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Telluride streets map. Detailed large scale map of Telluride town, Colorado state. Points of Interest of Telluride CO on the map


• Population: 2,221 • Elevation: 8,792 • Area Code: 970 • San Miguel Co., CO 81435

Points of Interest: Telluride National Historic District, Bridal Veil Falls, Telluride Mountain Resort

Annual Events:

Telluride AIDS Benefit Early March (970) 728-8069

Easter Egg Hunt Late March/Early April (888) 605-2578

Telluride Bluegrass Festival Late June (800) 624-2422

TeUunde Wine Festival Late June (970) 728-3178

Fireman's 4th of July July (888) 605-2578

KOTO's Yankee Doodle Doo Da Mid-July (970) 728-4334

Telluride Mushroom Festival Late August (303) 296-9359

Blues & Brews Festival September (866) 515-6166

Telluride Film Festival September (603) 433-9202

Writers in the Sky Festival Early October (970) 728-4519

Beaux Arts Ball Late January (970) 728-3930

Visitor Information Telluride Central Reservations 666 W. Colorado Ave. (888)605-2578

Hospital                  Montrose Memorial Hospital 800 S. 3rd St., Montrose (970) 249-2211

Public Transit          The Galloping Goose 370 Black Bear Rd. (970) 728-5700

Airport                     Telluride Regional Airport 1500 Last Dollar Rd. (970) 728-5051

Post Office                Telluride Main Post Office 150 S. Willow St. (970) 728-3900

Library                      Wilkinson Public Library 100 W Pacific Ave. (970) 728-4519

Museum                    TeUunde Historical Museum 201 W Gregory Ave. (970) 728-3344

Golf Course               TeUunde Ski & Golf Club 565 Mtn. ViUage Blvd. (970) 887-2709

Ski Area                     TeUuride (970) 728-6900 (866) 287-5015

Police Marshal           160 S. Fir St. (970) 728-3818

Fire Department         131 W Columbia Ave. (970) 728-3801

Newspaper                 TeUuride Daily Planet 283 S. Fir St. (970) 728-9788

                                   The TeUunde Watch 125 W Pacific Ave. (970) 728-4496


No one had reason to disturb the San Juan Mountains until gold was discovered elsewhere and prospectors decided every mountain might have been touched by Midas. The first claim in 1875 was rich not only in gold, but also silver, lead, copper, zinc and iron. The town of Columbia was established in 1880 but, to avoid confusion with a CaUfornia town, a name change was necessary to gain a post office. Telluride probably is a derivation of teUurium, an element associated with gold deposits but not found here, or the name may be a contraction of "To heU you ride," a common fareweU to prospectors. Mining never recovered after silver crashed in 1893 and the gold price was fixed during WW1. The ski industry resurrected TeUuride in the 1970s and, with its annual film and bluegrass festivals, the old mining town acquired a cachet as a watering hole of the glitterati.