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Old 01-12-2006, 02:07 AM   #16
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I'm a boarder that lives in Boulder, CO now. So far this year I've done A-Basin, Breck, Winter park(MAry Jane kicks ass), Loveland Pass, berthid(SP?) pass, Keystone, Vail (Ihave the 3 park pass!)
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Old 01-12-2006, 08:56 AM   #17
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I'm a boarder that lives in Boulder, CO now. So far this year I've done A-Basin, Breck, Winter park(MAry Jane kicks ass), Loveland Pass, berthid(SP?) pass, Keystone, Vail (Ihave the 3 park pass!)
Which one is your favorite place in Colorado? I'd like to get out there just not sure where. I know Vail is the king, but it's also the king of prices. Have you ever been to Steamboat or Telluride?
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Telluride?
Isn't that the place they call "To-hell-you-ride"?
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Isn't that the place they call "To-hell-you-ride"?
Not sure, it could be though. I know a few places that still hold out against snowboarding like Mad River Glen in VT and Deer Valley in Utah.
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was going to go to Cannon for the first time this weekend but this 50 degree nonsense and rain is not going to let it happen.
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Yeah ...its suppose to be freezing here on Sunday though...probably too cold up on Cannon....Franconia Notch is awesome but really weird at the same time.....I actually think they probably got snow instead of rain...hasn't been that warm here...maybe your weekend can be saved?
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Yeah ...its suppose to be freezing here on Sunday though...probably too cold up on Cannon....Franconia Notch is awesome but really weird at the same time.....I actually think they probably got snow instead of rain...hasn't been that warm here...maybe your weekend can be saved?
The cold doesn't really bother me too too much. I've been up at Sugarloaf on many "holy f'ing crap it's cold" days. Hopefully they did/will get snow and it won't be a sheet of ice come sunday when the temps drop. Keeping fingers crossed for the weekend.

I've been to Franconia a couple times to see the Old Man of the Mountain (before he crumbled), it's a nice area. What is weird about the area?
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