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Price and Availability Index for Telluride
Holiday Letting Price Information in Telluride
This graph displays average prices of the holiday cottages and holiday apartments located in Telluride. Telluride is most expensive in December (21/12 - 28/12), when prices are on average £385 a night. The week with the lowest average prices is in May (02/05 - 09/05).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Telluride
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Telluride. More people travel to Telluride during a week in June (27/06 - 04/07). So far, 46% of the Telluride holiday lettings are occupied this week. More properties are available during one week of October (26/10 - 02/11), when the booking rate is only 11%.
The Weather in Telluride
Above are the weather conditions for Telluride. During June, maximum temperatures climb above 23°. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is August, while the driest month is June.
Modern holiday lettings highlight the best of active Telluride
Despite its location in Colorado's Rocky Mountains, your family will feel they've been whisked away to an alpine hideaway with a stay at a holiday letting in Telluride. A favourite among outdoor enthusiasts, this glamorous ski town offers a wide choice of both modern flats and classic cabins overlooking the mountains and the village.
Ubiquitous-seeming fireplaces add warmth and charm to local restaurants, and the views are often as satisfying as the meals. Carbo-load on blueberry pancakes with the locals at The Butcher and The Baker. For a laid-back vibe, head to the sports bar Cornerstone, and enjoy daily pub specials.
After a hike through nearby Keystone Gorge, a sandwich from Cindybread will help you refuel. If you are looking for five-star fare, the duck cassoulet at Allred’s, located high in the slopes at the top of the gondola, is locally famous.
Outdoor activities, all year round
In winter, there is ample opportunity for snowboarding, skiing, and snowshoeing. The highest lift at the Telluride Ski Resort reaches 3831 metres. When your family is done for the day, join in the après-ski fun at the many restaurants and bars in Mountain Village.
In summer, you can hike, horseback ride, kayak, and bike amongst fantastic scenery. Over 90 official hikes offer something for every level. And the gorgeous Telluride Golf Course even doubles as a nature sanctuary.
Music, food, and film festivals
This beautiful mountain town almost always seems to have something going on. In mid-June enjoy a range of performers at the annual four-day Bluegrass Festival. Past musicians have included artists as diverse as Emmylou Harris and David Byrne.
Also in June, you can enjoy the Wine Festival, while September plays host to the annual Blues & Brews Festival. In August, the lowly fungi is celebrated at the Mushroom Festival, and in July, you can sort out your karma at the annual Yoga Festival.
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