This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
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Mountain Village Travel Tips
Begin Your Outdoor Adventure at Mountain Village Vacation Rentals
Telluride is a paradise for outdoor adventures. From unrivaled skiing, to hiking, biking, and fly fishing, this mountain town has much to offer vacationers. If you like having plenty of privacy and space to feel more at home during your vacation, check out the Mountain Village vacation rentals for your Mountain Village lodging. Once vacationers stay at one of the Telluride resort rentals, they often never return to a hotel because of the increased comfort a rental provides.
If you are traveling to Telluride in the winter, you are likely coming here for the world-class skiing and snowboarding. Over 2,000 acres of skiing areas reside here so, whether you are a beginning skier or snowboarder or have been at it for years, you will find a slope that fits your abilities. If you are bringing your skiing or snowboarding gear on vacation, be sure to book one of the Mountain Village vacation rentals to ensure you have enough storage room.
Summertime in Telluride also provides a vacationer's paradise with such popular activities as hiking, fly fishing, and so much more. Fly fishing is a unique excursion that is worth trying during your stay at one of the Mountain Village vacation rentals. Be sure to get your fishing license upon arriving in Telluride. You can then book a fly fishing trip with a local outfitter such as San Miguel Anglers or Further Adventures. If you prefer hiking, there are plenty of trails in Telluride to fill a vacation. From short trails to over 14 mile trails, hiking opportunities exist for all skill levels. Hike the Blue Lake or Black Bear Pass trails for amazing landscape and wildlife viewing. Always bring along plenty of water and snacks when hiking to avoid fatigue.