Telluride Ski Resort is currently closed to all users. The Mountain Operations Team is in high gear making snow, building ski runs, and preparing for another winter season. Opening Day is fast approaching and the Mountain is bustling with snowmobiles, snowcatse and a lot of gear stretched out.
This annual closure is done under the ski resort’s special use permit with the United State’s Forest Service which allows the ski resort to close access on occasion to help ensure the safety of the public and resort employees. Currently, snow is being made and pushed all over the area from down in the Town of Telluride at the bottom of Oak Street, all the way up to the top of Lift 9, and back down again into the Mountain Village Center.
Access to the Telluride Ski Resort is expected to open on Nov. 27 on Donation Day where each guest is asked to donate $25 to benefit the local Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club. Official Opening Day is planned for November 28th. Uphill access will open in the Lift 10 area upon the opening of the Sunshine Express terrain.
Please help us ensure a safe and efficient start-up to the 2019-2020 season and recreate elsewhere until the Lifts are ready to roll.