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Southwest Colorado High Country Day Hikes: Telluride
by Anne and Mike Poe
Hiking guide for Telluride, Colorado. A collection of 35 trails from the area. Many Telluride trails are steep and climb over 4000 feet. This is a careful selection of incredibly scenic trails in and around Telluride; only three trails gain over 3000 feet in elevation. For the more difficult or longer routes, we detail shorter options for less difficulty. There are scenically rich trails or options for every ability.
Like all our guidebooks, there is a color topographical map for every hike, elevation profiles, color coded trails with GPS points of interest, and hundreds of beautiful color photos showing what you will see along the trail.
Our unique Hikes Chart list the important details for all the hikes in one place. Easy to follow directions to the trailhead; roads are shown as paved, gravel or 4WD; time and mileage to the trailhead are given as well as recommended vehicle for getting there. The detail you need is there in an easy to find format.
Telluride itself is an historical National Treasure with modern amenities and a world famous ski area. Telluride summer festivals thrill visitors from around the globe.
Walk around this historic town; hike the best trails in the ski area; hike up east Telluride's famous bridal Veil Creek and west Telluride's scenic Last Dollar Road trails; hike the stunning Lizard Head Wilderness trails.
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