Telluride Ski Resort has had over 19 feet of snow so far this season, and the next couple of weeks often bring more. The last day of skiing and riding is April 3.
Spring family packages start from $101 per person, per night, maximum occupancy. Vacation rentals, ranging in size from one bedroom to five, offer full kitchens, washer and dryer, and easy access to the slopes.
The number four is good. Grab three other friends for a quick last minute trip to Telluride before the season ends. The fourth night of lodging is free, and the fourth person skis free.
Telluride is even going to give you more daylight time on the slopes. They shift daily hours from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. to 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The time shift keeps the sun in almost the same position in the sky and gives the mountain's snowpack more time to soften in the morning.
Check out Back Country Ski and Snowboard through the Adventure Desk at Telluride Sports, if you might like to explore some backcountry skiing. Half-day tours start from $125 per person for a group of four or five. Something different for backcountry exploring are guided snowshoe hikes. Half-day guided snowshoe hikes for a group of four starts at $100. Full day treks start at $125.
Stashed among the highest concentration of 14,000 foot peaks in North America, Telluride's spectacular scenery is arguably some of the most beautiful in the Rockies. Springtime's longer, warmer days are a great time to explore.