There are many ways to enjoy all the Telluride area has to offer!
You may need to come to Telluride a few days before the Festival and plan to leave a few days after just to fit it all in!
*All excursions are at an additional cost; they are not included in the price of any Festival pass or ticket.
Follow the links below for each individual Family Fun Excursion!
Every visitor to the Telluride area is struck by the plain fact that Telluride is among the most breathtaking mountain settings they will ever experience. The San Juan Mountains speak to the photographer in a voice unique from any other range. Iconic picturescapes, such as Wilson Peak, Bear Creek and the view from Imogene Pass, are so numerous that they obscure the endless secrets of these mountains which unfold for the exploring photographer.
To Book Now: 1-800-831-6230
Guided Hiking Tours
Nestled in a box canyon in the San Juan Mountains, Telluride takes your breath away with its grandeur and beauty. Among the highest concentration of Fourteeners in North America, gushing waterfalls, ghost towns, fields of wildflowers, and rich mining history Telluride is an explorers dreamscape. Our guides are steeped in local knowledge with backgrounds in biology, natural history, folklore and geography. Hikes are custom designed for your level of ability and your interests, whether you prefer a mellow walk or sport hiking on challenging high altitude trails. A great adventure for individuals, families, or groups!
To Book Now: 1-800-592-6883
Telluride Historical Museum: Historical Guided Town & Cemetery Tours
Fly Fishing Tours
Mountain Bike Tours
Galloping Goose Intro to Mountain Biking
To Book Now: 1-800-592-6883 or visit the link below
Stand Up Paddle Board Tours
4×4 Tours with Telluride Outside
Telluride Outside 4×4 Tours
Telluride Outside’s 4-WD Tours provide an unparalleled opportunity to experience Telluride’s fabulous high country while learning the history of one of the worlds most famous and notorious gold rush towns.
Our tours emphasize scenery and mining history. The routes are inherently “4-WD” in nature, because we’re traveling on old mining roads that were etched in the San Juan Mountains a hundred years ago. Telluride is among the most naturally gifted high country areas on earth. Traveling into these mountains combines thrilling adventure, fascinating mining history and once-in-a-lifetime scenery.