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Old 07-24-2021, 07:10 PM   #1
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I know there are a lot of you on here that go a lot and figure I can get some decent advice

Where are some laid back places to go ski/spend time with family?
Prefer places without big crowds

Also what is the best times to go?
As in when should there be a good amount of snow
Not interested in going Christmas or Spring Break when everyone else wants to go but

We will be taking a family vacation, 2 adult children, wife and myself. Possibly 2 guests.

Purgatory might be an option as one of the kids knows someone with a condo that might be available

I am the only one who has ever skied and that was 30+ years ago, wife does not care about skiing so side attractions (snowmobile trips, etc) are a plus but not a requirement
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Old 07-24-2021, 07:18 PM   #2
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Haven't been in lots of years but Feb. Used to be the least crowded time. Breckenridge has a lot of things for your wife and she can walk the entire town.
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We went to Breckenridge last fall

Heard ski season is a circus there?
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Old 07-24-2021, 07:32 PM   #4
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Copper Mountain is super cool. The lodging on the resort is nice and they have stores and restaurants right there. Giant dire pit right on the middle is a cool place to hang out.

Edwards Co. is a cool little town near Aspen. Tons of great shopping and fly fishing outfitters. Would be easy to book a side trip to fish some headwaters.

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Old 07-24-2021, 07:37 PM   #5
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Wait until the college kids go back to school. Towards end of January or early February should be good.
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Monarch,it's been a couple years but used to go during spring break and crowds were not bad at all.
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Old 07-24-2021, 07:48 PM   #7
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The base at Breck is really high. The wife and I had some trouble with that.

We used to go right when the kids got out of school for Christmas break. Seemed to be good timing with not too many people yet, but there was always plenty of snow already.

The kids really liked winterpark. I have one that didn’t ski well, so we’d take her tubing and she loved that.

My in-laws went with us on that trip. Neither went skiing, but they really enjoyed taking a snowmobile tour.
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Oh, and if you haven’t gone skiing previously, take a lesson. If you pick it up quickly, a half day lesson can get you going
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Purgatory is not bad, took my family and had a great time.
Another place that is much harder to get to but not crowded at all is Targhee Ski Resort, really cool place.
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February is the time to go. Monarch is a good mountain, but won’t have that “ski town” feel. If that is important look at Crested butte or steamboat
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Key stone or winter park are both good places for beginners. And still have some good blue and black runs. After the first of the year I would say is better for good snow. ( most years) Don't go during any holidays and if possible mid week.
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Old 07-25-2021, 06:31 AM   #12
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Key stone or winter park are both good places for beginners. And still have some good blue and black runs. After the first of the year I would say is better for good snow. ( most years) Don't go during any holidays and if possible mid week.
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The places most are mentioning are big resorts that are crowded with long lift lines. Purgatory was the first place I ever skied or snowboarded. I haven't been recently but it wasn't crowded. You don't get the ski town vibe though. Take a good look at Red River. Nice little chill ski town.

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Old 07-25-2021, 08:12 AM   #14
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Our favorite is Angel Fire, NM.
Jan./Feb. is the time to go, usually plenty of snow.
Lines are short and the town is perfect.
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Old 07-25-2021, 08:14 AM   #15
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We go to Red River, NM, usually the first or second week of January.
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Thanks for all the info

No idea what a "ski town vibe" is

Decent skiing and lower numbers of people are more important
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Old 07-25-2021, 02:14 PM   #17
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Old 07-25-2021, 02:21 PM   #18
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Ski Cooper was cool little place outside Vail about 30min. We did 2 days skiing there and 2 days at Vail. I say we….I destroyed my left knee the first day. I had gummies and watched Narcos on Netflix while everyone else went skiing. 3 surgeries later, a cadaver ACL and meniscus, I won’t be skiing anymore. Have fun and be careful wherever you decide to go.


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Old 07-25-2021, 02:30 PM   #19
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Purgatory is good skiing but food options are limited unless you want to drive about an hour.
Enjoy Keystone. Go during the week.


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Glenwood Hot springs lodge

Thank me later! We took our 9 yr boys on spring break. Not crowded at all, lift tickets come with the hotel stay

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No idea what a "ski town vibe" is

Decent skiing and lower numbers of people are more important
Don't go to Keystone, Breckenridge, Copper or Vail. Lol. Massive crowds. New Mexico is your spot.

I like Red River in my older years. I hate lift lines now. Very nice little town. The ski area is small but has some nice runs. You can drive 30 minutes to Taos or Angelfire as well.

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Don't go to Keystone, Breckenridge, Copper or Vail. Lol. Massive crowds. New Mexico is your spot.

I like Red River in my older years. I hate lift lines now. Very nice little town. The ski area is small but has some nice runs. You can drive 30 minutes to Taos or Angelfire as well.

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Old 07-26-2021, 11:07 AM   #23
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Definitely go in Jan or Feb. Cheaper and less crowded. You can stretch president's day into a long weekend if kids are in school.
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Old 07-26-2021, 11:26 AM   #24
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Red River, Wolf Creek, Purgatory, Durango are good for families.
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Old 07-26-2021, 11:42 AM   #25
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Don't go to Keystone, Breckenridge, Copper or Vail. Lol. Massive crowds. New Mexico is your spot.

I like Red River in my older years. I hate lift lines now. Very nice little town. The ski area is small but has some nice runs. You can drive 30 minutes to Taos or Angelfire as well.

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This is what you want here. Plus everyone you meet will be from TX.

Steamboat isn’t too bad either outside of the holidays and festivals.

Mid Jan-late Feb is the time to go skiing. Lower crowds, biggest base levels, highest probability of fresh powder.
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Old 07-26-2021, 11:59 AM   #26
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Steamboat and Winter Park are both family friendly resorts. As far as time to go, really anytime but weather wise I would probably target late February before spring break.

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Old 07-26-2021, 12:04 PM   #27
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Purgatory is not bad, took my family and had a great time.
Another place that is much harder to get to but not crowded at all is Targhee Ski Resort, really cool place.
Targhee looks awesome! thanks for the tip!
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Old 07-26-2021, 12:23 PM   #28
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Ski cooper! I live 2 hours from there. Way smaller than all the big resorts, it’s priced really well and never gets crowded. Fun time
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Old 07-26-2021, 12:24 PM   #29
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Not park city utah i can tell you that. It kicked our @$$. I felt like the whole time i was skiing i was going to go off the mountain. There where no big bowls to ski in and help teach someone how to cut and turn.
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Not park city utah i can tell you that. It kicked our @$$. I felt like the whole time i was skiing i was going to go off the mountain. There where no big bowls to ski in and help teach someone how to cut and turn.
I hear that. did deer valley late spring. It was packed and I was very tired at the end. Wife loved it but she is 100x better skier than me.
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I hear that. did deer valley late spring. It was packed and I was very tired at the end. Wife loved it but she is 100x better skier than me.
Yea its rough.... We are all amatuers but we enjoy it. I like it for the scenery i dont want to have to work at it. I feel like when you get on the big blues you can just take your time and enjoy it. I have to say the snowmobile rides we do are much more enjoyable lol...
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Old 07-26-2021, 01:05 PM   #32
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Steamboat. January 15-Feb. 15.
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Great mountain and great town.
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Old 07-26-2021, 01:59 PM   #33
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we typically ski Steamboat. Big mountain with lots of room. mid to end of February would be ideal. Deer Valley is good because they limit the number of skiers on the mountain everyday. Only a certain number of lift tickets are sold. Good variety of runs too.
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Old 07-26-2021, 02:50 PM   #34
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Park City Utah…the week after New Years, but before Sun Dance Film Festival. Kool little town, almost guaranteed good snow base and plethora of ski-in-ski-out resorts. Most resorts have shuttle to and from airport in Salt Lake…about a 45 minute ride.

Copper Mountain is big but icey since on north face…so Ive been told by ski bums I run into at MtCB. The older ski bums hit CB up on off times. CB is a small mountain comparatively to most other resorts.

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Breck is our favorite the week before or after Prez day and during week.
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Thanks for all the info

No idea what a "ski town vibe" is

Decent skiing and lower numbers of people are more important
Red River is such a small town that it won't physically fit too many people. We went last spring break, and had it not been for democratic kung flu policies, the crowds would have been very easy to deal with. We're going back after Christmas.

Also, I had not been skiing in 20 years, and I was surprised how quickly it came back to me, and how little soreness I had. My wife and son had never been, and did ski school at my reccomendation, and it was a COMPLETE waste of time. Wasted a whole day on a slope so flat you couldn't learn anything meaningful anyway.
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We go to Red River on Martin Luther King holiday week and the mountain is not too bad on Saturday and Sunday but Monday-Thursday.. its dang near empty. We get alot of skiing in. Mountain is small enough we can let our boys go on there own and at there own pace. Me and Momma just relax unless I am hitting the greens and showing them rookie skiers was sup.
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Breck is our favorite the week before or after Prez day and during week.
Breck is amazing. Love that place. The last two times though the lift lines were insane. I'm an advanced snowboarder and Breck has some good lift served expert only terrain.

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We got to Wolf Creek every February and rarely ever stand in a line more than 8-10 people deep.
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Oh yeah. Don't call it snow skiing. It's just skiing.

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Old 07-26-2021, 05:31 PM   #42
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Ski’d Copper Mountain in mid-January. Place was nice but at -10 at night and 16 during the day - it was a struggle to stay warm
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My son ski’d Powderhorn outside of Grand Junction in January. He loved it and said it was very inexpensive. He’s a college student. 20% green and 50% blue slopes.
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Ski’d Copper Mountain in mid-January. Place was nice but at -10 at night and 16 during the day - it was a struggle to stay warm
Center Village is a nice place to stay.

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Check out Sunlight Ski Resort in Glenwood Springs. Cool lodge and seldom crowded.

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Angelfire in NM is great for beginners. The easy trail from the top to the bottom is three miles. You can ski at night, really less crowded. It’s not very crowded during the day.
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Red River has been our go to for last several years. Typically go mid January. We didn’t go last year due to Covid and New Mexico’s tight restrictions. Ended up going to Purgatory. Skiing was great and kids had a great time. Only downside is from Durango to the mountain is about a 30 min drive. Awesome thing about Red River is the ability to walk from your condo / house to main drag in town. Everything is very close. So if you have folks who’d rather shop all day while you ski, it’s good for everyone.
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Red River has been our go to for last several years. Typically go mid January. We didn’t go last year due to Covid and New Mexico’s tight restrictions. Ended up going to Purgatory. Skiing was great and kids had a great time. Only downside is from Durango to the mountain is about a 30 min drive. Awesome thing about Red River is the ability to walk from your condo / house to main drag in town. Everything is very close. So if you have folks who’d rather shop all day while you ski, it’s good for everyone.
Red River didn’t have much as far as restrictions go except for not getting to eat at the restaurants.

We are going again in January, our 3rd year.

Highly recommend Red River and not a bad drive to get there.

Snowmobiling options are available for your wife. We also do some cross country skiing in the area as well.

Go second half of January or February for best snow.
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