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Mountain Village

At over 9,500 feet of elevation, Mountain Village stands in contrast to the historic Town of Telluride. The town was founded in 1986 to serve the growing ski resort. The Village Center is home to shops, restaurants, hotels and condominiums designed around a European-style village complete with cobblestone plazas and European street lamps. Ski runs intersect much of the town and give direct access to the slopes for many residences. Mountain Village is contemporary alpine sophistication in comparison to the rustic charm that is the Town of Telluride.

In 1995 Mountain Village became incorporated into its own municipality. The town’s full time year-round residents number around 1,400. Mountain Village has become a progressive community with green initiatives, energy conservation, recycling and sustainable growth. In the winter, the Village serves as the hub for the ski resort with events, activities and outdoor recreation where one can enjoy skiing, snowshoeing, ice-skating and holiday festivities. Summer brings many other happenings, entertainment and recreational opportunities. Take in the summer sunset concert series, downhill bike park, golf course, hiking, festivals and a farmer’s market.

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The town of Telluride is tucked into a box canyon surrounded by 13,000- and 14,000-foot peaks — just eight blocks wide and twelve blocks long. Because of its significant role in the history of the American West, Telluride was designated a National Historic Landmark District in 1964. Colorful Victorian-era homes, clapboard storefronts and historic buildings now mix with boutiques, art galleries, gourmet restaurants and Telluride's luxury hotels. Perched above at 9,500 feet, the sister town of Mountain Village complements Telluride's mining history with European-style architecture, modern amenities, ski-in/ski-out accommodations and sweeping views of the surrounding peaks. Telluride and Mountain Village are linked by a spectacular, 13-minute ride on a free gondola — the first and only free public transportation system of its kind in North America.

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