Originally Posted by Josh Matta
I have found some really steep stuff at wolf Creek in very very short spurts,
Josh Matta thinks there are steeps at the flattest place in Colorado? Mind=blown.
Josh, I get that the whole "no technical stuff" is another one of those internet jokes where you "get us" by making statements that can only described by asinine, which you then defend even though you don't really mean it aand are joking in your own special way, but with the sole exception of A-Basin, you named the most lightweight places in Colorado.
The first thing I wonder is: With that many trips to Colorado, how did you, a skier afraid of nothing fail to make it to any of the places with real expert terrain?
The second thing I was wondering is how you could ride the Pali lift and not see technical terrain. Some of the best stuff is right under the lift. Or perhaps you just assumed that nobody skied that stuff and it wasn't actually terrain.
Silverton is legitimate, but Crested Butte wins. And Telluride is hot on its heels, followed by the Aspen areas.