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Telluride Summer is here!

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SUMMER IS HERE

Restaurants and bars are open at 100% capacity

Painting by Roger Mason

Summer is here. Telluride and Mountain Village’s eclectic mix of restaurants are open and ready to tempt your tastebuds. COVID restrictions have loosened and all restaurants and bars are open for indoor and outdoor dining at 100% capacity.  With decks,

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Mountainfilm - Telluride, CO

 

The Mountainfilm Festival kicks off tomorrow in Telluride and for the first time in three years, there will be a full program for Mountainfilm 2022. In 2020, Mountainfilm was held online due to the pandemic. Last year, there was a limited capacity version. This year, there are 128 films, with 31 feature-length films. There are nine

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Telluride Bluegrass Festival

49TH ANNUAL TELLURIDE BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL

June 16-19, 2022 • Telluride, Colorado

 

Every June, Festivarians make the annual pilgrimage to Telluride. Nestled in the rugged San Juan Mountains of Southwestern Colorado, the Telluride Bluegrass Festival is not only an iconic representation of all kinds of music, but a place of awe inspiring

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The Ute Indians

Ute Camp - Denver Public Library

Early History

Thank you https://www.southernute-nsn.gov/history/ Southern Ute NSN.Gov for the content in this article.

The Ute people are the oldest residents of Colorado, inhabiting the mountains and vast areas of Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Eastern Nevada, Northern New Mexico and Arizona. According to tribal history handed down from [...]

History of Telluride

History of Telluride

A Brief History of Telluride

Old Town

Used as a summer camp for centuries by Ute Indians and named by Spanish explorers in the 1700s, the San Juan Mountains lured fortune seekers to Colorado with visions of silver and gold. By the mid-1870s, the Sheridan Mine was the first in a string of local claims and a tent camp was [...]