Villas at Cortina

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Villas at Cortina, Telluride Colorado in Summer

During the summer months, the frigid temperatures of Colorado come to an end. Now is the time to toss the ski boots in the back of the closet and break out the biking and hiking gear. For many people, when they think of Colorado, they may think solely of skiing or snowboarding, but the Centennial state has loads more to offer. In the picturesque town of Telluride, you’ll find what may be one of the best things that Colorado has to offer, or at least for some people. Telluride, Colorado in summer is brimming with beauty and surprises for its residents and guests.

In Telluride, one of the hidden gems that you may not be familiar with are the Villas at Cortina. The Villas are comfortably situated in the San Juan Mountains, creating an outdoor lover’s paradise. Not only are the Villas and mountains a haven for avid skiers, but they also offer the perfect spot to bike, hike, run, and spend time with your family and friends. If you’re not an outdoor enthusiast, a short trip into town gives way to a historic and cultured area.

At the Villas, you’ll find an abundance of activities and amenities that will cater to a balance of rest and activity. Even though the temperatures rise a bit during the summer months, there is a heated outdoor pool and hot tub. Both are perfect for relaxation on either a warm or chilly day. If you’re searching for other peaceful spots at the Villas, check out the steam room or the spa. Both are fantastic places that promote a time of rest and rejuvenation.

If you’re looking for more activity, check out the fitness center. It’s a great place to work off a few calories from the delicious food you’ll be eating while you’re here. We also provide a shuttle service that can take you various places like downtown, to the grocery store, etc.
Want to explore a little bit? Telluride is an amazing town to experience, so don’t waste any time getting out there. If you’re a foodie, there are a boatload of options when it comes to finding a place to eat. If you’re down for a quick afternoon bite or a nice evening out with the family, Telluride has all of it. From scrumptious bakeries and ice cream shops to tasteful eateries with unique ambiance and even better food, you’ll have difficulty choosing a place to dine. That’s the best kind of dilemma to have, in our opinion.

Does your family enjoy watching films and experiencing culture? Telluride hosts a festival almost every weekend during the summer months. At the end of May, the town holds the Telluride Mountainfilm Festival where you can see a variety of movies from all around the world. Have you ever seen a multitude of hot air balloons in the sky all at once? If not, you don’t want to miss it. In the beginning of June, catch a view like you’ve never seen at the Telluride Balloon Festival. For those music enthusiasts, the Telluride Jazz Festival in the beginning of August offers up some lovely music and renowned musicians.

Did you know that Telluride was founded in the late 1800s as a mining camp? That’s only one interesting fact from the bountiful history of the quaint town. A stroll down Colorado Avenue will give you a glimpse into another time period. Many visitors comment on the Victorian-style feeling of Telluride. No matter what you’re into this summer, if you’re in Telluride, there’s no doubt that you’ll be mesmerized by the beauty that the town holds in its palm.