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Same here. Merely a matter of exactly which mountain.They dont blow a lot of snow up north. Snow predicted for sunday to wednesday though..we will see..im heading up sunday.
While Breck does have a lot of very crowded intermediate terrain, unlike Okemo, it does have some good high alpine terrain, too, which is not nearly as crowded as the intermediate trails…
Right on man!Why have "good" (I don't agree btw) high alpine, when there's A-Basin close by that has GREAT high alpine. Breck is for Okemo skiers that want to believe those are REALLY black diamond trails, and that it isn't as insipid as it seems
A-basin is a one-dimensional mountain.
The actual A-basin “regulars” don’t share your condescending view of Breck. In fact many AB pass holders also have Epic passes (now that they’re no longer getting a-basin for free) and frequently ski at Breck.
Your "suspension" is totally misplaced.I suspect that AB regulars would rather have a root canal than be caught at Breckenflat when there's so many other far superior areas in the local area.
Your "suspension" is totally misplaced.
I don't have to be an "official" of anything. I know plenty of Coloradans who have BOTH A-basin and EPIC pass!!! Many of them skied AB "regularly" when it was part of the EPIC pass. And they continued to buy EPIC pass and ski in Vail resorts. Those are the "AB regulars would rather have a root canal than be caught at Breckenflat" you suspected!
The "locals" enjoy Vail resorts as soon as the tourists leaves, outside of major holiday periods. They don't have your inflated self-important about one mountain over another.
And there're A LOT OF THEM! A whole lot more than you "suspected"!