30 Jul 2020
Things may look different in Telluride due to COVID-19, but it’s still the same great town it has always been. While we welcome our guests and visitors to town, we are also taking precautions to make sure everyone stays safe. Check out the details below on some of our favorite things to do in Telluride - and how things may have changed.
Most restaurants are open in Telluride! While things may be different, the same high-quality food is being served up in town. Additional outdoor seating has been added to many dining options, while indoor seating is limited to 50% capacity. Many restaurants are offering dine-in food service, but some have chosen to offer only carry-out food. More details about dining in Telluride currently can be found here.
Click here to see which restaurants are currently open and any restrictions each one may have. For more information on a specific restaurant, please visit their website. To make a reservation in Telluride, please check availability here.
In order to combat COVID-19, the lodging community in Telluride has occupancy limits on all vacation rentals. This allows for more time to clean and disinfect each rental while limiting the number of people staying in Telluride at one time. At Alpine Lodging Telluride, we've also implemented more rigorous cleaning policies.
Most shops are currently open in Telluride! Many have occupancy limits (based on their square footage), but are open and waiting for customers. From clothing and accessory shops like Two Skirts and Crossbow Leather to home accessories and fine art like Azadi Fine Rugs and Hook, plenty of retail therapy awaits in Telluride.
Click here to see what shops are currently open and the restrictions for each.
Many activities in Telluride are socially-distant by nature, but for those that aren’t, many companies have implemented new COVID-10 policies to keep guests safe. From private Jeep tours to private paddle-boarding sessions, there’s something for everyone to enjoy!
WHAT TO DO IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS
If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, our in-town medical team is here for you. If you are experiencing symptoms, please click here for the latest information from the CDC. Do not go directly to a medical center to prevent the spread of the virus. If you are in Telluride and experiencing symptoms, please call the Telluride Medical Center at 970-728-3848.