We're open // What you need to know to stay safe in Telluride

Holidays Grateful For…

As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, we took a minute to reflect to discover what we’re truly grateful for this year. This exercise isn’t new. In fact, as people were instructed to work from home this spring, to stay sane lots of folks began creating happiness lists. They began to deliberately take time to be outside. They connected — albeit virtually — with friends and family more intentionally. And, after taking the time to thoughtfully and purposefully seek out connection, it’s really nice to look back. It’s an exercise we’re even more grateful for this year. It seems to matter more. So, here goes!

Adventure seekers

We’re so grateful for the explorers and the adventure seekers that continually make plans to come to Telluride. From skiers and hikers, to festival-goers and beyond. At the very core of what we do, is you. Without you, Latitude wouldn’t be what it is today. So, thank you for your adventurous spirit. We hope you not only continue to plan trips to Telluride, but that you continue to discover and be pleased by Latitude 38’s services. If you’ve stayed with us in the past, and feel the need to pay it forward, please click here to leave us a 5-star review on Google. Since we’re a small business, reviews matter to us. Just like you do.

Incredible partners

We’re lucky — oh so lucky — to partner with such incredible home owners. They entrust us with taking care of and renting out their properties, and we recognize what a huge responsibility that is. We’re grateful they give us a chance to do it. We sincerely hope we make them happy, and that they’ll be satisfied with what Latitude has to offer. But, without them, we wouldn’t be what or where we are today. So, kudos to our extraordinary owners. Each and every one of them.

Healthy community

Last, but certainly not least. Here are Latitude 38, we continue to be grateful for our health and safety. There’s something delightfully surprising about living in an isolated mountain town during a pandemic. But, it’s not just our health. It’s the health and safety of our entire community. As we know, if one person gets sick, it’s likely those around them will become infected too. So, this year, we’re exceptionally grateful for the health, well-being and safety of our community. And, here’s a bit more about what we’re doing to keep our employees and guests safe.

We hope you and your loved ones have a very Happy Thanksgiving. Sending gratitude your way.

More Holidays > More Reopening > More Winter >
38° N, 108° W