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11-01-2014 08:22 AM
Argo
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Originally Posted by snowklinger View Post
hot damn!

too bad they already have me on the books for some seasons.....

....take ma dualies up there....get some proper training on them ma'fuckas...
Believe me, I also thought about this!
11-01-2014 03:44 AM
snowklinger
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If you're a true beginner copper has a great deal. "copper university "

It's $199 for a 3 day lesson including rentals, lunch, lift ticket and parking. Upon completion you get a free season pass. You have to sign up in person and have to be a true beginner to snow sports.
hot damn!

too bad they already have me on the books for some seasons.....

....take ma dualies up there....get some proper training on them ma'fuckas...
10-31-2014 11:19 PM
Argo If you're a true beginner copper has a great deal. "copper university "

It's $199 for a 3 day lesson including rentals, lunch, lift ticket and parking. Upon completion you get a free season pass. You have to sign up in person and have to be a true beginner to snow sports.
10-31-2014 11:14 PM
TimelessDescent Copper Mountain sounds like a good place for you to go. Very beginner/intermediate friendly. Its laid out so that the West Village is where the greens are...center village is considered blues....and east village blacks. Its easy to decide which part of the mountain you will be riding most of the day depending on your skill level/riding preference. Alot of extra stuff going on at Center village on the weekends too. Cool place.
10-25-2014 06:26 AM
SkullAndXbones nice. have fun! have you been properly introduced to the great american culture that is football and the tv show Duck Dynasty?
10-25-2014 06:11 AM
Beeb Not buying it Nice try though!

We ended up going with Epic Local and some 4-packs for loveland . And the beginner we're bringing with us is going for the 3-pass pack.

Not booked the intermediate lessons yet, but pretty sure we'll go for 3 hours of private lessons at Loveland. Just need it to start dumping now!
10-24-2014 11:26 PM
2hellnbak
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Loveland blows............I'd buy an Epic pass and follow the lemmings west.
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Yea, i should have mentioned its cold and windy, storms always seem to miss...all it gets is ice....
Yeah, I used to ride there until I discovered Keystone. Definitely go with Keystone. Friendly staff, great prices and wonderful parking/atmosphere.
09-03-2014 01:07 PM
snowklinger
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Originally Posted by mojo maestro View Post
Loveland blows............I'd buy an Epic pass and follow the lemmings west.
Yea, i should have mentioned its cold and windy, storms always seem to miss...all it gets is ice....
09-03-2014 07:30 AM
mojo maestro Loveland blows............I'd buy an Epic pass and follow the lemmings west.
09-03-2014 12:59 AM
modusoperandi Granby Ranch (Sol Vista Basin) also has a learn to ride package for $199 - 2 lesson days and a season pass after you complete the lessons. It is a small resort about 20mins from Winter Park and the terrain is all beginner/intermediate with a lot of terrain parks. Definitely would want to get at least a 4 pack somewhere else, but is a great place to take beginners - no lift lines ever, and very difficult to get lost.

Colorado Ski Resort -Ski and Ride School - Granby Ranch
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