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    so I need a new vacation destination, can you guys help me out?

    so $700 per person tickets to whister are too expensive, so it looks like I'm in the market for a new vacation destination. Any ideas? I need a place where I can do stuff with the family, yet has tons of biking opportunities for me. Pretty much I want the closest thing to whistler I can find in the states. My parents are thinking Colorado, what are the bike parks like there? other ideas?

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    utah is really nice, moab, etc.
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    I'd preffer to go to a bike park w/ lifts. I won't have a vehivle to shuttle. whats keystone like?

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    Are you driving and bringing your own bike or still doing the plane ride where rental will be necessary?...and where are you going from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lickqid
    I'd preffer to go to a bike park w/ lifts. I won't have a vehivle to shuttle. whats keystone like?

    go to Keystone.....go to Keystone....that place is real nice....spend 3 days there and maybe a day at Vail....but keystone is way better
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    Where were you flying into go get to Whistler? Flying into Vancouver is usually much more expensive than flying into Seattle and the extra 2hr drive from Seattle is no big deal. I've done it that way several times. Never ponied up for the tik straight into Vancouver.

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