A field guide to Telluride: Hiking trails, bluegrass legends, ski history, restaurants and hotels at the edge of the Rocky Mountain wild.
Inside Wildsam Telluride, you'll find town stories and lore from the renowned mountain outpost; a musician's inside story of making the Bluegrass Festival stage; historical lore of outlaws and counter-culture rebels who remade the town; the best hiking trails, ski-day destinations and remote lodging stops; fascinating finds from the archives; and insight on the natural world and deep human stories of the Rockies.
“You don't end up in Telluride by accident. Far from big cities and major airports, nestled into a box canyon surrounded by shimmering peaks, this town is out of the way no matter which way you’re going. It is a dead-end town, in a literal sense. But those who have found their way here will assure you: It couldn’t be more alive.”
108 pages, printed in the U.S.A.
Back-pocket size, 4 x 6.5 inches
Featuring more than two dozen local experts