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Where should I live for the best skiing (+ karma, google maps)
Oh yea, you have to zoom out on the map to see them all...
probably the golden location because your closer to i-70
It is all over an hour a way...It isn't gonna make that much of a difference. Why are you looking in Denver? Unless you have a job there...If you do then go with whatever is closer to your job.
^^^What he said, those are all only a few minutes apart. If it was me I would live in the lakewood/Golden area since there aren't as many people if you can find a place north of golden.
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My girlfriend has a job with Ernst and Young, and denver is their only location thats near really good skiing.
Ok, so what is a good place to live that is inbetween denver and the good ski spots? Somewhere where we can live, and she doesn't have to have an insane commute to get to work and I dont have to do the same to go skiing?
if you are going by the four locations on the map, D would be best. Its right near I70. Easy commute. Best place is like Golden or Lakewood area near I70. I live in Littleton, its not bad, I live right off of C470 only a few miles from I70. Thats an easy drive also.
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looking to meet anyone who enjoys long, fast turns on sweet groomers, big hits or deep pow in the glades!! Must love the outdoors and not be afraid of cold temperatures or adverse weather conditions.
well D is closest to the mtns, so yeah....its all in denver and its all over an hour away from skiing....
If you want my opinion i would live downtown. Downtown denver is sweet and really not that far from the mountains relative to your other choices. Your girlfriend is going to spend more time and gas money trying to commute to work in rush hour everyday than it will be worth to be a little closer to the mountains. Plus Downtown is a lot of fun filled with a bunch of active young adults. I think that anybody you talk to will agree. Denver is an incredible vibrant city yet still within reach of the mountains. If you can afford to live downtown I highly recommend it and don't think you will regret it.
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i say D. lakewood. closest to the mountains, avoid most of the ugly traffic going into/through the city, yet still close enough that going into denver at nights is easy. and bonus, tons of urban in lakewood if you're so inclined.
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