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Lauren Bush Lauren’s Guide to Telluride, Colorado

Winter is coming, and so are snowy getaways. Here, the CEO and Co-Founder of FEED Projects shares her hit list for Telluride, Colorado.


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Lauren Bush Lauren was born in Denver, married in Ridgway, and vacations in Telluride — in short, she’s something of a Colorado expert. When she’s not at her husband’s family property (that would be the Double RL ranch, owned by Ralph Lauren), she’s in nearby Telluride, taking in the food and landscape of the mountain town. As the New York-based CEO and Co-Founder of FEED Projects, the open air is her version of an escape. Here, she shares her must-do list for Telluride, Colorado.

212 South Oak A wonderfully cozy restaurant with an extensive and delicious vegetarian menu.

Butcher & Baker Such delicious, healthy food. I dream about their kale salad!

Rustico Fresh Italian food, and it’s a beautiful spot to eat al fresco before the winter months hit.

La Marmotte Great French food.

Coffee Cowboy My go-to coffee spot while I’m shopping and exploring in town.

Mixx Cool, eclectic art and jewelry. I love stopping in here to for inspiration and gift shopping.

Apotheca Great herbal remedies (for altitude sickness and otherwise), and they hold a special place for me because they carry a great assortment of FEED bags.

Allreds Heart-stoppingly scenic restaurant perched in the mountains. You have to take the gondola up to get it, which is half of the fun.

Dylan’s Candy Bar I head to Dylan’s store in the mountain village to load up on sweets and goodies.

Lizard Head Pass This is a gorgeous scenic drive with some of my favorite hiking trails surrounding it.

Peaks Spa I stop in for a little “me time” and the best massages.

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