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Apparently when you auto-renew your Epic Local Pass, you're really signing your life away. This piece of crap business will not let you cancel your pass for ANY reason. I can't afford my pass this year, tried to downgrade - apparently I was only able...More
Stayed in a private home on the resort and visited both villages; Beaver Creek and Vail. Beaver creek is smaller and more intimate setting. Something for everyone at both of these resort villages. BC is smaller of two, so you can see the whole village...More
These resorts are by far my favorites! Skiing / boarding for every skill level from beginner to expert. The restaurants and shopping leaves one wanting for nothing. Also, there is plenty of other activities for those that may not care to ski....dog sledding, sleigh rides...More
Machines worked for two days and created a monster half pipe out of ice and snow for the WInter Olympic Qualifications. Its a lovely place to visit summer or winter, but winter is when it's really a buzzing community.
Stayed in a private home in BC but made many trips to the Village. The atmosphere is family friendly and things are well marked except the public parking. Flowers are everywhere & are meticulously cared for. Of course, prices are high ($6.50 for a dip...More
I must say traveling with a teenager isn’t always easy! We had a two week trip and her favorite thing was The Beaver Creek Rodeo!
Family friendly event from 2 years old - 92 years old! We all laughed, cheered, smiled and clapped! There was...More
We stayed in a townhome with a private hot tub in Buckhorn up the mountain from the Ritz-Carlton in Bachelor Gulch. Breathtaking views, close to skiing in winter and great hikes in the summer, this place was the perfect spot to start every day with...More
Wait until you get to Colorado for the outer layers. You can probably buy your base layers online at better prices. If driving up from Denver, you may try the Outlets at Silverthorne (about 45 minutes from Vail on I70... More
Wait until you get to Colorado for the outer layers. You can probably buy your base layers online at better prices. If driving up from Denver, you may try the Outlets at Silverthorne (about 45 minutes from Vail on I70). They have Colombia, Under Armour and Nike outlet stores with discount prices. I've picked up some great buys on mid layers there. There is also a used ski and clothing store across the freeway between Dillon and Frisco. Generally, the closer to the lifts the higher the prices. It also depends on the time of year. There will be deals everywhere late in the season.