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Old December 30th 08, 08:29 PM posted to rec.skiing.resorts.north-america
David Cocking
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Hi,

I'm a fortyish intermediate (blues, reds in Europe, the odd black diamond)
looking to get away for a mid week trip. Most of the time I would travel
with wife and kids, but not this time. So I'm looking for the sort of trip
that might not work so well with the family. This a chance to go places
that are maybe a little awkward to get to but will be worth it in terms of
the experience/snow/runs.

Any suggestions? I'm open to all of North America.


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Old December 30th 08, 10:40 PM posted to rec.skiing.resorts.north-america
lal_truckee
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David Cocking wrote:
Hi,

I'm a fortyish intermediate (blues, reds in Europe, the odd black diamond)
looking to get away for a mid week trip. Most of the time I would travel
with wife and kids, but not this time. So I'm looking for the sort of trip
that might not work so well with the family. This a chance to go places
that are maybe a little awkward to get to but will be worth it in terms of
the experience/snow/runs.

Any suggestions? I'm open to all of North America.


Jackson Hole. (Also try to ski Grand Targhee on the same visit.)

Off the beaten track, a bit harder to get to (smallish airport so
transfers required), but spectacular skiing and scenery, and not so much
a nightmare of weekly ski holiday visitors as Utah and Colorado.
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Old January 10th 09, 08:49 AM posted to rec.skiing.resorts.north-america
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Try the Dakota Resort condo (owned by Len Dinegar).Delightful &
relaxing.




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Old January 11th 09, 08:07 AM posted to rec.skiing.resorts.north-america
Jon Jon
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Mt. Werner, Steamboat Springs, took my ski lessons there as a kid in the
60's. Well, there and Howelsen sp? Hill.

Later life, after living in Anchorage for 18 years, thought Girdwood
believe it's called Alpenglow would be great skiing.

 




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