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Best summit county mountains for intermediate skiiers

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Making a ski trip out to summit county is SB and was wanting some opinions on which mountains to ski. First some details we're staying for 3 days (3/17-320) in keystone and have free lift tickets for the vail resorts(minus abasin) I'm looking for wide and long intermediate runs nothing to steep /or rocking.

Thanks for the input!
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I don't think you can go wrong with any Vail resort given your description there. Enjoy!

post #3 of 5

Can't beat Keystone for long wide intermediate groomers.  For a different experience, try Breck for a day and take the new Peak 6 chair into the bowl. 

post #4 of 5

If you have time, check out Loveland.  Something like 40% of the mountain are blue cruisers.  Vail would be a good choice, as well as Beaver Creek, but that would be more of a drive.

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I like Keystone.  The crowds at the base of Breck can be a little overwhelming at first, but the skiing is fine.  Loveland is much more low key than even A-basin (which is not really the best place for groomers).  Vail is too far for me to drive and too spendy, and doesn't have anything you can't find in Summit County. 

Go where the best snow is.

 

BK

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