Telluride closes the season with Snow?

 The weather was typical to what you might expect on the last day of the season – full on blizzard conditions!  A little disheartening to know you wouldn’t be able to access this new snow via a lift but if you were willing to put in some effort the turns on Monday were great.

 

Ski Butlers wants to thank everyone that visited us this past season and helped to make it our best season yet!  We are already getting very excited about next year, hopefully that Jet Stream drops a bit so that we can take full advantage of the new line up of skis we will be offering next year and of course, “The Powder Line”!  It truly was a lot of fun this year, we met a lot of great people who were very excited to be on vacation in one of the most stunning places in this country, and based on our NPS score, they seemed very pleased with the service.

 

Telluride is a very different town right now, very quiet.  Both Telluride and Mountain Village will close up for a bi t while everyone recharges their batteries and migrates to Moab for a couple weeks.  Come June Telluride and Mountain Village come alive again as the summer festivals start.  The Telluride Bluegrass Festival, which has an unbelievable line-up this year kicks of the summer festival schedule on June 17th through the 20th.  4 days of incredible music, beautiful scenery, and great people – a time not to be missed.

 

It seems as though every weekend from this point on is filled with something exciting and interesting, whether it’s a film fest, an outdoor concert, yoga, art exhibit, you name it, it will probably be going on this summer in Telluride.  With all this going on it’s easy to give yourself a reason to experience Telluride in the summer, but in reality, the only reason you need to come to Telluride in the summer for is simply because it is one of the most beautiful places you will ever see!

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