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|12-31-2012 01:19 AM|
Originally Posted by Billcosby View Post
|12-30-2012 07:43 PM|
|Billcosby||Thanks foe your input, just booked utah in january seemed like the mountains were closer to tge airport and eachother, found a nice deal on vrbo for lodging|
|12-30-2012 06:24 PM|
|Argo||I'd stay in breck, keystone or vail. Be close to at least one mountain and make a short day trip of the others. If your really set on being more "central" then main street frisco is about as close as that gets.|
|12-30-2012 04:00 PM|
|element||i'm thinkin dillon - but i'm not a local - so just my guess - puts you kinda on the east side of summit county - but probably relatively better pricing, esp compared to being in the resort towns.|
|12-30-2012 02:17 AM|
|Billcosby||Where is the best place to base in Colorado if one wants to check out a bunch of different mountains?|
|12-29-2012 10:33 PM|
The colorado pass to the Vail owned resorts is the Epic Season pass - you'll find info about it at snow.com.
I think it's a bit late in the year to buy the pass - but still may be OK.
|12-29-2012 10:23 PM|
new traveller questions
I lived in Ontario my entire life and always snowboarded locally or short trips to Montreal/Banff. I just moved to Florida and want to continue the sport so I plan on doing a bunch of trips this year. I haven't done any real travelling like other people on this board so I have some beginner questions.
Since I will be travelling alot what is the best choice for lift tickets, I thought I remember Colorado having a season pass to a number of mountains? If so, anyone know the name of that pass? Do any other areas offer a similar pass?
I like to have my own kitchen so most hotels are out, is vrbo the best option for renting a property?
Any other tips or advice to make frequent travelling more economical? I thinking I may be able to save some money flying southwest within the US?