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Telluride, Colorado - Sign-Up

  • 09 Mar 2025
  • 8:17 AM
  • 16 Mar 2025
  • 10:35 PM
  • Telluride, Colorado
  • 26


  • NOTE: Members requiring a roommate will only be matched with a roommate of the same gender.
    For roommates requiring two separate beds, the queen bed will be assigned to the member who signs up for the trip first, unless roommates mutally agree otherwise.
  • No roommate.



SUN 9-MAR-2025 TO SUN 16-MAR-2025

$3,735 / $3,735 (Senior 65+)

trip will go on sale early on WEDNESDAY, JULY 10 AT 6:30 pm to all current members in order to lock in epic day pass rates. all trip participants must renew their ntsc membership in september to retain their trip spot.

Telluride is recognized internationally as a premier ski and snowboard destination. Telluride’s terrain is legendary and has always been revered as the best of Colorado. The region receives on average more than 300 inches of snow annually and offers more than 2,000 skiable acres for all ability levels. With 300 days of yearly sunshine and no lift lines, skiing and snowboarding in Telluride is an epic experience. Telluride Ski Resort opened Revelation Bowl in 2008. This spectacular European-style terrain is situated above the tree line and offers advanced and expert skiing in an unbelievably scenic setting. All told, the resort has recently expanded by nearly 400 acres, offering the most stunning skiing and riding on the continent.

Telluride offers a wide variety of terrain ideal for abilities of all levels. 

Watch this video to get just a small taste of why Telluride is an amazing destination.

Advanced/Expert Skiing and Snowboarding (41%)
Adrenaline junkies beeline to Plunge (Lift 9) to conquer steep bump runs, such as Kant-Mak-M, Spiral Stairs and Mammoth. Some experts opt to ski or ride The Plunge, a classic run known for its breathtaking views of the town of Telluride. This jaw-dropping black diamond descends 3,140 vertical feet from the top of the mountain down to Telluride.

Intermediate Skiing and Snowboarding (36%)

While Telluride skiing and snowboarding are renowned for its steeps and bumps, 38 percent of the resort is intermediate terrain. Village (Lift 4), Palmyra (Lift 5) and Prospect (Lift 12) are perfect for intermediates, offering corduroy cruisers, glades, moderate bumps and short chutes. See Forever, Telluride's most popular intermediate trail, is just over three miles long, providing panoramic views all the way to Utah's La Sal Mountains.

Beginner Skiing and Snowboarding (23%)

With wide-open slopes and no lift lines, beginner skiers and snowboarders can learn the tricks of the trade in a friendly, low-pressure atmosphere. Sunshine (Lift 10), Ute Park (Lift 11) and Prospect Bowl (Lift 12) are beginner and lower intermediate's dreams with meandering green and blue runs that span nearly two miles. Beginners also enjoy the Galloping Goose, a 4.6-mile trail that gently works its way from the top of Prospect (Lift 12) down to Mountain Village.


❖Round-trip air transportation ❖Round-trip transfers between airport and accommodations ❖7-Nights’ accommodation – double occupancy ❖5-Day Adult Lift Pass ❖All taxes


The Mountainside Inn is located 200 yards from the bottom of Lift #7 and a 6 minute walk to the gondola. It's known as the most affordable on-resort accommodation. Amenities include free wi-fi and shared outdoor hot tubs, vending machine, ice machine, coin-op laundry.

Kitchenette Rooms include one queen bed and one twin, and one bathroom.

  • Accommodation Type = Hotel
  • Members requesting a roommate will be matched with a roommate of the same gender in a room with two separate beds. If a roommate is not available, members will be informed before final payment and fees and deposits will be returned.
  • For roommates requiring two separate beds, the queen bed will be assigned to the member who signs up for the trip first, unless roommates mutally agree otherwise.
  • Trip Advisor Guest Rating (rating out of 5) = 3.5★
  • Trip Advisor Hotel Class (rating out of 5) = 3.0★


  • March 9: UA1268 depart Toronto 8:17am – arrive Denver 10:04am | UA1201 depart Denver 11:30am - arrive Montrose 12:32pm
  • March 16: UA1464 depart Montrose 3:15pm – arrive Denver 4:21pm | UA1094 depart Denver 5:35pm - arrive Toronto 10:35pm
  • Flight times are subject to change. Flights to be confirmed


Telluride is part of the EPIC Pass group. Purchasing an EPIC Day Pass early allows members to take advantage of lift discounts compared to purchasing Group lift passes. 

Once purchased, the passes are not refundable or transferrable to another trip participant. Prices are based on current EPIC Pass pricing and in order to lock in this price, the trip will go on sale in July. The trip price will be re-calculated based on current pass prices for trips purchased at future dates.

Trip participants will be required to purchase their lift ticket as well as their $800 deposit when they register for the tip; however, both amounts will be deducted when calculating their balance payment due.

A Skican website link will be provided to the club to facilitate EPIC pass purchases and deposits.

Costs: (Visa/MasterCard accepted)

  • To NTSC: Non-refundable Registration Fee $75
  • To Tour Operator: Base Price $3,775 / $3,775 (Senior 65+) +/- options
  • To Tour Operator: Non-refundable $800 Deposit + $704 Epic Day Pass cost + insurance (if selected) due upon registration; Final balance due January 20, 2025
  • Price based on minimum of 25 trip participants. Base price will increase if fewer than 25 participants.
Does not include non-refundable registration fee. Adult  Senior (65+)
Base Price (includes 5-day Lift Ticket) $3,775 $3,775
 ADD: Single Supplement (limited or no availability on sold out trips) $1,660 $1,660
 ADD: 6-day Lift Ticket $110 $110
 DEDUCT: No Lift Ticket (as of June 27) $570 $570
 DEDUCT: Land Only (no air) $890 $890


  • Minimum participants for trip to proceed = 25
  • Maximum spots available = 37

Baggage Fees: (subject to change per airline policies)

  • 1st piece of checked luggage included (per direction, including taxes)
  • Flights that may be booked independently do not have the first piece of luggage included.

Additional Fees / Cancellation Terms and Conditions:

Changes and cancellations are subject to fees and must be arranged through the NTSC Travel Committee only.

For any refunds resulting from a group cancellation, participants will receive refunds, net of non-refundable fees, on their credit card.

Travel Insurance:

NTSC and the Tour Operator strongly recommend you purchase trip interruption insurance to protect against financial losses/penalties in the event you are forced to cancel or your trip is interrupted (e.g. flight cancellations or delays). Trip participants who do not purchase travel insurance will be required to confirm they have other coverage or understand they are responsible to any costs associated with trip cancellation/interruption.

NEW THIS SEASON. USA and Europe trip participants are required to provide proof of travel medical insurance coverage. In the past, participants who did not have out-of-country medical insurance have placed an undue burden on Trip Leaders and Travel Committee Reps. Injuries do occur and it is unsafe and can be very expensive to not have out-of-country coverage. Coverage is also recommended for out-of-province travel.

Comprehensive Insurance coverage can also be added to a newly purchased policy. The premium is due with the deposit.

Further details are available on the website Travel Insurance page.

    By completing the online registration, you are agreeing to the NTSC Travel Code of Conduct and waiving certain legal rights against NTSC. Please carefully read the NTSC Travel Code of Conduct and the Travel Waiver.

    The Travel Committee Rep for this trip is BRUCE at

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