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Colorado spring sp break ski trip

tdangio

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I assume you'd be flying to Denver. If so, avoid driving out to the ski areas on I-70 on Saturday morning unless you leave Denver by 6am. Likewise, avoid driving back towards Denver in the late afternoon on a Sunday.

I'd probably consider getting a multi-day pass that will allow you to ski Breckenridge, Keystone, A Basin, and a limited number of days at Vail or Beaver Creek. I'm not sure on lodging prices in the resort areas (e.g., Breckenridge, Keystone, etc.), but I think you'll probably have to stay a little outside to find something reasonably priced.
 

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