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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 02-13-2010, 05:45 PM
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Man, i messed up. It seems the dates for my break are 3/26 to 4/7. Guess that leaves any resort as a possible choice. Still want to go where the snows gonna be the best.
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whisler has been getting spanked and the olys will be long gone...so there should be great spring conditions.


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From what I've been reading Mt. Baker sounds right up my alley. Unfortunately I doubt my buddy will go for something that isolated, think he's more into going some where with good night life.

He originally wanted to go to telluride which i'm not crazy about. As far as CO i've been to vail and it has good night life and all but its snooty as all hell. Read that breck has good night life but never been and don't know what the deal is.

Been to whistler and loved it, awesome vibe in that town. Also been to south lake tahoe which definately has the night life going for it.

Out of those choices, or somewhere else i haven't considered what do you think is the best bet for good snow that time of year?
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Vail nightlife > Breck nightlife.

Unless you like sitting in a bar full of dudes wearing tall tee's and staff members with a 2x4 up their ass at Cecilia's or Liquid.
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Vail nightlife > Breck nightlife.

Unless you like sitting in a bar full of dudes wearing tall tee's and staff members with a 2x4 up their ass at Cecilia's or Liquid.
As opposed to dudes in turtlenecks and Patagonia gear with 2x4's up their asses.
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As opposed to dudes in turtlenecks and Patagonia gear with 2x4's up their asses.
At least the guys in turtlenecks can speak on an intelligent level and contribute to their community.
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At least the guys in turtlenecks can speak on an intelligent level and contribute to their community.
Haha, I won't defend them in that aspect.
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From what I've been reading Mt. Baker sounds right up my alley.
Out of those choices, or somewhere else i haven't considered what do you think is the best bet for good snow that time of year?
Maybe convience your bud he has his priorities misplaced.

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