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Hip enough for movie stars and small enough to walk to work, this old mining town has reached a crossroads.
Snowmobile use is rising in the backcountry because, after all, everyone has the right to make tracks wherever they want. Or do they?
The ski-town ideal comes alive in Telluride. The buildings are quaint, the skiing is hard-core and the locals wouldn't dream of living anywhere else.
Tucked amid the high meadows of the San Juan Mountains, Skyline is an outdoorsman's paradise.
Once nicknamed "To Hell You Ride" because of its reputation as a boisterous mining town, Telluride promises skiers a hell of a ride with its legendary double black-diamond slopes.
Durango's natural resources drew the city's first settlers back in 1881; its natural charms are what still draw people today.
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