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post #61 of 65
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I am working on a trip report, just catching up at work frown.gif

I did not see those signs when I was there, they even had the pika place open and were giving to first timers. Wrangler was a mess the 3rd day I was there ( last Saturday),
post #62 of 65

Glad to hear they didn't have those signs up when you were there.  I just imagined you showing up and seeing those.  It might not have been the best way to begin your trip!  Looking forward to the TR!

post #63 of 65
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I posted a trip report on the trip report forum.

post #64 of 65

Actually, it is much cheaper to ski in the Austrian Alps than any of the major resorts in the western U.S.  On the other hand, cost of air fare and transport cuts into those savings.  But nevertheless amazing that average lift tickets in the Alps are cheaper than those in major U.S. resorts, which are showing crazy prices!

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I posted a trip report on the trip report forum.

http://www.epicski.com/t/120555/a-basin-may-23-27-2013

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