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View Poll Results: How many resorts have you been to?
1-4 107 33.02%
5-8 95 29.32%
9-13 59 18.21%
14-19 32 9.88%
20-25 12 3.70%
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Old 06-23-2008, 09:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have been to


PA: Camel back and bear creek

VT: Sugar bush, Jay Peak and Smuggs

CO: Loveland, Beaver Creek, Vail, Key Stone and Cooper mountain

CA: Squaw, Alpine Meadows and Sugar Bowl

OR: Timberline

That's 14 resorts in 3 seasons of traveling .

Next year I am looking forward for Utah and Montana, or maybe WY.

I try to travel to new places every season, but I am planning into moving to Colorado in two seasons. So I guess after the big move I might stop traveling to ride as much as I do now.

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Old 06-23-2008, 10:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Only NZ ones, i have not traveled FOR snowboarding as of yet. 5 - 8
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Old 06-23-2008, 10:48 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Sugarbush, Ski liberty, Whitetail, Big mountain, Wisp, Snowshoe
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Old 06-24-2008, 05:30 AM   #4 (permalink)
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ummmmm....
a dry slop in england
a mountain in scotland - aviemore
5 small hills in italy - garessio, artesina, limone piemonte, pila, prato nevoso
3 big mountains in italy - cervinia, la thuile, courmayeur,
about 8 huge hills in france - chamonix, tignes, val thorens, val d'isere, les arcs, courchevel, la rosiere, meribel
2 big hills in austria - kaprun, zell am see
1 monster hill in switzerland - zermatt
4 big hills in canaduh - whistler / blackcomb, fernie, big white

so 25 all in all. twas fun too!
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Old 06-24-2008, 08:25 AM   #5 (permalink)
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PA- whitetail, liberty, roundtop, seven springs
MD- wisp
WV- snowshoe, silver creek
NY- iceface
VT- killington
CO- copper, mj/wp

so 11 in 3 years of riding.
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Old 06-24-2008, 08:58 AM   #6 (permalink)
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i have been too
NJ-Mountain creek
PA-jack frost
PA-big boulder
VT-mount snow
PA-snow mountain
NY-windham mountain
PA-blue mountain

that was just last year Im hoping to take a trip out west this year
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Old 06-24-2008, 09:15 AM   #7 (permalink)
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CA: Boreal, Bear Valley, Dodge Ridge, Squaw, Sugar Bowl, Donner, Homewood, Kirkwood, Iron Mountain (RIP).
Utah: Snowbird, Powder Mountain, Snobasin
Colorado: Berthoud Ski area (when it operated), Winterpark/Maryjane, Copper, Steamboat, Loveland, Abasin, Breck, Vail, Beaver Creek, Arrowhead, Snowmass, Aspen Highlands, Crested Butte, Monarch.

Backcountry spots:
Utah: Hells Canyon, Handley(?) peak.
Colorado, Berthoud Pass, Monarch Pass, Butler Gulch, Rollins Pass, Wolf Creek Pass, Janet's Cabin, Lost Wonder Hut, Torrey's Peak, Grizzly Gulch, Quandary Peak, Buffalo Pass, Loveland pass, Vail Pass, Peak 1, Arapahoe Lakes, Geneva Basin.

That's just off the top of my head...
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Old 06-24-2008, 09:40 AM   #8 (permalink)
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I had to use Ridertec on this one. 65 for what I can remember over a 23 year period:

- Valdez Heli Ski Guides, AK
- Jackson Hole, WY
- Squaw Valley USA, CA
- Saas Fee, CH
- Ohau, NZ
- Bridger Bowl, MT
- Stevens Pass, WA
- Alpine Meadows, CA
- Kirkwood, CA
- Mammoth Mountain, CA
- Grand Targhee, WY
- The Remarkables, NZ
- Treble Cone, NZ
- Big Boulder, PA
- Big Sky Resort, MT
- Wolf Creek Ski Area, CO
- Blackcomb Mountain, BC
- Mt. Baker, WA
- Sugarbush, VT
- Stowe Mountain Resort, VT
- HoliMont Ski Area, NY
- Holiday Valley, NY
- Antillanca, CL
- Coronet Peak, NZ
- Steamboat, CO
- Mt. Hood Meadows, OR
- Cardrona, NZ
- Snow King Resort, WY
- Crystal Mountain, WA
- June Mountain, CA
- Mountain High, CA
- Mt. Baldy, CA
- Snow Valley, CA
- Big Bear Mountain Resort, CA
- Snow Summit, CA
- Brian Head Resort, UT
- Snowbird, UT
- Park City Mountain Resort, UT
- Brighton Resort, UT
- Beaver Mountain, UT
- Rendevous Peak, WY
- Whitefish Mountain Resort, MT
- Snowbowl, MT
- Cerro Catedral, AR
- Temple Basin, NZ
- Mt Hutt, NZ
- Heli-ski, NZ
- Craigieburn, NZ
- Mont-Sainte-Anne, QC
- Blue Mountain, ON
- Boreal, CA
- Blue Knob Ski Resort, PA
- Crested Butte Mountain Resort, CO
- Breckenridge, CO
- Aspen Buttermilk, CO
- Whiteface, NY
- Hunter Mountain, NY
- Mt. Bachelor, OR
- Tahoe Donner, CA
- Northstar at Tahoe, CA
- Mt. Rose - Ski Tahoe, NV
- Heavenly Ski Resort, CA
- Copper Mountain, CO
- Teton Pass, WY
- Peek n Peak, NY


The ones out here in the East crack me up with 300-700 feet of vertical. Something is better than nothing, and the dudes who rip on the Ice Coast Gnar get into the texture of the Rockies and rule! So I do have respect for all.

I worked the Burton Demo Crew for a bit in 98 and the entire 2000 season - all over North America.
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Old 06-24-2008, 09:51 AM   #9 (permalink)
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I have only been to two -
Mt Hotham and Falls Creek both in Victoria.
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Old 06-24-2008, 11:22 AM   #10 (permalink)
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The ones out here in the East crack me up with 300-700 feet of vertical. Something is better than nothing,
hey easy on the cracks about our 400 foot verts. i taught myself on one of those, and now they're good for chugging beers on the lifts with friends and then trying to knock each other down. patrol doesn't like that very much tho

check this place out, you'll be blown away.

other than the above mentioned place, i've been to heavenly in south tahoe. plan on two or three trips this coming season. a cousin of a friend lives in tahoe and we were talking about goin there. i've also been considering jackson hole.
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