Fall in Telluride

Autumn in Telluride is magical. Crowds die down, summer monsoon rains subside, and our beautiful Telluride landscape glows with the golden aspen foliage.  It’s a great time to hike, relax, and rejuvenate. Once the leaves have fallen, town becomes quiet and still, and you can request off-season massage rates through Alessandra Massage. Some of my favorite fall hikes and bike rides with bountiful golden aspen trees include:

  • Jud Weibe Loop Hike from Telluride
  • Deep Creek hike from nearby the Telluride airport (can be done as a loop back to town for the ambitious hikers)
  • Bilk Creek trail 5 miles downvalley from Telluride
  • Alta Lakes about 10 miles south of Telluride (get info before you go)
  • Mill Creek and Eider Creek hikes 2 miles west of Telluride (get a map- can be done as a loop or made longer with Sneffles Highline trail)