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This is where Tom and I found ourselves in the afternoon after a superb lunch at Alpino Vino, which claims to be the highest restaurant in the US.We were standing atop a range of surprisingly steep blue and black runs (there are no reds in the US) ready for the thrilling 1,000m descent into town on a black run named Bushwhacker.
This building was restored by locals in 1991 and has been a several types of restaurant in the recent past and is now the home to the Ah Ha School, an Artsie Fartsie kids Summer camp and classes.It was sufficiently free of other skiers for us to be able blast full pelt all the way into Telluride over and over again until the altitude finally got to us and we decided to call it a day.Downtown that evening, we discovered a range of bars and restaurants in which the Wild West theme was prevalent.This was a tough one to find the spot of photo (SOP) as there are major trees and other landscape and architecture in the way but a nice contrast!I am glad to see that the Telluride Railroad Depot has been so well preserved!The snow glittered like crystals in the sunshine, both from occasional snow showers and from the powder puffs left hanging in the air by the passage of our skis.
The scenery does its best to compete with the skiing.
With the recent snowfall it was going to be a challenge getting down in one piece, so I was somewhat relieved when a risk of avalanche resulted in Telluride Ski Patrol closing the chutes for the day.
Instead, we headed for the Gold Hill Express Chair and spent the morning doing laps of the double-black diamond runs that snake between the trees.
If Butch had skied instead of robbed banks he'd have loved it.
Getting there United Airlines (08; united.com) flies from Heathrow to Montrose via Denver from £688 return.
The resort's infamous “Stairway to Heaven” is a combination of steel staircases and a bridge that allows access to the vertiginous, double-black diamond terrain of Gold Hill Chutes 9 and 10, for skiers who like their riding to encompass a touch of terror.