I don't know what to suggest, Dave. Looks like you've got it figured out.

On Wed, Mar 13, 2013 at 11:38 AM, Matthew Kulas <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Eldora? Granby Ranch?

I'm guessing that Sunlight, Kendall Mountain, Ski Hesperus, & Powderhorn are too far away, huh?


On Wed, Mar 13, 2013 at 11:18 AM, David Merfeld <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Time for the annual client-pays-the-airfare trip to Colorado.  All we have are those plane tickets, though.  No clue where the snow is best.  In the past we have skied:

Don't even bother suggesting
Loveland - too small, too crowded (FWIW, I was on the crew that built the interconnect lift, in 1974)
A-Basis - even smaller, even crowdeder
Beaver Creek - "not exactly roughing it" is not exactly my idea of an interesting mountain

Someone should have bought them a compass
Vail - Back bowls face due south ??why??

So long ago that I can't remember, but I all I can think of is "Summit County"
Copper
Keystone

Old standbys
Breckenridge
Monarch
Winter Park

Fun, but not enough steeps
Ski Cooper

Great if you hit it right
Steamboat - at 10K summit, it's the lowest elevation major resort in the state, and faces East

Loved, but too far away for just a weekend
Telluride
Durango
Crested Butte
Aspen resorts

On my wish-list, but also too far away
Silverton
Wolf Creek

Suggestions, please?

David Merfeld

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