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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-09-2010, 07:26 PM Thread Starter
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Where to go in the Colorado/Utah area?

Basically for spring break me and a group of friends want to plan a trip to go ride somewhere other then the ice coast... Which none of us have ever really left.

Now most importantly we spend 100% of our time in the park on the east coast and want to go to the place that will have the best possible terrain parks around, with that being said we will do a few alpine runs and such just to enjoy the great snow those areas have to offer.

We were thinking Park City initially, however we've also considered Breck and Vail... Any suggestions?
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-09-2010, 07:53 PM
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Telluride Colorado is awesome, just got back and had so much fun! Tons of powder and trail options, fast lifts and short lines, cool town and bars!
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rumor around colorado right now is that wolf creek has the best snow.... Also I hear good things about tahoe. I hit breck up at least 3x a week and they have the better snow than the other local mts a basin, copper, keystone. vail is just plain huge and awesome
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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-10-2010, 09:48 AM
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sadly hes not asking for best snow hes asking for best park ... in utah thats limited to only park city or the canyons ... should try venturing out of the park from time to time though ... id say Colorado is going to be more your style .. something like keystone vail or aspen
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Yeah, if he wants the best parks out there, Summit county stands out above pretty much everywhere else. Breck and Keystone are both known for their parks. Breck being the jumpers paradise and Keystone a jibbers. Copper seems to do a great job too.
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I've boarded in Keystone many times and it is one of the best places for rails, boxes, jibs. The only drawback it is will be crowded. :/
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