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bear vs. mt. high on weekends?

how do the crowds at bear compare to mt. high on weekends? i'm used to mt. high weekends but have never been to bear consistently.
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Both are shitay

lol in all seriousness I like bear better on the weekends
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Both are shitay

lol in all seriousness I like bear better on the weekends
is it a big enough difference to spend the $$$ to stay up there or the time to drive up and back? is it a lot better or pretty much the same? lift lines look insane for both.
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i find that on non-holiday/peak weekends, the lifts at high arent that bad.
bear is usually pretty crowded, but i'd say same goes as before with mt. high.
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no class on fridays or tuesdays, bear ftw

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Bear or Summit FTW
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Mt. High usually gets the brunt of the locals + LA + OC people since it's the closest. Bear usually only has local park rats (the tourists are at Summit) and the few uber dedicated LA + OC people who are willing to make the 3-4 hour drive up.

i'd say Bear is less crowded.
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Not to mention Bear (specifically Snow Summit) has better runs. Slightly longer and more variety.
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