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Old 10-23-2019, 12:21 PM   #1
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Looks like the Colorado mountains are getting some good early snow this year with more to come today. We are booked for Keystone, Christmas thru New Years Eve. Can't get here soon enough. I haven't been skiing since my son was born, he is now 6 so I am super excited to get him on the slopes. Last time I went skiing in Colorado they had a bad winter (lacking good snow), hopefully this year is better.

Anyone else going skiing around this time.
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Old 10-23-2019, 12:46 PM   #2
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Be at Keystone the 29th through the 4th.
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Old 10-23-2019, 12:51 PM   #3
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Be skiing Arapaho in feb, my favorite small mountain to ski. Probably hit Utah in there somewhere too, park city I think.
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Going the exact same time and my son is 6, we are going to Purgatory...
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Be skiing Arapaho in feb, my favorite small mountain to ski. Probably hit Utah in there somewhere too, park city I think.
I have never skied A-Basin. We way have to give it a try just a short drive from Keystone
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I have season passes to Keystone! We may actually be up there for Christmas this year, but not sure yet? My son lives in Denver, and we get passes to wherever he does every year.

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I have never skied A-Basin. We way have to give it a try just a short drive from Keystone
It is not for the timid or little kids in my experience, but does get a truck load of snow.
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Old 10-23-2019, 02:28 PM   #8
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Ski Colorado a lot. When I lived there, I skied Arapaho Basin in July. Was terrible skiing but did it in shorts and a T-shirt. You guys should have fun. Keystone is geared to families
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Don't say snow skiing when you are up there. LOL. that's about as backwoods Hillbilly as you can get. LOL.

As others have said A Basin is pretty hardcore. If you want to try another mountain that has great family areas and wide open cruisers try Breck. The town is awesome too. Keystone is great as well.
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Y'all boys be careful. I went skiing all the time growing up and into college. Went back in 2017 to Vail and my 40yr old body did not handle the slopes like my 25-30yr old body did. Blew knee out on first day. 3 surgeries and replacement ACL and meniscus and my snow skiing days are done. I did have some gummy bears to ease the pain the rest of my trip. Stay safe and enjoy!
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Old 10-23-2019, 04:17 PM   #11
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I'm about to be 51 and still snowboard blacks at a high rate of speed. I don't leave the ground or go into the trees anymore though. LOL.
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Iím 58! The first day is pretty hard on my knees. Itís smooth sailing after that. I still do the trees, but no jumps.


Actually, I can jump pretty dang good. Itís the landing part that gets me in trouble!!!!

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Iím 58! The first day is pretty hard on my knees. Itís smooth sailing after that. I still do the trees, but no jumps.


Actually, I can jump pretty dang good. Itís the landing part that gets me in trouble!!!!

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Nice. The main reason I don't like the trees anymore is if I fall in the deep powder it wears me out. It's harder to get back up and going on a board than skis. I mean I'll do it.....just not as much anymore.
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Old 10-23-2019, 04:40 PM   #14
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I'll be spending a week in Vail/Beaver Creek for New years and probably another week in February/March
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that's awesome you're getting him started so young...you'll have a blast!! I use to live in Lake Tahoe and was the HR Director for Kirkwood...loved seeing the little ones learn on the hill (they do it quickly too)!!! cheers!!
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Lake Tahoe is epic. Kirkwood is the crown jewel. My favorite resort.
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Old 10-23-2019, 04:53 PM   #17
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Several areas open now and more about to be. A nice dumping next week or so starting today.
Should be a great year for skiing.
Be mindful of the Traction Law when you go up.
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Wow. It's super early.
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Old 10-23-2019, 05:04 PM   #19
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https://theknow.denverpost.com/2019/...season/227001/

I guess "several" was a bit of a stretch but some are open and it's looking good.
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Old 10-23-2019, 05:21 PM   #20
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Lake Tahoe is epic. Kirkwood is the crown jewel. My favorite resort.
I grew up skiing that place. Still my favorite. Tons of natural snowfall. Far enough off the beaten path of South Shore that the lines were never too long. Been many years though. Used to have season passes every year there.
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Headed to Breck about that same time frame. Looking forward to it. Boys are 9 and 12 and loved it a few years ago when we went to Angel Fire. I'm excited to ski CO this trip.
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Old 10-23-2019, 05:36 PM   #22
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I believe Keystone is foretasted to get and additional 6"-10" tonight!. Build that snow base
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Old 10-23-2019, 05:49 PM   #23
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Old 10-24-2019, 10:25 AM   #24
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Keystone received 7" last night
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Old 10-24-2019, 10:35 AM   #25
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Don't forget Steamboat, really pretty area and family friendly. Bit of a drive but nice town as well.
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going skiing for the first time between Christmas and New Years in Taos
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Headed to Breck about that same time frame. Looking forward to it. Boys are 9 and 12 and loved it a few years ago when we went to Angel Fire. I'm excited to ski CO this trip.
Peak 9 has some great wide open greens for families.
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If yall ever wanna get away from the norm I highly recommend Grand Targhee Ski Resort, they already have lots of snow and is a great area to stay.
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Red River is a much more laid back family mountain.

It's my favorite place now. I used to be all about the mega resorts with tons of terrain but now I hate lift lines and crowds.
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Skip the skiing and rent snowmobiles and a guide. Tell them you want to stay off the trails. It will be the most fun you will ever have in the snow. Nothing like launch off a ridge into 6' of powder and riding through snow like you are on a jet ski. Also doesn't hurt when you fall off.
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Old 12-16-2019, 01:58 PM   #31
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Colorado ski reports got hammered the past weekend. Most areas picked up 2'-3' of snow. Flying out Christmas day hoping for good weather while traveling, once there bring it on again!
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we will be in Copper Mtn 1st week in Feb. I can't wait!
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Red River is a much more laid back family mountain.

It's my favorite place now. I used to be all about the mega resorts with tons of terrain but now I hate lift lines and crowds.
False Statement. No snow there. No skiing allowed. Stay Away
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We will be at Keystone 12/31-1/5. They got 30” in the past week. Unfortunately the avalanche risk is high. One report I read said it’s the highest it has been in 50 years
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Skip the skiing and rent snowmobiles and a guide. Tell them you want to stay off the trails. It will be the most fun you will ever have in the snow. Nothing like launch off a ridge into 6' of powder and riding through snow like you are on a jet ski. Also doesn't hurt when you fall off.
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Headed to Winter park in March. I havenít been there since 02. We have been skiing Beaver Creek and Vail the last few years. Cant wait to get there.


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Yes, the mountains did just get hammered. They are starting to talk about another storm coming in for Christmas day . Keep weather delays in your plans just in case.
Skiing will be great but avalanche danger is already getting high and an early death.
Be mindful if you plan to snow machine anywhere and stay in bounds at the ski area.
You'll need a long track machine for the snow in Colorado, or Wyoming.

You all going up for Christmas time should have great conditions. Might get cold so be prepared for that.
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Yes, the mountains did just get hammered. They are starting to talk about another storm coming in for Christmas day . Keep weather delays in your plans just in case.
Skiing will be great but avalanche danger is already getting high and an early death.
Be mindful if you plan to snow machine anywhere and stay in bounds at the ski area.
You'll need a long track machine for the snow in Colorado, or Wyoming.

You all going up for Christmas time should have great conditions. Might get cold so be prepared for that.

Thanks for the information. I am a novice skier so plan to stay to the fairly maintained runs. I have been watching the weather models closely on the potential Christmas Day storm. Hope it hold off until the day after Christmas so it doesn't effect our travel. What weather forecasting sources have you heard about the potential Christmas weather?
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Several areas open now and more about to be. A nice dumping next week or so starting today.
Should be a great year for skiing.
Be mindful of the Traction Law when you go up.
What is the criteria for chains required? I have 4x4 with AT tires, but considering picking up a set of chains just in case.

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Thanks for the information. I am a novice skier so plan to stay to the fairly maintained runs. I have been watching the weather models closely on the potential Christmas Day storm. Hope it hold off until the day after Christmas so it doesn't effect our travel. What weather forecasting sources have you heard about the potential Christmas weather?
GFS weather model has a storm at that time frame, but the gfs also hasnít been very reliable this winter
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I have noticed that the GFS hasn’t been too good in the medium to long range this year. The euro appears to show a western trough developing around this time too. We shall see
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Old 12-16-2019, 08:28 PM   #41
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You'll need the special snow tires or 4 wheel drive, no chains required for non commercial vehicles. Chains could be used if you don't have the right tires or 4 wheel drive. They want M/S tires on non 4 wheel drive vehicles.

Part of our local tv up here on cable are Denver channels so we get their news and weather. The networks have good forecasters for the most part it seems. They are talking about a system brewing so to speak.

An avalanche within the boundary but in a closed area today at Steamboat. Skiers just went through an unmarked area and triggered a slide from below it.
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Man I've been through some crazy stuff in my snowboarding career. The worst coming over Rabbit Ears Pass east of Steamboat. We were the last vehicle they let through. That was the lifted Chevy 2500 I sunk at Dead Mans hole. Lol. 20 mph for 6 hours to get to Silverton.

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You'll need the special snow tires or 4 wheel drive, no chains required for non commercial vehicles. Chains could be used if you don't have the right tires or 4 wheel drive. They want M/S tires on non 4 wheel drive vehicles.

Part of our local tv up here on cable are Denver channels so we get their news and weather. The networks have good forecasters for the most part it seems. They are talking about a system brewing so to speak.

An avalanche within the boundary but in a closed area today at Steamboat. Skiers just went through an unmarked area and triggered a slide from below it.
So there is actually 2 laws. Traction law and chain law, https://www.google.com/amp/s/kdvr.co...is-season/amp/.

Sounds like chain law is pretty uncommon. Which is good, because according to ford, my f150 isnít approved for chains. I may look at s class cables or autosocks, and just return them if I donít use them
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Old 12-17-2019, 01:01 AM   #45
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So there is actually 2 laws. Traction law and chain law, https://www.google.com/amp/s/kdvr.co...is-season/amp/.

Sounds like chain law is pretty uncommon. Which is good, because according to ford, my f150 isn’t approved for chains. I may look at s class cables or autosocks, and just return them if I don’t use them
You don't need anything if you have a 4 wheel drive truck and all terrain tires. The rental SUVs with regular m+s tires are fine. Don't worry about it.

The craziest road I have ever driven is the one up the mountain to Ski Apache. I have been up and down that thing in white out blizzard conditions. Nothing to it. I have also seen a lot of two wheel drives stuck or in the ditch. LOL.
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How do front wheel drive cars fare in the snow? I know they are better than rear wheel drive only. This is what we will have from the rental company. They couldn't guarantee a four wheel drive vehicle being the Christmas holiday

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How do front wheel drive cars fare in the snow? This is what we will have from the rental company. They couldn't guarantee a four wheel drive vehicle being the Christmas holiday
Much better than 2 wheel drive trucks.
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