The guys above me are correct, however if you want to ski a bunch of places, then I'd say you want to be closer to Summit County. Abasin is a very fun mountain, but not known for park. And, you will get bored of it for five days. There, you'll be within a half hour of Keystone, Breck, Abasin, Vail, Copper. You'll get a lot of different opinions on which mountain is better and why.
My opinion is: They all have good parks. Some better, some worse. Breck being a pretty popular choice. Vail is probably the most well-rounded mountain (i.e. they have verything from good park to great back bowls). However, it is the most expensive one. Also, if you buy a ticket to Breck or Keystone, then the ticket is good at Keystone, Breck or Abasin. Keystone has night skiing also. Not my thing, but others seem to like it.
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Whatever you do, do not buy tickets at the lift window. Local grocery stores (King Soopers, Safeway) and rental shops off the mountain have the best prices (about $15-$20 off ticket window) unless you know someone with a season pass or someone who works there. If it is spring break time, it'll be a lot harder to find discounts. You can always show up late to the mountain and look for people leaving. Bring a wire cutter and offer a couple of bucks for their lift ticket. Good luck