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Where to go for a base grind in the Front Range?

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Anyone have any recommendations? I used Foothills Ski and Bike last season and was not impressed.

post #2 of 8

Alpine Base and Edge in Boulder...

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^^^  I second that... They are good...

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I have had great results using Precision Golf and Ski located in Frisco Colo. Not that far from the front range and the #1 rated ski tune shop in Colo by the Denver Post. I have meet and liked the guys running Alpine Base and Edge but hace not tried thier tuning services.

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Thread Starter 

Thanks, I'll give Alpine Base and Edge a shot. Frisco's a bit of a hike and I'm not a racer so I don't need the ultimate base grind, just a good one ;).

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Edgeworks in Denver

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I'm mostly a DIY guy, but I'd agree Precision in Frisco does nice work.   Another Summit County option favored by many of my colleagues in the Breck Ski & Ride School is Pup's Glide Shop in Breck.

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I had a pair of skis mounted at Pup's recently. Pretty cool shop...

 

Pup's Glide Shop from Joshua Lawton on Vimeo.

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