It’s been an action packed season here at Telluride but Spring is coming in fast. Since we last spoke Telluride has gotten its fare share of powder days where skiers and riders were able to enjoy all 4,425 vertical feet the resort has to offer. The Ski Butlers Team has also been actively donating its time around the community. We’ve had members volunteer at places from the Ah Haa School for Arts to helping out at the Annual Adaptive Center’s Scavenger Hunt that took place on St. Patrick’s Day.
The consistent February snowfall brought the crowds to Telluride in March including The Chattanooga Ski Club consisting of over 40 members who came to Ski Butlers for all their skiing needs. The recent warm weather has brought spring skiing, shorts, and goggle tans back to the San Juan Box Canyon for yet another season. And just as the ski season appeared to be on its final days of life support a late season storm dropped half a foot of snow and hasn’t given up yet. Which is perfect timing for Telluride’s Closing Celebration, its annual end of season party. This year it’s all going down on April 8th at 3 P.M. at the base of Mountain Village at the Tomboy Tavern. There will be food, drinks, and special giveaways all to the soundtrack of live music by The Great Funktier. It’s never too late to come to Telluride, especially with the summer festivals right around the corner!