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I created a ski pass comparison matrix for front range (Colorado) skiers :)

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Let me know if you have any suggestions:   http://www.frontrangeskireport.com

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A few things, quickly:

 

Super Pass is two words.

I would add the individual passes for ABasin, Copper, Winter Park as well. Maybe Vail etc. 

Any blackout days would be helpful.

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Let me know if you have any suggestions:   http://www.frontrangeskireport.com

 

I am not sure where you are drawing your snowfall info from- Many of your resorts list more snowfall than even the marketing figures on their website- for example, your site says 400" for Ski Cooper, but they only claim 260".

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Where did you get $3800 for the Gold Pass?

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Where did you get $3800 for the Gold Pass?

Mowing lawns?

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Mowing lawns?

 

Much better than shoveling walks.

 

It's $3200.

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Many passes offer bonus days at other mountains, which might be listed under the "mountains" with the number of days. 

 

For example @ Loveland:

 

Mountains:

Loveland

Monarch (3)

Crested Butte (3)

Purgatory (3)

Powderhorn (3)

 

 

Or @ A-Basin:

 

A-Basin

Taos (3)

Silverton Unguided (1)

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