Learn from a local: Storyteller offers Telluride ski, history tour

The history of Telluride includes such items of interest as this mill bucket hoist from the 1940s that carried miners up and ore down from mines during near Telluride. Skiers today enjoy faster and safer conveyances from town to the ski area.



Telluride has a load of history and a load of secrets.

You could spend a lifetime doing the research or you could talk to a local.

Which would you rather do?

Join Telluride native and Colorado Ski Hall of Fame member Johnnie Stevens on his weekly guided ski tours.

He knows what Telluride was like before Joe Zoline built the ski resort.

WHAT: Tours of Telluride Ski Resort with Johnnie Stevens, a Telluride native, ski Hall of Famer and one of the best storytellers you’ll ever hear.

WHEN: 10 a.m. Mondays.

WHERE: Meet at The Peaks Resort & Spa, Level B, in the Telluride Mountain Village.

HOW: Call first, 970-728-3342, ext. 2.


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