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Old 10-04-2009, 03:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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After reading BA's thread on Keystone, I was wondering which resort in Colorado is the most welcoming to Snowboarders?
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Honestly man, I've never had an issue with Keystone but BA had a BAD one....

I have had 0 issues at any resort actually.

So this one is simply up to opinion I think.....

One time I was told to slow down at Copper though.

Are you going to not go to a resort if someone says they've had issues there or check it out yourself? I dunno what your situation is...

Or are you just simply trying to get some peoples opinions/stories?
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Just curious about peoples opinions, I have the Epic Pass, so I'm going to try them all
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Oh sweet

Ya I've had 0 real issues anywhere.

My personal favorite are Vail, Beaver Creek, and Keystone. Love me some trees though..... You can run into some lift lines at all of them though is the bad thing. My biggest complaint with Vail is that it take forrrrrrever to get to the back side if that's where you wanna go. I've only ridden the back side and plan to get the front figured out this year.
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If you really wanna know who's just boarder friendly that would be the spot
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Oh sweet

Ya I've had 0 real issues anywhere.

My personal favorite are Vail, Beaver Creek, and Keystone. Love me some trees though..... You can run into some lift lines at all of them though is the bad thing. My biggest complaint with Vail is that it take forrrrrrever to get to the back side if that's where you wanna go. I've only ridden the back side and plan to get the front figured out this year.

Milo -
You ride on the weekends, correct ?
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Ya last weekend that was about all I could ride... I'm trying to land a job at one of the resorts right now so I can change that
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Ya last weekend that was about all I could ride... I'm trying to land a job at one of the resorts right now so I can change that
Word.
I was only asking because I ride Tuesday/Wednesday.
Trying to locate some fellow weekday riders.
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