All these places you speak of are for rich dorky fair weather snow plowers. If you want to see real skiing action, go to Cooper Spur on Mt Hood. Every Wednesday is Ladies day and tops and bras are optional. The chicks don't shave and people are screwing on chair lifts and on hoods of cars in the parking lot. Free well drinks from 10am to 4 pm served aythe tops of the lifts. this place parties like no other!!! Naked mountain women with big milky white jugs everywhere YEEHAWWW
It wasnt that long ago that Breck and Copper had similar skier visit numbers, but now, Breck and Keystone have surged ahead and Copper competes with Loveland and A-Basin.
Let me see. Copper introduced the Buddy Pass and Vail Resorts now dominates season pass sales in Colorado. Maybe Copper should be careful what they invent. Would hate to see their "inventions" cut their already weak profit margin and put them out of business. My guess is that $33 per day of skiing isnt even break even
That's pretty funny. I guess you've never visited the "best" mountain in Summit County when the Alpine lot is full, the Corn lot is full, and people are illegally parking along the roads because they just have to be at Copper.
From a terrain standpoint, Keystone and Breck are dumps in comparison to Copper.