Dirtbags, rejoice. If you didn’t buy your Mountainfilm tickets in time, or if you’re saving money for that climbing trip to Yosemite or to run the Grand Canyon, there are lots of ways you can enjoy Mountainfilm for free.
What are the five most unusual things you’ve done? Telluride Magazine editors want to know.
Mountainfilm in Telluride features work by local filmmakers Reel Thing Productions and Felt Soul Media.
Backcountry skiers have been dropping into Bear Creek from the Telluride Ski Resort legally (and illegally) for years; this spring the resort hopes to host guided off-piste tours in the creek.
The cake is more important than the icing and every ingredient counts, says Telluride’s Cinda Simons.
On one magical evening each January in Telluride, under the light of the full moon, Cindy Farny-Mallett conjures up a belly-warming feast.
Telluride has a classic style, simple and refined; the local fare has the same flair, with dishes like La Marmotte’s Coq Au Vin, a timeless and savory chicken entrée with red wine and onions.