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Old 10-08-2011, 07:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok, flights from San diego to Denver look cheap. Thinking the weekend of the 10th or the weekend of the 17th. I know, it's hit or miss, but there will be snow right?

Would LOVE a pow day but hey I understand it's hit or miss.

Good idea? bad idea and save it for February March?
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Old 10-08-2011, 08:59 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'd go if I were you. I'm doing Summit even earlier. I don't expect deep stashes everywhere, but hey, where I live a good base in November is like a dream.
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Screw it, I think we'll do it. Now to choose the best resort ... Leaning breckenridge. Mix of advanced and beginners.
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Old 10-08-2011, 09:33 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I'm staying central but I just snagged an Epic Local Pass so we can do trips to Vail, Key, Beaver Creek and ABay too. We'll just stay right in Breck (clogging up BA's town like a bunch of dirty tourists, which I'm looking forward to) and have easy access to the lifts.

Plus, the pass gives restricted access to N* and Heavenly and I may make a trip out there in the Spring.
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last year they had ~60 inches in summit co in november. fingers crossed...
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Old 10-12-2011, 04:04 PM   #6 (permalink)
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last year they had ~60 inches in summit co in november. fingers crossed...
Fuck it, booked 12/10. Praying to the Pow Gods
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I'm staying central but I just snagged an Epic Local Pass so we can do trips to Vail, Key, Beaver Creek and ABay too. We'll just stay right in Breck (clogging up BA's town like a bunch of dirty tourists, which I'm looking forward to) and have easy access to the lifts.

Plus, the pass gives restricted access to N* and Heavenly and I may make a trip out there in the Spring.
I love my winter tourists they're fun to fuck with. Nothing like giving them the most fucked up directions to find a location they're standing in front of.
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I love my winter tourists they're fun to fuck with. Nothing like giving them the most fucked up directions to find a location they're standing in front of.
Good thing I never ask or need directions.

So where are the good spots on Breck
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I love my winter tourists they're fun to fuck with. Nothing like giving them the most fucked up directions to find a location they're standing in front of.
Hahahahaha
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Good thing I never ask or need directions.

So where are the good spots on Breck
Go up to the mountain get on a chairlift when you see two trees that look kind of green and have snow by them go right when you get in there and see more trees and one is dead and fallen over go left if you see a giant sasquatch you've gone too far.
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