About TIO

Telluride… Inside, Outside, and Beyond


It’s what’s outside that draws the crowds to the region. But that’s far from the whole story. Insiders know Telluride is equal parts ski resort and cultural center. Arts and dance programs, galleries, music events, and summer festivals – every single weekend – underline the fact that Telluride has a whole lot to offer whether your passions are inside or outside – or both.

Beyond that, Telluride has a special inner core known to each and every one of us proud to call ourselves a Tellurider. The region is as much a state of mind as it is a place in the state. We locals have a little “Telluride Inside” no matter what we are up to or where we hang.

What’s more, many Telluriders travel – some by sharing rides; others in personal jets. Regardless of how we get there, what we do away from Telluride can be every bit as interesting as what we do when we are home in the San Juans.

In short, Telluriders lead a unique lifestyle, defined by curiosity.

Enter Telluride Inside…and Out or TIO, a lifestyle e-zine and the place where the region’s rural mountain setting hooks up with cosmopolitan culture.

TIO brings you behind the scenes to learn what is happening in and around Telluride and the impact Telluriders have around the world. TIO explores Telluride’s riches: the fine and performing arts scene, world-class retail and dining, and the unlimited outdoor adventure activities our mountain majesties offer. The webzine also follows locals as we travel.

Spend some time with TIO and you may find that you too are 100% Telluride Inside.

Telluride Inside…and Out…

was founded in 2009 by Clint & Susan Viebrock. What began as a fun little project, has grown into a household name with readers from all over the world. TIO has content that runs deep and numerous contributors. It has become a reliable information hub and (even from the very beginning) a true labor of love.

As longtime Telluride residents and active members of the community, Clint and Susan had their fingers on the pulse of all things local and wanted to gift their community with a place to find out all about it. World travel was also in their DNA.

Clint passed away in 2021, but Susan has kept TIO alive and kicking…nourishing her love of writing and sharing the many wonderful things that happen in this special place she calls home, as well as beyond.