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Only place my family goes to. I don't really ski park very much, but my friend who skis park there says it's not the greatest. But the all mtn terrain is the best, telluride's been putting all of their money into opening new terrain for the past few years and its awesome! Oh also if your gunna ski in T-ride for more than a few days and if your under 18 then you can buy their ski pass online for like $175 or something, it pays itself off in like 3 days of skiing. So yea. Wow that was a long post
Copper! before I moved out here my family always took our spring breaks to copper, they have a fun mountain and their park is always a good time too. my mom always found some good deals on lodging within walking distance to the lifts, AND frisco/silverthorne/dillon are all 5-10 minutes down the road for anything Copper's village doesn't provide
southern colorado is just on a whole nother level for snow amount and snow quality. But for I70 corridor and Denver access Beaver Creek is pretty damn fun. BUNCH rails and lots of ignored terrain. Jump over tourists while seeking treasures.
Not a resort, but WOLF CREEK. If you want a resort with better terrain/worse snow got to Crested Butte or Telluride. DO NOT GO TO THE I70 CORRIDOR. The state has so much more to offer than lift lines, groomers, and a terrain park
I ski vail, beaver creek, a-basin, breckenridge, keystone, winter park, and copper, and of those I would say I like breck or a-basin the most, but they're all sick. I'm going to silverton/ telluride hopefully this year though, and those could be better resorts for big mountain type stuff. You probably won't go wrong.