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Adult Race/Beer Leagues in Colorado?

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My daughter recently moved to Lakewood/Denver and would like to get back into some sort of racing next season. I'm not sure she has the time or $$$ to join up with the Rocky Mountain Masters-at least not yet.Anyone know of any adult race/beer league type programs at some of the closer mountains to Denver? Obviously, there's NASTAR, but a step above that would be good. Thanks for any information, and I'll pass it along to her.

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Hi John V. Your daughter might enjoy checking out the Buisness League Racing at Beaver Creek(Monday Mornings) Keystone(Wednesday Nights) and Copper Mountain(Thursday Mornings). Each are very reasonable priced($10-$15 Dollars each race). Also offer Race Courses that are much more challanging then any standard Nastar Race. A great friendly group of Racers attend each of these. Lots of fun at the Apres Ski Post Race Parties complete with Videos of the days Racing. Each can be found on the Resorts Web Sites. Come by and enjoy Racing, James.

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Try Eldora Mtn. I raced in the night league while at CU Law years ago. It was a fun league, though I primarily hung with the my "team" which was comprised of classmates and former college ski teammates that had moved to Boulder. The mountain is probably the closest to Denver of all of the local ski areas.

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Thanks guys! I'll pass these along to her. I did some checking on my own-boy, you guys have LOTS of  quality training opportunites. We have limited GS training available and almost no slalom training. I'd love to see Bristol expand their adult race training......

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