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Telluride Bicycle Racing, the nonprofit that hosts the Telluride 100, has added another event to its lineup, this time a race run exclusively on the area’s gravel roads. Registration for the 2022 Telluride Gravel Race Oct. 8 is limited to just 75 riders, but has already been filled, event or…

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Trail running is a popular pastime, albeit difficult, for locals who desire a heightened physical challenge during the summer. Races are held across the region on various types of terrain and trails that the average person might find difficult to hike.

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Friday morning at 6 a.m, 145 runners will set off from Silverton in hopes of completing the demanding Hardrock 100 ultra endurance run through the San Juans. The 102-mile loop has 33,050 feet of vertical climbing, including an ascent of 14-er Handies Peak, and takes the average finisher just…

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A wacky title, a serious purpose — plus, pizza. That’s Troutapalooza, the fundraising arm of Gunnison Gorge Anglers, a Trout Unlimited (TU) chapter that has done much good for local waters.

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The Colorado Avalanche are one win away from hoisting the Stanley Cup, and locals are optimistic the squad will do exactly that Friday night. It’s safe to say this is the only time the word “avalanche” has been met with cheers around town.

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The tennis courts at the Peaks Resort & Spa are currently receiving a facelift for the summer. The plan is to update and expand the facilities and offer regular programing with the opening of the Telluride Racquet Club June 24.

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The Telluride girls lacrosse team finished a historic 2021-22 season with the program’s first-ever postseason trip to the state tournament. The Lady Miners (5-9) dropped their first-round game in the 4A championship bracket to Battle Mountain, 13-4, Tuesday afternoon, but the leap the team h…

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Two local girls — one from Norwood and one from Placerville — racked up enough points at the state gymnastics meet two weeks ago to qualify for the next round: the Western regional meet for the U.S. Both girls, who compete at the “gold” level, are members of the Telluride Gymnastics team, wh…

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This summer, those looking to fly down the mountain can expect around five more miles of new terrain at the Telluride Ski and Golf Resort Bike Park. The bike park features a variety of interconnected trails, including freeride, technical, and cross-country trails.

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They’re delicious sauteed in butter, with a squeeze of lemon.

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Trail running is a popular pastime, albeit difficult, for locals who desire a heightened physical challenge during the summer. Races are held across the region on various types of terrain and trails that the average person might find difficult to hike.

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Friday morning at 6 a.m, 145 runners will set off from Silverton in hopes of completing the demanding Hardrock 100 ultra endurance run through the San Juans. The 102-mile loop has 33,050 feet of vertical climbing, including an ascent of 14-er Handies Peak, and takes the average finisher just…

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A wacky title, a serious purpose — plus, pizza. That’s Troutapalooza, the fundraising arm of Gunnison Gorge Anglers, a Trout Unlimited (TU) chapter that has done much good for local waters.

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The Colorado Avalanche are one win away from hoisting the Stanley Cup, and locals are optimistic the squad will do exactly that Friday night. It’s safe to say this is the only time the word “avalanche” has been met with cheers around town.

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The tennis courts at the Peaks Resort & Spa are currently receiving a facelift for the summer. The plan is to update and expand the facilities and offer regular programing with the opening of the Telluride Racquet Club June 24.

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The Telluride girls lacrosse team finished a historic 2021-22 season with the program’s first-ever postseason trip to the state tournament. The Lady Miners (5-9) dropped their first-round game in the 4A championship bracket to Battle Mountain, 13-4, Tuesday afternoon, but the leap the team h…

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Two local girls — one from Norwood and one from Placerville — racked up enough points at the state gymnastics meet two weeks ago to qualify for the next round: the Western regional meet for the U.S. Both girls, who compete at the “gold” level, are members of the Telluride Gymnastics team, wh…

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This summer, those looking to fly down the mountain can expect around five more miles of new terrain at the Telluride Ski and Golf Resort Bike Park. The bike park features a variety of interconnected trails, including freeride, technical, and cross-country trails.

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Imagine your child skiing down 1,000 vertical feet in a 45-degree range with multiple features and cliffs. Now, imagine your child excels at this daring sport. At the beginning of April, the Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club (TSSC) Freeride Big Mountain program sent three local athletes to th…

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A love story for the slopes, Telluride locals Carla Bouthillier MacKown and David MacKown met at Arrowhead at Vail ski racing. Now 75 and 77, respectively, the couple has been married 25 years. Throughout their entire marriage, they've continued ski racing. Last weekend, April 4-9, they trav…

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After two seasons without One to One Mentoring’s winter fundraiser — the event was the first locally to be affected by 2020’s ski area shutdowns — the 2022 sled derby returns to the NASTAR Hill on the Telluride Ski Resort on Saturday, March 26.

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Spins, twirls, jumps and disco were all present at Telluride Figure Skating Club's end-of-season performance Wednesday afternoon at the Hanley Ice Rink. The figure skating club is a branch of the Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club and has around 40 young members. Thirty skaters participated in…

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The metal bleachers at Hanley Ice Rink Friday were filled to the brim night during the Telluride coed hockey rec league championship between the Steamies 13ers and Bruisers. After a fast and aggressive game, the 13ers came out victorious, winning 3-1. According to Kurt Friederich, Telluride'…

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For the past seven years, the Telluride Ski and Snowboard (TSSC) Alpine Ski Team has followed a singular curriculum based on developing specific skill sets. That secret sauce is now helping to turn out impressive U14 and U16 racers, 10 of whom qualified for the Rocky/Central Championships sc…

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On Jan. 22-23, two Telluride families drove down to Pagosa Springs for WinterFest. The festival featured hot air balloons, food trucks and a parade, among other events. However, the Bartells and Hornings were there for one thing: the 13th annual Red Ryder BB Gun Biathlon at Yamaguchi Park.

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The Winter Olympics have given Telluride the thrill of watching young local athletes compete on the world’s biggest stage. Lucas Foster, Hagen Kearney and Gus Kenworthy — no matter how they fare in Beijing — are heroes in the eyes of an adoring community. But the Olympics have also served to…

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For those in the Norwood area looking for a new winter activity, Nordic skiing may just become more attractive, as the Norwood Nordic Association (NNA) and Lone Cone Library teamed up to collect and offer Nordic rental gear.

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While the Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club (TSSC) has offered a Nordic program for years, there wasn’t a ton of interest until local parents and Nordic enthusiasts, Deanna Drew and Kirsten Horning, took up the cause in 2017. With support from the Telluride Nordic Association, they started wi…