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Telluride, CO Airport (TEX)

Vehicle Options

  • Ford Bronco Badlands Edition (4-door)
  • Jeep Wrangler Sport (2-door)
  • Jeep Wrangler Sport Unlimited (4-door)
  • Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited (4-door)
  • Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited Lifted and 35” Tires (4-door)

Friendly Terms

  • Full 24-hour rentals
  • Pick your start time from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm MT
  • Unlimited miles
  • One-way and roundtrip options (Example: Book one-way from Telluride to Montrose)
  • Trail map and route assistance available
  • Pets allowed (cleaning fee may apply for excessive dirt and hair removal)

Contact Us

Our office is located inside Sunshine Store at 567 Mountain Village Blvd #110 Mountain Village, CO 81435. However, our staff is on the move and it’s best to reach a Reservation Coordinator by phone or text daily from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm MT at 970.519.8004.

In accordance with Telluride Airport Rules & Regulations, we are not allowed to deliver vehicles to the airport and are required to transfer possession of the vehicle to you off of airport property. As such, our most common arrangement is to shuttle you from the airport to the Gondola Parking Garage at 455 Mountain Village Blvd Mountain Village, CO 81435, which is where we park our vehicles. You may return the vehicle to the Gondola Parking Garage or to the public parking lot at the airport. If you decide to return the vehicle to the airport public parking lot, we will be able to lock the vehicle remotely upon its return and then will pick up the vehicle shortly thereafter.

History

In 1887, the town was renamed Telluride, supposedly after the tellurium minerals found in nearby areas of Colorado. With the coming of the railroad in 1890 immigrants seeking their fortunes turned Telluride into a community of 5000 people. When silver prices crashed in 1893, followed by the first world war the mining boom collapsed miners moved on in the towns population gradually dwindled from thousands to hundreds. In the 1970s Telluride reinvented itself. Legendary powder a different sort of gold was being mined, born of the same spirit as skiing, current cultural events, festivals, music and performing arts were founded and flow through the seasons. The saying goes “people come to Telluride for the winters, but stay for the summers”.

Attractions

  • Bear Creek Falls Hiking
  • Main Street Shopping and Dining
  • Summer outdoor concerts, events, festivals
  • Gondola Ride to Mountain Village
  • Bridal Veil Falls
  • Town Park

Airport

  • Telluride Airport
  • Montrose Airport

Where to Eat

  • Brown Dog Pizza
  • High Pie Pizza
  • Wok of Joy
  • Cornerhouse Grille
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Siam
  • Chop House
  • Baked in Telluride

Where to Stay

  • New Sheridan Hotel
  • Telluride Mountain Side Inn
  • Element 52
  • The Victorian Inn

Campgrounds

Trail Access

  • Imogene Pass
  • Bridal Veil Falls
  • Alta Lakes
  • Ophir Pass
  • Last Dollar Road