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    the Wizard of Oz 26667's Avatar
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    Jul 2006
    NW suburban chgo

    Question colo ski info???

    Flatlanders, both, but you might call my wife an advanced intermediate, and I a sort of low intermediate, or advanced beginner.

    We're planning a colorado ski trip in early Feb and thought we'd go to Breckenridge. Someone at the local ski shop suggested Keystone instead. BC the blues at Brek' lean definitely toward advanced intermediate, and that the greens at Keystone are long and fun for all. We know the town in Brek is "fun" and all that. It seems at a glance that the condos in keystone are a tad less $$.
    Opinions pls.

    We might as well walk. ~ Adam Guettel The Light In The Piazza
    used to own: 1982 R100T, 1984 R65, 1986K75C, 1997 R1100RT, R850R, K75S, 1978 R100RS... what was I thinking?

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    Registered User powwow's Avatar
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    Aug 2015
    Bend, OR
    Both areas have plenty of beginner and intermediate terrain to keep you happy, with Keystone regarded as possibly a bit more family oriented. My both! You can stay at Keystone if you find it a bit more affordable, but make an easy drive to Breckinridge for one of your ski days. I've skied the Summit County resorts many times and we typically stay in Frisco, with access to all of the areas.

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