“Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.”
Beautiful day at Key Stone Resort! Not too sketchy, not too hard… Just beautiful and leisurely.
Hope you’re enjoying your Fridays, friends! TGIF!
We had our fourth day out at Breck today – a beautiful, bluebird day with what seemed like 5 million of our closest friends…
We’ve only been out twice this season, but both times have been awesome!
Our first time out, we headed to Breckenridge to teach our friend, Jeff, how to snowboard. An avid skier, Jeff was ready to change it up. Luckily for us, he was going doing the hill by the end of the day! If you’re thinking of teaching a friend, bring ’em to Breck – their beginner’s area is top notch, easy to get to, and not super crowded.
Yesterday, we headed to Keystone, which was pretty good. Great weather, that’s for sure! Unfortunately, the snow felt pretty packed like we’re used to back in Michigan, which called for some sketchy areas. We’re excited to head back after this upcoming Tuesday when it looks like there will be more snow.
Steve hit Beaver Creek last Thursday and it was all powder with no one there. Just a reminder – try to use your Epic Pass during the week when the traffic is at a minimum both on the roads and the slopes!
Happy 2014 – 2015 Skiboard season to all of our friends, near and far. Can’t wait to see all of your shredding pictures.
Make sure to stop by the Colorado Convention Center today through Sunday to check out anything ski and snowboard: apparel, boots, bindings, poles, helmets, snowboard, skis, and so forth. Continue reading
Last weekend, we rolled up to A-Basin to skiboard (some of us ski, some of us snowboard – this magical word includes both) for the day. The first and only time Steve and I visited Colorado (October 2012), we skiboarded A-Basin; it was great to experience more than one run being open and nice, short lines. Check out the photos from last Sunday on the mountain:
Excited to get out on the mountain this upcoming Saturday – hopping in the car and heading West is such a great feeling.
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Headed out to Breckenridge, Colorado, today to have our first pow (powder) day ever. After one run, with goggles freezing and being advised to head indoors due to the initial signs of frostbite, a few of us have been hanging inside the T Bar for the remainder of the day.
Outside, the temperature is an impressive -1F with a “feel” of -25F with the wind and altitude.
Don’t get me wrong – we love shredding…but with the Epic Pass, we know there are always opportunities.
Be safe out there – don’t push it at the beginning of the season! There’s so much yet to come.
Breck knows how to show you a good time regardless of visibility…
Tis the season for gearing up and going shredding – ski and snowboard season! Hopefully, everyone has their passes ready to rock; if you’re looking to pick up some new gear and want to find some great deals (40-75% off last year’s gear), check out the BEWI Ski and Snowboard Expo coming up on Friday, November 8th, 2013, through Sunday, November 10th, 2013. Here’s the schedule:
Friday, November 8 – noon to 10pm
Saturday, November 9 – 10am to 8pm
Sunday, November 10 – 10am to 6 pm
Ticket pricing is as follows, but you can score $2 off by riding the Light Rail:
$12, Children 12 and under are FREE (cash only); with purchase of ticket, you receive a fantastic Liftopia Gift Card for $10.
Each ticket is valid for one day.
Hope to see you there!
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