Travel to Telluride, Summer 2013

(This information is updated from the  the ine-web.org travel information.)

Please book your air transportation as soon as possible since the number of flights into the Telluride region of Colorado is somewhat limited.

Besides the Telluride Airport (which is open after rebuild in 2011) we also recommend flying in to Montrose Regional Airport (MTJ) or (third choice) Cortez Airport (CEZ). Tickets to these other airports are much cheaper.

From Montrose, take a shuttle (about a 90 minute ride) to Telluride. You will need to make a reservation for the shuttle. Select 'shared ride.' Contact:  Telluride Express, +1-970-728-6000 or Mountain Limo [mountain-limo.com, +1-888-546-6894]. Rates from Montrose or Cortez to Telluride range from $45-$50 one-way for a shared ride.

The shuttle will take you directly to the Condominium Registration Office (“Telluride Alpine Lodging” for check-in. You will find your housing assignment here).

Alternately, you can fly to Durango Airport (DRO) or Grand Junction Airport (GJT) and from there take a shuttle (about a 2.5 hour ride) to Telluride. Again, you will need to make a reservation with  Telluride Express, +1-970-728-6000. Check shuttle prices from these two airports; they can be expensive!

NOTE: For any shuttle reservation, check the fine print. You may be responsible for the full cost of the shuttle if you are the only passenger. We strongly suggest sharing the ride. Check the ride board below.

Luggage delivery

In case your luggage follows you (which can happen on hot days when the plane is overloaded), it may be helpful to write your housing condo, e.g. Telluride Lodge 312, on your luggage tag. Then the shuttle drivers who deliver leftover luggage will know exactly where to drop off your bags.

Ride Sharing

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