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Old 10-30-2003   #11
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Aspen, Sunlight and a Colorado Pass

I'll probably have access to comps for Sunlight and Aspen. Booked the entire Polar Star and Eisners and will probably do some week day trips to others. Will head to SLC, Targhee/J.H. then Big Sky/Bridger. If the money holds out continue on to Big Mtn. Fernie and Red Mountain.
Wash your car, leave the wood pile uncovered, plan a desert trip, dont clean the raingutters or put up the heat tape, climb a 14er in shorts and a vest, drive over Independence or Trail Ridge with bald tires...get the idea?

No amount of money is worth your free time!
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Old 10-30-2003   #12
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crested butte is where its at, best resort skiing (with the exception of taos) and tits for backcountry. Irwin is closed for the winter (as far as tourism) so it will be on. Oh yea! don't forget silverton. Between these three resorts and all of the paddling and backcountry in my area. I'm busy for the next thirty years.
Later, Aaron
Well of course I forgot that there still is off season (right now!!) I guess i just have to spent this time drinking and chasing tail.

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Old 10-31-2003   #13
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I worked(volunteered) at Silverton last year and the mountain and terrain is incredible. I just hate guided skiing. I am working another six days for them this season and for every two days I work I get a free lift ticket but until they turn the mountain free (hopefully in the next year or two) I would not pay the money to have them powder farm. They powder farm alot!
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Old 12-12-2003   #14
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Best conditions for Taos

Taos is best with at least a 60 inch base due to the large rocks and steeps, which require more coverage. Also best to wait for the Ridge to open (usually by January) for max terrain selection.

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