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cornRIDE
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Denver ski trip experience? HELP
« on: 12/27/17, 06:12 PM »

two nights/three days piggy backing off a work trip. what do you do? summit express to Breck or take the train from airport to Winter Park? Any good AirBnB recommendations or must knows?

I've been to Keystone and Vail and liked it- only area I've skied there. Would I be missing out doing that again?

What would you do? How do you get from airport to your preferred ski hill?

appreciate any feedback!
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Re: Denver ski trip experience? HELP
« Reply #1 on: 12/27/17, 07:54 PM »

If work, why not rent a vehicle and expense it?? LOL.

One area that gets little love seemingly is Copper Mountain. Fantastic fall line skiing. Fast. Good lift system. And not as crowded as the main areas like Vail/Keystone/Breck can be.

Free Cat skiing out their back area. Yep free. Unless it changed this year.

Must be a transpo service to all resorts.

A Basin is a lot of fun too. Needs snow to access all areas and not enough right now (my boy lives in Boulder and this is his main area). But no lodging if you just want to stay up in the mountains.

Just some thoughts. 
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