5 Best Spots In Telluride, Colorado For A Perfect Instagram Shot

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Telluride is among the most photogenic places that are worth the Instagram posts. Thanks to the stunning natural beauty, awe-inspiring heights, angles, amazing festivals, and fun activities!

If you are wondering to showcase your Telluride vacation time with impressive shots, below are the five most picturesque spots to choose from-

Telluride Festivals From May To February

Known for spectacular winter sports, and a charming town feel, Telluride allow the visitors to enjoy a full spectrum of indoor and outdoor activities. From musical performances, comedy events to culinary events, like Wine Festival, Telluride hosts an ultimate schedule of 20 festivals all the year-round.

Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Jazz Festival, Blues and Brews Festival, Festival of Cars and Colors, and many others offer beautiful scenery. You can move around to find high or low vantage points and take shots of the crowd or exciting people.

The secret to shooting the best festival photographs there is being prepared with Telluride’s cultural outfit, and knowing where to be at the right time. If you feel shy about clicking pictures in the group, or photographing a stranger, taking a photo at a festival is the best place for you!

Stay abreast of the latest fashion trends for travelling, and take the most attractive shots wherever you go.

The Main Street

Main Street, Colorado Avenue, is probably the most photographed mountain town in the United States. The Mountain Village of Telluride is worth exploring. Amidst the Greek Revival and Victorian architecture of the Telluride's historic district, it’s impossible to click a bad photo.

Any way you point your camera, the dramatic peaks of the box canyon, and the village's living history allows you to take perfect Instagram-worthy photos.

Telluride’s Iconic Gondola

The Gondola ride into the Mountain Village and over the San Sophia Ridge is a rare offering in the Telluride. Though many mountains have Gondolas, they’ll charge you to go up or down, even if you are biking or skiing.

A 13-minute Gondola ride provides you with breathtaking views. No wonder it’s an Instagram-worthy ride! Though it runs at 11mph, you’ll have enough time to photograph the beautiful San Juan Mountains at the height of 10, 540 feet!

Ride your bike down, or take a seat and enjoy! You can learn some high altitude photography tips if you are planning to visit the place.

Bridal Veil Waterfalls

Telluride is synonymous with the eye-catching Bridal Veil Waterfalls. You can miss capturing this natural wonder located towards the east end of the box canyon. Being the highest free-falling waterfall in Colorado, it provides you with abundant opportunities to click the prominent natural scenery.

If you want to spend some more time there, you can plan your stay at Ouray CO hotel. Located in the heart of downtown, this hotel is a perfect place to come back to and relax. Take a look at what this lodging offers; the best of your photos may come from your back deck!

Winter Hiking Trails

Telluride has plenty of exciting winter trails that are sure to take your breath away. So, pack your camera, hiking shoes, snowshoes, and get ready to explore winter hiking trails splendor.

The best thing is, they are likely to be all to yourself. While hiking the trails, there will be a plethora of opportunities to take the wonderful photos of the magnificent San Juans rising from the valley floor. Besides, you’ll find a glimpse of wildlife, and the serenity of the frozen waterfall.

Thus, Telluride is Colorado’s one of the best-kept secrets. This chic town has everything for everyone and every season. Get the most out of your Telluride vacation and capture all the treasured moments at these fantastic spots; you’ll cherish the memories for years!

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