The public transportation around Summit County is pretty good. I don't know if there's a free shuttle from Keystone to Copper though. But there are free shuttles between Keystone, a-basin and breck. As for the lift tickets it's like this, a keystone or breck ticket is good at either resort or A-Basin. A Vail or Beaver creek lift ticket is good at all five resorts. Copper is owned by Intrawest so it's not exchangable. If you are coming through Denver definitely stop at a colorado ski and golf or Kings Soopers they sell lift tickets to all these areas a significant discounts, I think it's like 35 for Brecks, where you'll pay like 60 at the ticket window. Hope this helps and please pray for snow!!!!!
Driving times in good weather are approximately:
Keystone-Copper - 25 min.
A-Basin-Keystone - 10 min.
Breck-Keystone - 20 min
Keystone-Vail - 50 min.
Also, the second week in March, or just March in general, traditionally is the best month to ski in Colorado.
Well I wonder where that skier's bound. Is there some run, somewhere, someway out there that I've not found?
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