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  Geologic Feature

Telluride Valley Floor

 
Valley Floor near Telluride
 

Telluride is a National Historic Landmark District located at the end of a glacially formed box canyon, and the Telluride Valley Floor—three miles of mountain meadows clustered with cottonwoods, evergreens, and wetlands—is its gateway.

Recreational Opportunities

Wildlife viewing, hiking, mountain biking, paragliding, hang gliding, fishing, boating, photography, and cross-country skiing.

Seasons Accessible

Year-round

Fees: Free

 ADA Accessibility Notes

Wheelchair accessible for the first mile of the trail only.

 Pet Friendly Notes

Sorry, no dogs due to herds of elk and other sensitive wildlife.

For More Information, Contact:

Rick Herrington

rherrington@telluride-co.gov
www.telluride-co.gov
Box 3093, Telluride, CO 81435
970-728-2173 · fax 970-728-2174
 

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Latitude: 37.944603600
Longitude: -107.838192000
Elevation: 8721 FT (2658 M)
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