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  1. Stranglehold

    Stranglehold Senior Refuge Member

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    Hey guys,

    I'm headed out to the ski slopes in a few weeks.

    Want to ask if you all know of a good resource (online or in the Frisco area) where I can buy discounted lift tickets beforehand?

    Thinking about Keystone, Breck, A Basin & Copper.

    Any help is appreciated!
     
  2. Stranglehold

    Stranglehold Senior Refuge Member

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    Also, a good place to rent skies!
     
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    Stranglehold Senior Refuge Member

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  6. Stranglehold

    Stranglehold Senior Refuge Member

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    Want to head out to Keystone with my wife for a quick trip.

    Question: what's the earliest you all feel comfortable heading out west to ski on (mostly real) snow? Is the first week of December traditionally pretty decent? We're not expert skiers, so not EVERY slope needs to be open, but need a fair amount of blues and greens open at Keystone to make the quick trip worth it.

    Thinking maybe week of Dec. 7th...

    Would appreciate any light you can shed on this thought for me! Thanks in advance.
     
  7. spaightlabs

    spaightlabs Elite Refuge Member

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    Late summer started off strong and looked like it was gearing up for a great season, but we have struggled since the first couple early hits of snow.

    The conditions can change very fast in early season so what looks grim right now can turn to spectacular conditions with just a few storms.

    Dec 7th would be a bit early a lot of years, but since you aren't really looking to tear up the expert slopes you should be fine, again, most years...
     

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