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Traveling During the Pandemic: Your Questions Answered

Staying healthy, and your peace of mind during your time in Telluride is important to us. We’ve compiled a list of guest questions and our latest COVID-19 updates to bring you a collection of answers. We hope this helps you plan and feel confident about your upcoming trip (or your thoughts about a future trip).

What’s the latest public health order?

On a local level, short-term lodging and other businesses catering to tourism are permitted, with limits on capacity. San Miguel County Public Health lists local information and posts updates frequently here.

Governor Jared Polis says both residents and guests to Colorado are “safer at home and in the vast, great outdoors,” which means, in essence, we are practicing social distancing, wearing masks in public and washing hands frequently. We’re staying safe and healthy by limiting our exposure to people outside our household and spending lots of time in the great outdoors. Individuals high-risk for COVID-19 complications should take extra care.

How can I plan to maximize time outdoors?

Colorado has millions of acres of public land and Telluride has wonderful outfitters who are ready to safely take you fly fishing and river rafting, but if you don’t know the area, it could be daunting to know where to begin!

Our concierge team would like to help you plan your trip. Reach out and let us know what you’re thinking and we can help you make reservations decide which hikes are best. We’ve also compiled our best advice on how to plan to make the most of our hiking trails here. [Link to blog post on happy hiking].

Are restaurants open?

They are with many offering both take-out and dine-in options. Read our list of current recommendations on where to eat here.

What is Latitude38 doing to keep guests safe? We’ve always taken pride in offering impeccable accommodations, but we have gone further to modify our cleaning procedures to reflect current guidelines from the CDC. Here’s the full breakdown on what we’re doing to keep staff and guests healthy. 

What if I have symptoms of COVID-19?

Once I’m in Telluride? If you experience any symptoms — such as fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea — you should isolate yourself from others and contact your primary care provider or the Telluride Regional Medical Center to discuss the best next steps for a possible evaluation or diagnostic test.

One thing we know for sure, we’re all in this together. So as things change or as  you think of new questions, our promise is to keep in touch and always share the latest and best info.

Have a question we didn’t answer? Contact our concierge!

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