Oct 04

Fall Colors in the High Country

Fall colors in Telluride, Colorado.

Ryder-Walker’s managing director, Eileen Burns, couldn’t have timed this past weekend’s hike above Telluride more perfectly. She writes, “Photos from hikes this weekend. I hit the peak as today the wind is blowing hard and it is raining leaves.”

Carved Aspen tree in Telluride, CO.

Risqué!

Fall colors in the San Juan Mountains of southwest Colorado.

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The San Juan Mountains of Southwest Colorado.

View from the Sneffle's HIghline trail above Telluride, Colorado.

This is a nice view looking back over Telluride and the San Juans. Notice the ski area and its runs snaking through the trees.

View over the San Juan mountains of Southwest Colorado.

Eileen Burns

It’s no coincidence that we schedule our inn-to-inn Telluride hiking tour during the last weekend of September each year. Do you jump for joy when you see colorful autumn leaves? If the answer is yes, then this trip is for you.

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