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LGC IV locals? Where do you have a pass?

post #1 of 20
Thread Starter 
For all of you local CO Bears and others that will have a season pass in CO and are likely to attend any portion of LGC IV please PM me with what area(s) you will have a pass to as well as any areas in the Summit County vicinity you may have a preference for.

I'm trying to come up with a schedule and this info will help.

Please don't post area preferences in this thread as I don't want to have any arguments breaking out. Not that that would ever happen on this board:
post #2 of 20
Something else to take into consideration.......


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post #3 of 20
SugarCube and I have Colorado Passes.
post #4 of 20
Have Colorado Pass, so A-Basin, Keystone, Breck, Vail, and BC are all options. Will do Loveland -- hopefully it's on the schedule (it's always such a fun place for LGC).
post #5 of 20
I am not Colorado local yet, but will be spending a lot of time there this coming winter. Me and my family will be there second part of December 2007 till New Year and all 3 of us (me, my husband and older daughter) would like to participate in in LGC. Next time we will come before Aspen Epic Academy.

We are planning on buying Colorado Pass. Is there any way to buy it without coming to Colorado before December? Can I pay for it, send pictures over email or mail and pick up in December?
post #6 of 20
i am waffling on getting some kind of Colo pass.

the heavenly pass i've been getting is $329/349 and includes 4 $40 heavenly guest passes and 3 free days at the Vail resorts.

i noticed that a Colo Pass is like $525ish and includes all the resorts plus A-Basin and then 10 discount days at Heavenly (I really don't ski heavenly that much as i'm more of a north Lake Tahoe skier, so not having a Heavenly Pass ain't gonna crouch my style much).

still waffling, though.

if anybody has any suggestions, please toss 'em out!

and i am tentatively planning to represent way more than 3 days this season at LGCIV...
post #7 of 20
Thread Starter 
Will be good to have you along Stroller and family.

Faisal we will be at Loveland for sure!

Dookey your Colorado pass idea is a good one and it will be great to see you and hopefully ski with you this time.

Jim
post #8 of 20
I have a CO pass and am looking forward to the event.
post #9 of 20
CO pass. Dookey- the pass is about $100 less than you think. I am pretty sure that I paid $429.
post #10 of 20
I JUST renewed my Colorado Pass ... the heat made me do it. I also have a Copper Pass. (I don't have much of a ski quiver, but I'm starting a decent PASS quiver ... )
post #11 of 20
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We are planning on buying Colorado Pass. Is there any way to buy it without coming to Colorado before December? Can I pay for it, send pictures over email or mail and pick up in December?
The first time has to be in person so they can take the pic and put in into their computer. After that, you can renew on-line.
post #12 of 20
CO Pass for Tiff and I. I'm sure I'll have the Loveland pass especially if they give that wonderful military rate again this year.
post #13 of 20
I've renewed my Colorado pass and am looking forward to next spring with all the bears.
post #14 of 20
Betsy and I have the Colorado Pass and will be working on Loveland and Copper Mtn pass options shortly. By the way, we are now destitute but blissful in thought of skiing with you all [anywhere] again
post #15 of 20
Been thinking of skiing since the spring and resisting posting cause it would get even stronger.

I am proabably gonna pick up the Colorado Pass this year, but will be able to ski any other venue.

Loveland, Copper & Winterpark should be high on the list too.

Jim
post #16 of 20

Colorado Pass for us

We've renewed our passes for this coming season
post #17 of 20
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We've renewed our passes for this coming season
Glad you didn't wait.

I'm looking forward to the dates so that maybe I can get out for more of them this year. I spoke with the master this week, and Uncle Louie is killing himself this summer hammer in hand just so he can tag along come LGC IV!
post #18 of 20
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Glad you didn't wait.

I spoke with the master this week, and Uncle Louie is killing himself this summer hammer in hand
I get a small break this weekend. Cube gets to paint the new fence posts and rails and I get to plant grass. I hope the 6 new bags covers it (that's 300 lbs.) I'm trying to get ready to bump the "what does your back yard look like" thead next year.
post #19 of 20
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Cube gets to paint the new fence posts and rails and I get to plant grass. I hope the 6 new bags covers it (that's 300 lbs.)
Ah, you romantic fool! Will this madcap honeymoon ever end?! (just had to try one of those swanky new emoticons!)
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Oh my God, somebody else suffering with painting fences. I put up a 700 ft. cedar picket fence around my back yard for our first dog, who decided he really rather be inside with us than out in his yard. The problem I discovered with a fence is it has two sides! I think its about 20 hours to stain one side. I alternate sides every. This year I've been scraping and painting the railing around the deck. That's getting ugly too with the time being spent. Two reasons I dread spring, skiing is over and its time to start the house maintenance marathon up again. The problem with a house and a lawn is everytime you go outside you can spot something that needs done that will consume a Sat. or Sunday afternoon.
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