- Viewing from town is easy and popular spots include Main Street, Pacific Street and Columbia Avenue
- A Christmas Eve event
- Grab your hot chocolate and mittens
Overview: Telluride's torchlight parade tradition began in 1972 with the opening of the ski area. Since then, the honor of skiing with the torches has been passed from the ski patrol to the ski school yet the enjoyment of the spectators remains the same. The Christmas eve parade unites locals and vacationers alike as the happiness and festive cheering is universal.
Where: The parade can be seen from all over town but the parade itself takes place on the slopes of Telluride resort
When: Christmas Eve every year
Cost: This event is free for everyone to see
Details: Viewing from town is easy and popular spots include Main Street, Pacific Street and Columbia Avenue. So, grab some hot chocolate and come enjoy this picturesque holiday setting complete with snowy mountains, lights, garlands, red bows and glowing torches.