The fall season in Colorado is truly a one-of-a-kind experience. As the leaves change color, the expansive hillsides transform into stunning shades of orange, gold, and red. The colors of the Southern mountains reach their peak in October. Visit Telluride, Colorado and surround yourself with gorgeous scenery. The small town maintains an Old-West charm and a quiet sophistication that you won’t find anywhere else.
Element 52 – Family Playground
Element 52 is located in historic Telluride, nestled at the base of the San Juan mountains on the San Miguel River. The property offers a unique collection of luxury vacation homes for year-round vacations. Visit during the fall to see the natural beauty of the area. Bring the family out for a fun filled vacation with the Family Playground package. It includes accommodations in a spacious two-bedroom residence, welcome beverages upon arrival, complimentary parking, and no resort fee.
Climb aboard the famous Telluride Gondola for a scenic adventure up to Mountain Village. The 13-minute gondola ride is the first and only free public transportation system of its kind in the U.S. Marvel at the breathtaking views from an elevation of 10,500 feet. The gondola has three stations and runs daily from 6:30 am to midnight. Disembark at the mid-mountain Station St. Sophia stop for direct access to hiking, biking, and ski trails.
Altezza at the peaks
Altezza translates to “height” in Italian, and the scenic restaurant truly lives up to its name. The restaurant serves Indo-European inspired cuisine in addition to some of the most incredible panoramic views of Telluride. Stop in for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or happy hour. Stop in from 2 pm – 6 pm and try the signature Peak Burger with a draft beer or glass of wine for just $14.
Bear Creek Falls
Bear Creek Falls is one of Telluride’s most popular and most picturesque hiking trails. It’s an easy to moderate path that takes you up to an elevation of 1,050 feet. The scenic 2.5-mile trail ends in a stunning set of waterfalls and sweeping views of Telluride. It’s a short drive away from town and offers one of the best vantage points to see Colorado’s autumn colors.
Telluride Horror Show Film Festival
The annual Telluride Horror Show returns this weekend! It is Colorado’s first and longest-running horror film festival. The three-day event, now in its eighth year, brings together horror fans and films from around the globe. This year’s lineup includes 20 feature films and over 50 short films across multiple venues, including the Nugget Theatre, Palm Theatre, and Sheridan Opera house. You’ll experience an eclectic mix of suspense, thriller, dark fantasy, sci-fi, and more.