Mountain Village offers a number of activities for residents and guests alike. There are activities during summer and winter including disc golf, biking and downhill mountain biking. There are more than thirty miles of trails for hiking and biking surrounding the Mountain Village. Four main trails provide those with beginning to advanced skill levels in hiking and bike riding an option that ensures they find a place to enjoy these activities.
The trails at Mountain Village are open every day and are free to use. The bike park at Mountain Village offers the opportunity for mountain biking downhill. The park is designed for those with intermediate to expert skills and can be used to picnic as well. The staff asks that those visiting the Mountain Village's Bike Park to remain on the trails. A gondola cabin can be used to take bikes into town as you take a free ride to Telluride on the gondola.
The trails at the Mountain Village have a vertical drop of over one thousand feet and over thirty berms. There are a number of jumps on the trails found in Mountain Village. The entrance to Mountain Village Bike Park is one hundred and fifty yards to the south of St. Sophia's gondola station. There are a number of trail options designed to the standards of the International Mountain Bicycling Association. The park is open from seven in the morning until the sun goes down provided the weather is favorable. The dates of operation coincide with those of the summer schedule for the gondola.
Mountain Village Ice Rink offers the opportunity for ice skating in the area. The facility is open from noon until eight at night; children five and under can skate at no costs to parents. There are equipment rentals, season passes, punch cards and private skating lessons offered to those that visit the Ice Rink in Mountain Village to ensure that their stay in the area is enjoyable. The area offers platform tennis, rock climbing, Nordic show shoeing, skiing and a nature center as well.
Child care options that are available to the residents of Mountain Village are extended to the visitors in the area as well. There are three programs in the area; Base Camp, Telluride Ski and Golf Company Nursery and Annie's Nannies which provides private babysitting services. Those that have lost or found anything while at Mountain Village should go to the Mountain Village Police Department. All items with a value of at least $50 are taken to the police department within the first twenty-four hours of being found. These items include cell phones, purses, cameras and wallets everything else is kept at the gondola station or the dispatch.
Mountain Village provides free options for both parking and transportation to Telluride and in the city limits. These options include access to galleries, bars, lodging accommodations and government buildings. Retail shops, restaurants, schools and amenities of recreation in the area are all included in these options making Mountain Village an ideal place to spend a vacation.