Also I posted this in the resorts thread too but I wasn't sure which was better so if I need to delete this, I will, and I'm sorry!
So browsing around it sounds like the most affordable spot to try near Denver is going to be the copper mountain area?
I can't afford to fly into anywhere but Denver. So..
I'm looking at a flight that will give me two full free days to ski, Monday feb 9, and Tuesday feb 10.
I don't want to rent a car (again money), so it looks like the best pick is to use Colorado mountain express. (?)
I have absolutely no idea where to stay since most places I've been looking into have all these references to geographic locations that I'm obviously not familiar with, and while I want it to be as cheap as possible, I do realize that not having a car will limit my flexibility there. I will need a place for three nights starting Sunday, feb 8.
Secondly I'm seeing there's an option for beginner adult group lessons all day that can include the lift ticket and ski rental for $209, which I don't really know if that's a good deal. Again, since I have no experience I figured maybe the convenience of getting all 3 might be worth it? I feel like lessons are definitely required my first day, but will I need them on day two also? I'm leaning towards it also because I don't want to be too lonely either ha!
I obviously feel like I could ask a hundred more questions but I actually want someone to respond to this so I'll try not to be too annoying at first. Haha any thoughts to this so far? Am I completely hopeless? Oh and I'm planning to finalize the trip details this week since feb is fast approaching!
Also thanks in advance to anyone reading this far 😁
Never seen more than 3 inches of snow