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    Yeah the golf course is definitely not opening any time soon.
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    Looks like great skiing could still be had!

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    ha, yeah I was just looking at that yesterday. They're going to need some serious shovel time to have much open trail wise by memorial day.

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    I was up at A-Basin riding a foot of powder today. Not spring slush, powder at top. Keystone looked 100% ready for skis.

    Hopefully it opens in July. I'm not kidding. There is so much snow up there you have to go see it yourself, and bring a board or skis.
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    Looks promising to me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ithnu
    Hopefully it opens in July. I'm not kidding. There is so much snow up there you have to go see it yourself, and bring a board or skis.
    There goes my justification for a season pass.
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    This time of year the snow can melt fast but this weather pattern is going to have to do a 180 and the long range forecast isn't promising.

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    I guess by the time i make my last payment on my bike July 1 I hope the snow will be gone for my July 4 weekend up at WP like i do every year.

    FYI 9news just said the snow level is 8000 feet When is this crap going to end ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyd
    Yeah the golf course is definitely not opening any time soon.
    Is the course worth playing, when it is peak golf season?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitechredneck
    Is the course worth playing, when it is peak golf season?
    The few golfers I work with up there say that it's ok, but breck is better & the course in eagle is better than either of them.


    It was snowing when I left work in Breck yet again today... this crap is unreal!!!


    Breck on my way into work this morning... it was the first day of SUMMER break for my wife's students today... I thought it looked more like xmas break!

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    How about we take the "let it burn approach" with the rotting cesspool of the Denver metro?

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    This sucks. Been snowing every day since I got back from spring training. I drove an hour and a half each way to ride in the rain in Salida yesterday. Tomorrow I'm just giving up and skinning up to Lake Chutes. I know better than to be in Breck during mud season but came back early this year.
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    Wow those keystone web cams look very promising for opening soon..........only not so much.

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    It's been snowing kind hard for 12 hours+. I'm dragging the skis out.
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    They are Plowing now !!!



    Just Hope for no more snow !!!!
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    As I'm sure most have heard Keystone will not have any bike trails open this weekend. I walked some of the lower trails a few days ago and there was still at least a foot of snow on them, and we have gotten more snow since then. It is supposed to be warm through this weekend and we will check them again early week and evaluate if it is worth doing some shovel work on them.

    We will be open this weekend for tubing and a terrain park in the summit area. On Saturday and Sunday there will be live music. Saturday there will be a Strider Cup race for the kids in the base area and on Sunday there will be a BMX stunt show. For a full schedule of events: http://www.keystoneresort.com/~/medi...ctsheetv1.ashx

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    Hey keep the updates coming. I'd be stoked to ride the lower 1/3 of the mountain.
    You have just been mentally Rick Roll'd. Yup you're thinking about it right now aren't you? Don't fight it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ithnu
    I'd be stoked to ride the lower 1/3 of the mountain.
    In Breck anything in the shade, even right in town, is snow covered I'm riding my V10 around on sidewalks cuz that's all that's dry.
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    I'm planning on bringing a big group of guys up riding on June 5th. Think the trails will be ready by then?

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    The weather is looking good till then so maybe the lower ones. I wouldn't expect the upper trails to be ready till June 20 or later depending on how much they shovel. Even then they'll still be muddy. On the 5th you'll do better to go to Sol Vista.
    Keep the Country country.

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    I had a good chat with a couple Keystone bikepark guys yesterday while my little 2 year old was ripping it in the Strider Cup. They said that there is still about one foot of snow in the trees and it depends on the weather this week if they will open next weekend or not. If anything it will be mid-section down that would be open but they said its a 50/50 shot. I did get some sweet shots of their demos though. Lots of goodies left from last year and some sick new whips as well! 2010/2011 Trek Scratch, 2010/2011 Trek Sessions! Tons of Remedy's as well!
    enjoy..





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    I cannot believe that the resorts closed when there was so much snow left. I can't believe that I'm not still snowboarding now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CombatMutt View Post
    I cannot believe that the resorts closed when there was so much snow left. I can't believe that I'm not still snowboarding now!
    Most Colorado resorts are on Forrest Service land, the resorts do not make the decision when to open or close, at least that's my understanding.

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