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I spent a week in Lake Louise and sampled the "Big 3" Banff area plus 
Kicking Horse. KH felt like the best of the lot (opinion perhaps biased 
because that's the day we got the Big Dump)
On Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 10:29 AM, Spencer Wright wrote:

So, the full context is...

A pal of mine and I drive from Santa Fe>Western Slope>Wyo>Montana>Canada


Drive North (dirtbag session):
Colorado - Ski Monarch, Crested Butte, Durango, Telluride, Cooper, maybe 
Vail.

Wyoming - Jackson

Montana - Bridget, Big Sky, Northern Montana?


BC - Meet Brother and Family. Fernie? Panorama? Kicking Horse? 4-5 
days.  Brother and Family will be flying out, so they might fly into 
Calgary and rent some transportation


Then, South, retracing our steps, or maybe back through Boise and SLC.


So, 2 1/2 weeks?


Slopeside isn't a must. Fine dining isn't a must.  Remote is ok.


Something to think about as we wait for snow.


Spence


On Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 9:02 PM, Leigh Daboll <[log in to unmask] 
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Hi Spence;
 
The consensus is “they are all good” “Different, but good”.
 
We need some more info on the specifics before the list launches into a 
whole raft of responses based on the pretty remarkable cumulative 
 experience out in this part of the world, some which may not be 
relevant at all
 
Is slope side lodging a must?  Multi-site road tripping ok?   Adding a 
cat day?  “Family friendly” and “great trees “ sometimes might be at 
odds.  Something off-hill to entertain the group?  Great dining needed 
or roughing it?  Ease of airport access or is remote ok?  Renting a 
vehicle?   How much can you handle in total trip cost?  Do you plan on 
buying Epicpasses, Maxpasses, or skicanada.org <http://skicanada.org> 
multi-tickets? (the last option might be important if you are not buying 
the former two)
 
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From: Vermont Skiing Discussion and Snow Reports 
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Of Spencer Wright
Sent: November 14, 2017 8:40 PM
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Subject: [SKIVT-L] Western Canada Recommendations

 

Hi -

 

Wondering what the Plaid consensus is on some of the Alberta/BC ski 
areas.  I've skied Whistler, Panorama and Lake Louise. Wondering about 
Fernie, Red Kicking Horse.  Good spot for a family?  ood spot for 
trees/steeps?

 

Thanks!

 

Spence


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