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Annual Recaps

2022 Telluride Mountain Club Recap Report

Telluride Mountain Club 2022 Recap Report 2022 was another successful year for the Telluride Mountain…
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Telluride Backcountry Chats

2022/2023 PI Avy Fund Backcountry Chats The Peter Inglis Avalanche Education Fund is back for…
Trails

Trail Etiquette 101

Responsible trail use in Telluride, Colorado We hope you love Telluride's trails and outdoor areas…
Access AlertsTrails

Report Telluride Trail Conditions

Help us by reporting Telluride's trail conditions and maintenance needs! The Telluride Mountain Club will…
Events

Summer Events Schedule

Telluride Trail Work Days & TMtC Events Our 2022 summer events calendar is a work…
Events

TMtC Summer BBQ & Membership Drive

Telluride Mountain Club's Party in the Park TONIGHT'S EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT! We hope…
Trails

The NEW Eider to Mill Creek Connector Trail

Help Telluride Mountain Club Build the New Eider to Mill Creek Connector UPDATE: July 25,…
Annual Recaps

Telluride Mountain Club 2021 Recap Report

Telluride Mountain Club 2021 Recap Report 2021 was by far Telluride Mountain Club’s (TMtC) busiest…
SurveysTrails

Telluride Regional Trails Survey

Telluride Mountain Club Regional Trails Survey  Telluride Mountain Club (TMtC) initiated the Telluride Regional Trails…
Trails

Jud Wiebe Bridge

The Jud Wiebe Bridge is OPEN November 15, 2021: The Jud Wiebe Bridge is inspected,…
Backcountry

Peter Inglis Avalanche Education Fund Scholarships

Avalanche Education Scholarships in the San Juan Mountains  The Peter Inglis Avalanche Education Fund provides…
Annual Recaps

Telluride Mountain Club 2020 Recap Report

TMtC Recap Report: 2020 2020 was a unique year for outdoor recreation in Telluride. Even…

OUR MISSION

Telluride Mountain Club advocates for safe, accessible, enjoyable and respectful opportunities for human-powered recreational activities in the Telluride region, through education, awareness and collaboration.

Telluride Mountain Club is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.