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As are Deer Valley & Sun Valley passes compared to their competition. You can buy an Epic pass & ski Park City for less than 1/2 the price of a Deer Valley pass & they're located right next to eachother.I haven't, but not those aren't competing Northeast resorts, so I don't consider it the same thing. By the measure of New England resorts, Stowe's season pass rates are sky high.
Places like Stowe, Deer Valley and Sun Valley don't care about skiers who ski on the cheap.
In fact, those places are happy that this buying segment doesn't ski at their resorts. They are deliberately pricing their product to attract high end spenders and discourage brown baggers at the same time.
Cortina is a fun place to stay.Although expensive the town is has a great nightlife and potential to connect to hundreds of lifts through the Dolimiti Superski.Have been to Cortina but not for skiing.Its close to Venice if you want to mae an inteerstng combo trip.
Tickets booked. Venice was too expensive so I'm flying to Milan. Airfare $660, midsize rental car $440 for 10 days including the CDW. My wife is demanding a day in Venice en route which I'll allow. I am stoked.
Where in the Dolomites should we stay? A few days in Cortina to be sure.
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Yep- the ski dreams are starting up for me too. Reminds me that I'd like to master lucid dreaming. How awesome would that be....