You must be over 21 and have a government issued photo ID to purchase. Patrons appearing under 30 may be asked for a second form of ID.
Colorado residents (with a valid CO driver’s license) can purchase up to an ounce at a time. Out of state visitors can purchase up to ¼ ounce per transaction.
Anyone over the age of 21 is permitted to have up to an ounce of marijuana in their possession in Colorado.
The use of marijuana is only legal in certain states, especially Colorado, but please do not take your purchases over state lines.
Marijuana is Federally illegal; so don’t take it on Federal land (the ski mountain is a national forest).
Marijuana is regulated much like alcohol – so don’t drive while under the influence, don’t consume it in public, and don’t buy for underage kids. Police can field-check for presence of THC in blood.
The towns of Telluride and Mountain Village are linked by a spectacular, 13-minute ride on a free gondola—the first and only free public transportation system of its kind in the United States. The Gondola is now open for the winter season. The normal operating hours are 7am to Midnight. As always, a trip on the Gondola is FREE.
You can check the condition of roads, including weather, road work and closures at CoTrip. Up to date downloadable pdf on road closures in Southwest Colorado and check the Fed's website on Colorado travel.
For information by telephone regarding road & weather conditions on Colorado's highways, please call 511 from within Denver or (303) 639-1111 from out-of-state. For inquiries from within Colorado but outside the Denver area, please call toll free 1-877-315-7623. Sign up for free e-mail and text message alerts. See more at the CDOT Travel Center.
Where Can I Park?
Parking is available at select parking garages in Mountain Village. Free Parking is available in Telluride and accessible by gondola.
Is Handicap Parking Available?
Handicap parking is available at the festival with an authorized handicap sticker.
Many shops are wheel chair friendly, and the main floor of the conference is accessible by wheelchair. We have many wheelchair participants every year, and welcome your participation.
Pets are not allowed. Be your pet's best friend and do not bring him or her the show.