Jeeping in Telluride

Jeeping is a great way to get high above Telluride and see the sights without putting in any legwork. The Hotel Columbia is conveniently located near several prime 4x4 trailheads, making for an easy trip from the comfort of your room.

Take A Jeep Tour

If you'd rather sit back, relax and enjoy the views of a Jeeping excursion, leave it to the experts in Telluride. We have teamed up with several local guided companies to give you the best Jeep tours around Telluride. The best part? Every guide is extremely knowledgable and will be able to tell you key parts of Telluride's storied mining history.

Jeeping in Telluride

Rent Your Own 4x4 Vehicle

Sometimes you just want to get out there on your own. Instead of being led around by a tour guide all day, rent a Jeep or other 4x4 vehicle and explore on your own! We know the best companies in town to rent from, so don't hesitate to ask your Hotel Columbia concierge about booking  a Jeep tour. 

Jeeping in Telluride

Some of Our Favorite Trails

  • Imogene Pass and Tomboy Road - Imogene Pass is a 13,114-foot pass that connects the towns of Ouray and Telluride. Those with 4WD vehicles can leave from the town of Telluride and take Tomboy Road to the pass. It's the second-highest pass in Telluride and is extremely difficult, but it's definitely worth the view!
  • Last Dollar Road - While not the most difficult trail in the world, it's definitely recommended to have a high-clearance 4WD vehicle, especially when roads are wet or muddy. Last Dollar Road is extremely scenic and offers unobstructed views of the Sneffels Mountain Range and Wilson Peak. 
  • Black Bear Pass - This is a trail for experts only. It's one of the most difficult-rated trails in Colorado and is only open for a short amount of time during the summer. However, those who are brave enough to dare it definitely have stories to tell afterward! The one-way pass starts from Red Mountain Pass and descends all the way to the town of Telluride.
  • These are just a few of what is offered from the town of Telluride. Alta Lakes, Engineer Pass, Ophir Pass and Cinnamon Pass.