Telluride Ski Trip

Trip Details
January 18-25, 2014
Cost: $1243 ground only
Lodging: Riverside
Availability: 24 slots
Flights: DL to Montrose (air is no longer available)
Lift Tickets: 5 of 6 days
TRIP LEADER: Jan Clark,[masked], [masked]
Payments: $450/month starting in August

Trip Activities:
Welcome reception
Lunch at Gorrono Ranch
NASTAR races
Wine-Tasting
Farewell Dinner and Dance

Amenities:
Discounted equipment rentals
Commemorative trip pin
Free mountain tours tours
Discounted group lessons

Lodging:
The Riverside condominiums are located along
the River Trail at the base of the Bear Creek
trailhead at the end of Pine Street. The free
gondola connecting Telluride to Mountain Village,
ski lifts, and the fine dining and shopping along
Main Street are all within two blocks of this lovely
property.
Located near the slopes, this Telluride condo is in
the city center, within minutes of Telluride Ski
Resort, and close to winter sports such as ice
skating and snowshoeing. A dedicated ski condo,
Riverside Condos offers plenty of onsite
amenities, including a spa tub, ski storage, and
complimentary wireless Internet access. Guest
rooms open to patios with river or mountain
views and feature televisions with cable
channels. Other amenities include kitchens,
complimentary wireless Internet access, and
washers/dryers.

TELLURIDE: Winter adventures
saved Telluride from its
ghost town fate. The majestic
mountains that created a
lucrative gold and silver boom
also provided a natural
transition into a world-class
alpine destination. With
legendary terrain and Colorado’s
most spectacular
mountain views, Telluride has
quickly risen in the ranks as a
must-visit ski destination.
Telluride is tucked into a box
canyon surrounded on all
three sides by 14,000-foot
peaks. The town of Telluride is
just eight blocks wide and
twelve blocks long. Because
of its significant role in the
history of the American West,
the core area of Telluride was
designated a National Historic
Landmark District in 1964.
This listing is the highest level
of historic status available
from the United States Secretary
of the Interior. These
sites are so special that they
are eligible for consideration
to become national parks.
With the town's colorful Victorian-
era homes, clapboard
storefronts, boutiques, art
galleries, gourmet restaurants,
historic buildings and more,
Telluride is a delight to explore.
The citizens are committed
to preserving Telluride's
historically significant architecture,
open space, traditional
design elements and, most of
all, Telluride’s small-town
mountain lifestyle.

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  • Dan G.

    Brian: wrong number below. call me at[masked]

    December 14, 2013

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  • Brian B.

    Does the trip cost include air?

    December 12, 2013

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      December 14, 2013

    • Brian B.

      Dan. Don't understand post... What is the best way to learn more about trip? Are others going? See only a few signed up.

      December 14, 2013

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