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just returned from catedral near bariloche, argentina

and now i'm reading the thread on carving in colorado

seems to me that any area in colorado is great to carve

at catedral, there is no carving, because they don't have

a $250,000 snowcat

for the record, i have the same passes as last year: loveland,

5 mountain, 4 days at aspen. i'd be happy at any of these

10 areas

see you on the snow

pc

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OSB, yo dude, you used to live in CO ?

I personally like the PNW and CO. PNW -- for their consistent snowfall and almost year round skiing (mt hood, of course). only drawback i dont like about the PNW, the rain-soaked powder. it sucks. i once gave it a try just to see what it felt like, at mt hood meadows. it was not fun at all. Colorado -- for their consistent grooming, as well as my huge tap-in resource with ski industry education and my ski industry networking. only thing i dont like about CO is the amount of people, espeically at breckenridge, vail, and copper. otherwise, its sweet.

anyways, back to the subject, well, not all ski resorts in Colorado can afford the snowcat groomers, however its got a nice family feel to it (like ski cooper for one). use up that pass you got. :) and see you on the mountain, hopefully (me -- id be at vail's golden peak and copper mountain).

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OSB, yo dude, you used to live in CO ?

I personally like the PNW and CO. PNW -- for their consistent snowfall and almost year round skiing (mt hood, of course). only drawback i dont like about the PNW, the rain-soaked powder. it sucks. i once gave it a try just to see what it felt like, at mt hood meadows. it was not fun at all. Colorado -- for their consistent grooming, as well as my huge tap-in resource with ski industry education and my ski industry networking. only thing i dont like about CO is the amount of people, espeically at breckenridge, vail, and copper. otherwise, its sweet.

anyways, back to the subject, well, not all ski resorts in Colorado can afford the snowcat groomers, however its got a nice family feel to it (like ski cooper for one). use up that pass you got. :) and see you on the mountain, hopefully (me -- id be at vail's golden peak and copper mountain).

No, just visit every chance I can.

I believe the comparison was between the US and areas abroad.

I too have ridden allot of great areas that are NOT known for great groomers.

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