By Edi Rullet
“Celebrating Indomitable Spirit” is the motto of Telluride Mountainfilm. That plucky resolve is also what makes this community tick.
The Chief and the Pathfinder: How the Western Slope Was Won
By Paul O’Rourke
The paths of Ouray, chief of the Ute Indians, and Otto Mears—called the “Pathfinder of the San Juans” for his wagon and railroad building exploits—crossed often during the years from 1865 to 1880. It was a time in Colorado history when.
12 Turns: Confessions of a Ski Addict
By David Rothman
Life, friends, is meaningless. As mammals with overdeveloped cortex functions, we devise all sorts of obsessions to help us avoid noticing this fact.
Gardening at Altitude: Tips for the San Juan Grower
By Mary Duffy
Let’s face it. Gardening in Telluride isn’t like gardening in Eden. It’s tough to propagate anything but hardy natives at 8,750 feet and higher.