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Telluride Mountain Club provides information about our efforts and programming, regional events, news, and relative updates. Browse by most recent posts, or select a category filter below.



Telluride Mountain Club: Open Positions

Open Positions with the Telluride Mountain Club Telluride Mountain Club (TMtC) is a nonprofit organization…
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Deep Creek Trail Reroute

Telluride Mountain Club, United States Forest Service, and Mountain Sage Trails Collaborate on the West…

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…

Summer Events Schedule

Telluride Mountain Club Summer Events Our 2023 summer events calendar is a work in progress.…

Telluride Mountain Club Winter Events

TMtC's 2023 Winter Events Our annual fundraising film night has evolved into community-oriented educational events.…

Telluride Backcountry Chats + PI Avy Fund Events

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

2022 Telluride Mountain Club Recap Report

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

Mental Health & Mountain Sports

Grief, Trauma, and Mental Health Resources We are lucky to live in the mountains and…

TMtC Annual Summer Party & Membership Drive

Telluride Mountain Club's Party in the Park We hope you can join us for our…

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…


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.