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Re: Snowmas vs. Aspen and Aspen Highlands
I love Snowmass. The biggest problem I have with it is that there is very
little terrain for when you hit the point of being bored with the
intermediate runs (of which there are many, many great ones and boredom
doesn't come that quickly) and not comfortable doing any of the double
diamonds runs. This is particularly true if you like steeper terrain that
is groomed every once in a while (helpful for those of us with knee and back
problems). The second problem Snowmass is there is no real town there. The
Snowmass Mall just doesn't cut it. The expansion plans may alleviate this

<[email protected]> wrote in message
news:2656c9a1-5858[email protected][color=blue]
>I have been all around Colorado. Steamboat, Snowmass, Aspen, Asben
> Highlands, Vail, Keystone etc. I would for sure choose Snowmass as my
> favorite mountain. I love everything about it including everything off
> the ski hill. Now I'm only in my teenage years but I have been skiing
> since I was 3 years old. So that is more then 10 years and my family
> and me go skiing in Colorado every year. AND I absolutly love
> Snowmass. The wood-skiing is awsome and a challenge and it has a great
> variety of beg. inter. and advanced runs. Also the food is great for
> lunch.
> At Aspen/Highlands, they were both great mountains, but kind of
> boring. I had one day at Aspen Highlands and it was the worst of my
> whole trip. The runs I managed to hit were straight and boring. Aspen
> was ok but the snow sucked so I'm not going to judge it.[/color]


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