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Me and a mate are planning on travelling over to Colorado next season (2017) to test the US powder. I've been reading up on it and it seems late Feb early March is the best time to go.
Our Epic Australia Season Pass for Perisher this year gets us access to Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone (for Colorado) and a few others in Utah, Lake Tahoe, Minnesota and Michigan.
Our plan is to just stick with the Colorado resorts as we only have a few weeks and want to spend most of them on the slopes rather than driving between states. At first we were looking at accomodation at one of the resorts but then figured we'd struggle trying to get to the other local resorts, so we thought about hiring an RV.
My question to you guys is, is an RVs the best way to go? I've driven in the states before so thats no biggy. My biggest concerns would be finding a place to stay each night between the 4 resorts. Are there RV parks close to each resort? If so is it a matter of packing up and driving to the main resort entrance each morning? Or can we set up camp for a few days and be able to walk to the main entrance or maybe a shuttle buss? If the weather is bad will that hamper our efforts to drive between each resort or even drive from the RV park to the main entrance?
You're local experience is muchly appreciated :) :)