The USFS Draft Assessment Reports are ready for review. As of November 6, 2017, there is a 30-day comment period for feedback. You can view the various assessment reports here. At this point, the USFS wants to know: Are we on track with the information assembled? Did we capture what’s going well and what’s not […]
We will be celebrating our local public lands a few days early this year on Thursday, September 28th. Join the Telluride Mountain Club, San Miguel Bike Alliance and the Sheep Mountain Alliance for an afternoon of hiking, biking and advocating for the places we love!
Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison Forest Plan Revision – Outdoor Alliance Update Outdoor Alliance recently reach out to us to help spread some important messages regarding the GMUG Forest Plan Revision.
The Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forests (GMUG) are currently working on a forest plan revision and are seeking your input on the direction to take our national forests for the next 30 years. Currently, the USFS is sifting through information to get a picture of current conditions and trends on the Forests.
Telluride Mountain Club Summer 2017 Trails Proposal, Draft I Telluride Mountain Club is happy to share with you our Summer 2017 Trails Proposal for the Telluride region. In the PDF document below, you will see that there are 7 proposed trails, reroutes, and connector trails included. Please note that this is a conceptual plan and […]
Mark Your Calendar for July 27 at 5:30 PM in Town Park! It’s our annual summer membership drive and BBQ in Telluride Town Park and we hope you can join us. We’ll have food from Oak/Fat Alley, music by Bruce Hayes & Mel Kent, a silent auction, and yard games. Please come out and celebrate […]
In the fall of 2015, the Telluride Mountain Club (TMtC) initiated the Telluride Regional Trails System Vision Survey. We collected nearly 400 responses from locals, second homeowners and visitors regarding their vision for the future of Telluride’s trails. Over the course of the past two years, TMtC has analyzed these results to put together a […]
The Telluride Mountain Club is teaming up with the USFS to bring you planned trail work days in Telluride throughout the summer. Saturday, August 19 Details: We will be working on the lower section of the Wasatch Trail, from where the Wasatch Trail meets the Bear Creek Trail, up to the bridge on the Wasatch […]
Colorado’s congressional delegation has introduced a bill to honor Charlie Fowler and Christine Boskoff by naming two peaks in the San Juan Mountains after them. Thanks to all of you who supported this effort and made it happen. A special thanks to Steve Johnson in Telluride who spent many long hours advocating for this legislation, it […]
What is Colorado Public Lands Day? In May 2016, Colorado became the first state in the nation to establish a holiday recognizing the value of public lands within the state. From now on, the third Saturday in May will be known as Colorado Public Lands Day celebrating the significant contributions these lands have to our […]