I've used the search feature, but not quite finding the answers I'm looking for. We are planning a vacation with our kids in their 20's for late February for a week. We would like to avoid renting a car and don't want to change accomodations. The object of the vacation is to RELAX. Restaurants and night life not important. If there is one bar in town they'll be fine.
Why Utah? - none of us have ever been there, easy to get to from our location on the east coast, no long transfer time to resort, guaranteed snow. Tahoe was also a consideration for the same reason (just not sure about guaranteed snow). But both Tahoe and Utah seem to have soooo many options, I'm getting overwhelmed with the choices.
Skiing ability - Our last vacation was at Telluride. Husband expert, me easy blues (but I love the challenge), the "adult children" are essentially beginners who will be taking lessons here this winter, but will still need more lessons when getting to whereever it is we are going.
Accomodations - would like VERY easy access to lifts/trails. I find a mixed group on vacation finds harmony when access and accomodations are easy for each of us to come and go as we please when we please. Now that the children are grown, gone are the days of family vacations when everything must be done as a group.
Any possible means of saving cash without sacrificing harmony a plus. Your thoughts?
Edited by Bayla - 8/21/10 at 6:27pm