Summer in Telluride, with its host of outdoor activities, festival and other cultural events is our favorite season. Spend some time with us deep in the San Juan Mountains, breathe in our crisp mountain air and bask in our beautiful Colorado sunshine. Spend a day hiking, biking or fly fishing, have a relaxing dinner at one of our many dining and drinking establishments, and stroll down historic Main Street perusing our shops and galleries. There is no better base camp location than Hotel Columbia….in town and on the river.
Please visit out Staff Picks to go in-depth on just a few of our favorite activities and and please contact the concierge staff of the Hotel at 970-728-0660 or firstname.lastname@example.org so we can help you plan something truly special.
Right outside the front doors of the Hotel Columbia, there is a large variety of hiking trials fit for every experience level.
The San Juan Mountains provide a variety of mountain biking and road biking opportunities. With varying degree of difficulty and spectacular mountain views, your riding adventure will surely not disappoint.
With a variety of rivers, streams, lakes and ponds all conveniently located a short distance from the Hotel Columbia, Telluride offers vast opportunities for fly-fishing.
Whether you are looking for an adrenalin filled rapid ride or a leisurely float, the numerous rivers in the Telluride area offer the ultimate river adventure.
Experience the wonder of silent flight and the beauty of the Telluride area while soaring high above the San Juan Mountains.
Combining the ultimate Wild West experience with the beauty of the Telluride area, horseback riding will be one of your most memorable adventures in Telluride.
Right outside the doors of the Hotel Columbia, the scenic gondola offers direct access to the Telluride Golf Course, one of the highest alpine golf courses in the country with breathtaking mountain views.
Reach new heights while rock climbing or mountaineering in the rugged mountains of the San Juans.
The mountain passes and abandoned (haunted?) mining towns surrounding Telluride offer an opportunity to experience Telluride’s high country and rich mining legacy.