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Baker, you roll in and out of yer car, rv...'merican trash d-bag steez. Hit the stanky taproom that has maybe 10 tables or yer trunk, rollup doobes, feed the wild life, howl at the moon and wait for the northern lights...>faux fur euro glitz


Umm you need to check the boots the person feeding the birds was wearing and then recheck which forum you're on!

Baker I've always rented a place about 20-30 minutes down the hill. Worst place for apres, worst resort for groom, worst resort for park. Can confirm one of the best resorts for dirtbag bare bones riding.
 

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In my experience I would mirror saying Vail and Breck like a lot of others, but two years ago I went to Park City and I was shocked how lively the town was at night, it was a a blast and full people out and about having a good time who were friendly. Some locals we met said that people come up from Salt Lake to party there because it's so fun.
 

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Whistler and Banff are always fun, though full of 18-25 yo Australians
Aspen, Vail and Breck have good apres scene. Aspen and Vail are a little more well-heeled, Breck is a younger crowd.
South Lake Tahoe is definitely fun. Being able to walk across the border to 24h boozers & casinos can be dangerous >:)
Salt Lake City has a surprisingly decent bar scene. It's not technically 'apres' but you drive back from the mountain, shower up and hit the bars
Jackson Hole's cowboy bars are a good laugh.

Overall though, North American resorts can't hold a candle to the likes of Ischgl/St Anton/Val D'Isere for the apres scene
Hi guys! Aspen, Vail and Breck have some great apres spots that we love. So does Crested Butte (Secret Stash anyone??) We have created a blog post to summarize some of our favorite apres-ski spots in 14 top ski resorts. Let us know if we are missing any of your favorite spots at these resorts!
 
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