelers and activities

Telluride for skiers and snowboarders

Telluride is a world-class destination for skiers and snowboarders. Telluride Ski Resort has over 150 runs and more than 2,000 acres of lift-accessible terrain. The resort’s 19 lifts take you to the top of this 13,000-foot mountain, which offers beginner, intermediate, advanced, and expert runs. If you’re new to the sport, you can sign up for private or group lessons. They also have ski and snowboard lessons for children, perfect for if you’re traveling with the family. Once you’re ready to warm up after a couple of runs, head into one of the resort’s mid-mountain restaurants. And if you’re more of a cross country skier, you’ll find plenty of Nordic trails in the Mountain Village area.

Telluride for hikers

If you happen to be in town in the summer rather than the winter, there are still plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy. Telluride is an excellent hiking destination, offering over 90 trails for hikers of every ability level. For beginners, we recommend the three-mile-long Jud Wiebe Memorial Trail. This hike has plenty of picnic spots and leads you to a spectacular waterfall. If you’re looking for an intermediate hike, check out the Blue Lakes Trail, a 3.5-mile hike with a 2,500-foot elevation gain. At the end of the hike, you’ll reach three breathtaking alpine lakes. Finally, experienced hikers will want to head to the Sneffels Highline Trail, a challenging 15-mile hike with impressive elevation gains. We recommend trying out this hike when the wildflowers are in bloom or during the fall foliage season.

You’ll find Colorado’s tallest free-falling waterfall just over three miles from downtown Telluride.

Top 7 travel tips in Telluride

1. Bridal Veil Falls

As we mentioned, Telluride is home to the tallest free-falling waterfall in Colorado: Bridal Veil Falls. With a drop of 365 feet, these spectacular falls are a must-see if you are in the area. There are two trail options to reach the falls: a gravel road, which is the easier of the two paths, and a wooded trail.

2. Off-Roading

If you have or are willing to rent a sturdy 4x4 vehicle, off-roading is one of the best ways to see the Telluride area. Hop in your Jeep and explore the area’s alpine lakes, waterfalls, mountain views, and more.

3. White Water Rafting

Summer visitors have plenty of fun activities at their disposal, including white water rafting. You can sign up for a guided experience and raft down the rapids of the San Miguel River.

4. Telluride Via Ferrata

Another adrenaline-inducing activity in the area is the Telluride Via Ferrata. It is a popular, yet challenging, route. So unless you are a seasoned climber, we recommend doing the via ferrata with the help of a climbing guide.

5. Telluride Arts District

This is a certified creative district where you’ll find a number of galleries and performance spaces. Though the town is small, it has a thriving art and culture scene.

6. Telluride Festivals

Depending on when you’re in town, you may be able to catch one of Telluride’s various summer festivals. These include the Mountain film Festival, the Telluride Balloon Festival, the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, the Telluride Yoga Festival, and the Telluride Americana Music Festival.

7. Sleigh Rides

Finally, winter visitors can organize a special holiday activity and sign up for a private dinner sleigh ride, a unique experience that you and your family are sure to remember for years to come.

FAQs: Cabins in Telluride

Which types of facilities are offered at the cabins in Telluride?

Out of the services available on Holidu, it appears that the cabins in Telluride contain everything that travelers desire! Here, the cabins generally include a variety of amenities, the most popular being: fireplace (88%), internet (88%), and balcony (76%)...Are you convinced yet?

How do travelers usually rate cabins in Telluride?

According to Holidu, the majority of the cabins in Telluride scored a score of fewer than 4.5 stars. If this criteria is important for you, it will be necessary to be a little more attentive towards the reviews.

Are the cabins in Telluride child-friendly?

According to the Holidu database, 18% of cabins in Telluride are suitable for vacations with children, it will therefore be easy to find the perfect cabin for you and your family.

Are the cabins in Telluride suitable for travelers who wish to take their pets on vacation?

For sure! In Telluride, 12% of the cabins accept them!

Do the cabins in Telluride tend to offer Wi-Fi?

Of course! Based on the last year, 88% of cabins in Telluride offer internet connection. So no need to panic, you will be able to stay connected at any time!

How much does it usually cost for cabins in Telluride?

A lot of the cabins in Telluride are generally fairly expensive. According to Holidu, 82% are at more than $500 per night.

Do the cabins in Telluride often come equipped with a fireplace or a pool?

Certainly! Based on last year, the cabins in Telluride have everything you need in summer and winter. Here, 88% have a fireplace and 71% a pool.

Are the cabins in Telluride suitable for trips with a big group or better for an escape as a small group?

In Telluride, according to the last year, 76% of cabins are suitable for groups of up to eight travelers, 35% of these cabins have at least four bedrooms. But 100% of cabins are also suitable for up to four guests, and 100% of the cabins are made up of at least two separate bedrooms. This is therefore the perfect destination for big and small families alike!

Do the cabins in Telluride offer outdoor space to enjoy?

More than half of the cabins have a balcony and a view (76% and 71%) making it the best destination for those who dream of waking up to a beautiful view in the morning. If you like eating your meals outdoors, and especially if you like barbecues, 71% of the cabins are equipped with them.

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