Ski season is here
Get ready for an exhilarating day at America’s best Alpine ski resort
We know you can’t wait to get back on the slopes, and while it’s important to be aware of a few changes this winter ski season, Madeline Hotel and Residences is here to make your next ski trip stress free with:
- Securing your lift tickets in advance- Lift tickets will need to be purchased 7 days or more before your first day of skiing. We will make sure you are ready to hit the slopes as soon as you arrive at The Madeline
- Access to our Ski Valet- Just let us know when you’re ready to hit the slopes, and we’ll lay your skis out our backdoor (tips pointed downhill, of course) for a true ski-out experience
- Ski In/ Ski Out accommodations
- Flexible 14 day cancellation policy
Alpine, Nordic and Backcountry Skiing
“Telluride really is a skier’s mountain,” says renowned ski-maker Pete Wagner. “Great terrain, and there’s never anyone on it.” Ski 1,700 acres and 84 trails at America’s best Alpine ski resort, where there’s something for everyone, from the Galloping Goose, a beginner’s dream trail, to the Plunge, with its steep bump runs. You can also Nordic ski groomed, rolling trails through alpine forests and wide-open meadows, or explore unchartered territory with cat-skiing or heli-skiing.
Ski untouched powder
Board an Airbus Helicopter for the purest powder experience with access to over 200 square miles of pristine and untracked snow. Telluride Helitrax takes you to some of the highest skiable elevations in North America, where you can ski and board off summits and among high alpine basins, cirques, and couloirs. Enjoy six guided runs totalling approximately 10,000 – 12,000 vertical feet in small, intimate groups of four guests to one guide.
Reserve your residence
Planning to stay more than just the weekend? Reserve your 1-4 bedroom residence and make your next ski adventure your most comfortable yet.Book Now
Go home with a story
Madeline Hotel is adventure central, with ski-in, ski-out access, and located steps away from where hiking trails start and access to the rugged Colorado backcountry begins.