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keystone & abasin colorado conditions

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have trip coming up end of january & wondering about snow conditions ect at keystone & abasin, boy I hope it's better than last season.
thanks bteddy

[ January 07, 2003, 09:27 PM: Message edited by: bteddy ]
post #2 of 3
It is, Bteddy! While we haven't had a LOT of snow over the past month or so, the early season snow was the best I can remember for many years. The base is still pretty good at most Colorado resorts, and there has been enough snow here and there to keep the surface more than skiable. Summit County got 2-4" last night, and the skiing is, if not fantastic, at least very good!

On the other hand, of all the Summit County resorts, Keystone has once again had the least snow, pretty consistently. They have arguably the best snow-making system, but do consider skiing Copper, Arapahoe, Breckenridge, Loveland, or even Vail-Beaver Creek if Keystone's snow doesn't improve. They're all "just up the road."

Of course, a lot could change between now and the end of the month!

Best regards,
Bob Barnes
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thanks bob I always ski the basin during the day & want to try copper, hope they get a lot of snow this month,
thanks again bteddy
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