Mountain Village Trails Master Plan

Town of Mountain Village Trails Master Plan

The Town of Mountain Village is working on a community-wide trails master plan! Use this web page to learn more about the planning process and to share your ideas for trails in Mountain Village

The plan will establish a vision to make it easier to walk and bike in the community, increasing mobility choice for active transportation, commuting, and recreation. An important first step in plan development will be defining and understanding what a “trail” is for the Mountain Village community. This could mean natural surface trails, paved trails, or on-street facilities, such as bike lanes. Defining the meaning of “trail” will be a critical component of the planning process, and we need your help to do so! Recommendations developed through the plan, once implemented, will result in a more connected, safe, and inviting trail network. Residents and visitors will have new choices for getting around Mountain Village – for both transportation and recreation.

Trails Master Planning Recommendations

Review future planning recommendations by clicking the project summary below.

View proposed plans here

View Trails Recommendation Components

Trails Master Plan | Project Schedule


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Participating Partners

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Alta Planning + Design is a leading active transportation firm, specializing in the planning, design, and implementation of trails, and bicycle and pedestrian projects. As a firm, Alta has experience planning and designing trail projects that range from “Mega-Trails” (ie the 400+ mile Empire State Trail, the Razorback Greenway, Coachella Valley Link Trail, and the Hong Kong and LA Riverfront Trails) to local hard-surface and natural surface trail systems.

Alta has extensive experience working with resort and tourism-based communities, such as Aspen, Colorado; Big Sky, Montana; Park City, Utah; and Mammoth Lakes, California. Alta understands the different needs of all trail users, including pedestrians, cyclists, mountain bikers, and those with mobility impairments.

Alta’s Denver office work across the State, and will use its national and local knowledge to develop a Trails Master Plan that is tailored to the needs of Mountain Village.








Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association (TMVOA) is the property owner’s association for the Telluride Mountain Village with an ultimate goal of ensuring that Telluride Mountain Village is a highly sustainable and vital resort community. The funds collected by TMVOA from Real Estate Transfer Assessments and annual member assessments provide funding and support for the operation of the Gondola, Village Court Apartments (which provide affordable housing to assist with the creation of a stable workforce), foster economic development and vitality to increase tourism and provide a vibrant community for all members and guests.







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Colorado’s San Juan Mountains boast some of ski country’s most incredible terrain, and Telluride is its mecca, stashed amongst the highest concentration of 13,000- and 14,000-foot peaks in North America. The stunning scenery is undeniably some of the most beautiful in the Rockies. Living up to its reputation for legendary terrain, Telluride Ski Resort has something for everyone. The Plunge, Revelation Bowl and Gold Hill offer plenty of steeps for experts. See Forever and Prospect Bowl provide the ideal terrain for intermediates and the wide open, gentle slopes of Ute Park and The Meadows start beginners off right while enjoying the endless scenery of the San Juans.