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Elevated Escape: Summer in Telluride and Mountain Village

Visitors flock to Telluride and Mountain Village each year for the breathtaking views of the nearby San Juan Mountains, abundance of fresh air, and temporary reprieve from their everyday lives. Residents and homeowners, on the other hand, stay for the endless activities and adventures that the area has to offer. While Telluride and Mountain Village are predominantly known for world-class skiing and snowboarding during the winter, the summer season is rich in outdoor activities, cultural and music festivals, and holiday celebrations. Residents of these sister mountain towns are guaranteed to have the best time of anyone during these bustling summer months. At Village Real Estate, we can find the optimal living situation to match the lifestyle of you and your family. Whether you’re looking for a permanent home or fractional ownership, let us help you to get the most out of your Colorado summer experience! Here’s a glimpse into what Telluride and Mountain Village have to offer.
Telluride Ski Resort offers fun activities for the whole family. In the Heritage Plaza at the base of the Mountain Village Gondola, activities such as a ropes course, water walkers, and a bungee trampoline are available to adventure-seekers of all ages. Looking for a real thrill? Intermediate and expert downhill trails send mountain bikers racing through glades and forests in the Mountain Village Bike Park. If you’re looking to perfect your golf game, Telluride Golf Club provides breathtaking views while 13,000 and 14,000 foot peaks serve as your audience for that perfect hole-in-one. Telluride Ski Resort and the Telluride Golf Club are located just steps away from the Fairmont Heritage Place Franz Klammer Lodge, making fractional ownership the perfect mountain getaway. With your home ownership at the Fairmont Heritage Place Franz Klammer Lodge, you can choose to include a Residential Club Telluride Ski and Golf Club Membership. This allows you to come back in the winter and see why Telluride was named Condé Nast Traveler’s #1 Ski Resort among U.S. and Canadian resorts!
A short gondola ride from Mountain Village will take you into the heart of downtown Telluride. Festivals and other exciting events engulf the town for most of the summer, offering something for people with all types of interests. Music lovers flock to our beloved mountain town for festivals such as the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, The Ride Festival, and Telluride Jazz Festival. Visual arts are a popular aspect of Telluride’s festivals as well that include Telluride MountainFilm and Telluride Plein Air Festival. Foodies and drink enthusiasts can enjoy the Telluride Wine Festival, Telluride Mushroom Festival, or Telluride Blues & Brews. Hotels and condominiums during the summer seasons can be difficult or nearly impossible to acquire for these events. One of our permanent residential properties would allow you to be included in the Telluride community in both the bustling summer events as well as the blissful winter months.
The adventure doesn’t stop at Telluride and Mountain Village! The surrounding area is perfect for fly-fishing, rafting, and tubing in the stunning San Miguel River. Various trails, some mere minutes from town, provide ideal sections for mountain bikers, hikers, and horseback riders. The rugged mountain roads once used by miners and settlers are now perfect for a jeep excursion. Summers spent in Telluride and Mountain Village are often overlooked due to the fact that winter activities, particularly skiing, are immensely popular. However, if you make an effort to spend time in Telluride this summer, you will immediately realize why people come to visit and never want to leave. Let our brokers at Village Real Estate assist you in securing the perfect property for your Telluride and Mountain Village needs!

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