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Snow Skiing Questions

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Is Deer Valley a good ski resort?

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I am going to Deer Valley in Park City, Utah this mid-winter break and i just wanted to know whether or not it is really worth my time or if i should be excited for it. Because i am a person who loves to ski, but only if the ski place i'm going to is actually good. Nonetheless, I want to know. Thanks!

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I'll put it to you this way, its not the most technical or challenging mountain there is, but it is fun. There are a lot of long, sloping trails and some fun tree runs. You won't find any 15 foot cornices to drop, but the scenery is beautiful, and the different lodges are amazing. Not to mention it has the BEST food you will get at any ski resort anywhere in the U.S.

What ski resort to stay at in Utah?

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I was looking to live in Utah for the year and work. ( Mostly play though, boarding/skiing, climbing, hiking) I am from Ohio. Just curious where people think they would most likely stay between snowbird and deer valley.

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Snowbird and Deer Valley have limited accommodation actually in the resort, particularly if you are looking at staying for a year. Deer Valley in particular is quite pricey and Snowbird aint cheap. Park City is a bigger town close to Deer Valley (and a few other resorts). Salt Lake City is a proper big city with proper city facilities including year long rentals and is about 30 minutes drive from Snowbird (depending where in town you live, and subject to Little Cottonwood Canyon not being closed for avalanche control). I would think about those two options.

Do avalanches happen often in Par City/Deer Valley/The Canyons?????

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I was wondering if avalanches happen often in these places, I have never been skiing before and am going this winter !!!

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The resorts that you are talking about have a very low chance of avalanches. The Park City resorts are not as steep as others and also the resorts themselves are very well taken care of in terms of avalanches. All bets are off when you go out of bounds. The resorts try to maintain out of bounds areas when there is a high avalanche danger but they can't guarantee that there will not be.

Deer Valley or Mont-Tremblant for skiing?

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Next winter me and my family really want to go skiing in a really nice ski resort. So we looked up places in Canada and North America, and decided on two places: Deer Valley (Utah) and Mont-Tremblant(Quebec). We cannot choose though and we like both places equally. One thing that I do like about Deer Valley is that there are no snowboarders. I also want to do very more diffcult slopes and get good ski lessons. Oh and by the way we did go to Blue Mountain in Canada a year ago. I ski hard and easy blues.

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Both are really good places to ski. If you want a challenge, I'd go for Utah since the mountains are bigger and there is more powder since you're in the Rockies. I'd definitely pick Utah for harder slopes. Mont Tremblant is pretty good, and has big hills which are challenging but out west is always better. Plus, if there are less snowboarders at Deer Valley, go for it! You will have a great time!

is it mandatory to ski while working as a ski lift operator at deer valley ski resort in Utah?

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I was not financially able to bring my skis for the job moving here cause my, just wondering if you need to even ski and if its mandatory before I go out and buy a new pair.

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I think at Deer Valley the liftees are not allowed to ski during breaks. They take to and from work via snow mobile. One of the down falls of working at DV. Also on your days off you may not be able to go free skiing, as they limit the number of staff free-skiing on any given day.

How much do Ski Instructors at Deer Valley Ski Resort Make?

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What about tips?

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Im not sure how much there actually pay checks are for, but they make out very well on tips. Especially if they take the kids for a couple hours or the day, We're talking into the $100++ range.

Late Season Skiing for Beginners in USA/Canada?

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What are the likely snow conditions during the first week of April at Smugglers Notch, Vermont? We are first time skiers with two young children and we are looking for a family friendly ski resort in North America at the beginning of April. Are there any other suggestions?

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Deer Valley is a great place learn how to ski--- our oldest took her first runs there when she was 4--- or to gain confidence on well-groomed slopes and trails. There is none of the intimidating, larger than life terrain that I find so appealing at Park City or Snowbird, but which intimidates my wife and kids. The only thing you show off at Deer Valley is your outfit. http://www.familytravelforum.com/articles/p/47/article/11066

Ski resorts for beginners?

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What are some US ski resorts great for beginners? I'm open to going anywhere in the country but would like to keep within a relatively close distance to an airport (within an hour at the most).

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I'd say Salt Lake City, Utah. 14 resorts within an hour of the airport. Deer Valley resort in Park City, UT has the best groomed runs (excellent for beginners). Voted #1 3-years in a row by Ski Magazine.

Best Ski Resorts in North America ?

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I've visited Park City, Deer Valley, Beaver Creek, Vail, Whistler/BlackComb. But I've never skied in the East Coast like Vermont or Quebec What are the best ski resorts in N.America ? Not you putting into consideration the mountain but the resort and the town itself and how much there is to do.

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Banff AB. 4 ski resorts within 1/2 hr of the townsite, plus heli and cat skiing. Diverse night life, everything from fake Irish pubs to haute cuisine at the Fairmont. And on the days when you'd rather not ski, hot springs, museums, the Banff Arts Centre. If you come in the late spring, you can ski in the morning and golf in the afternoon.

What is your favorite ski resort you've ever been to?

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Well, In Park City, Utah (right outside Salt Lake City) There is an amazing resort called Deer Valley. It has premier slopes, about 4 mountains and TONS of slopes for all levels, green through double black, and the food is GREAT. and it's just a reallly pretty resort, all the lodges are gorgeous, and it looks like a premier resort, too. So it makes you feel really rich lol even though it costs not that much different from other skii restorts. It's excellent! I definatly reccomend it.

Skiing - Where is the best place to stay at Park City?

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Which mountain has the best skiing? Which area is the best to stay? Any hotel recommendations? Thanks.

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I would say for skiing... Deer Valley hands down. I worked as a concierge at Trails End Lodge, it is a resort on Deer Valley and it is WAY nice. Expensive though... Also, If you don't like snowboarders Deer Valley is this place to go because snowboarders are forbidden! ;) Check out Trails End, if it is in your price range, I would say stay there for sure. All of the rooms have their own personal hot tub! WOOT WOOT!!

Colleges Near Ski Resorts?

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What are some colleges in the US that are close to some ski resorts. i live one ast coast, so try to find me some on the east too. thanks.

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Dude. University of Utah. A skier's heaven. 45 miles from Snowbasin. 58 miles from Powder Mountain. 23 miles from The Canyons. 26 miles from Park City. 23 miles from Solitude. 21 miles from Snowbird. 31 miles from Deer Valley. 25 miles from Brighton. 23 MILES FROM ALTA BABY!!! Apply there. You won't regret it. Well...unless you hit a tree. But I have faith in you. Good luck, skier.

Spring Break Ski Resorts?

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I am trying to plan to go snowboarding during spring break of this year, 2010. Every time I've been snowboarding, it's been at Maggie Valley, NC (not very good at all) and Big Bear, CA (the best I've been to, obviously. Being that I am from Atlanta, I'm not a very experienced boarder, so I've been looking for resorts with a variety of skill level runs. I really don't mind flying, but if it is a day drive or less from atlanta, that would be a great money saver. If anybody knows of a great, inexpensive ski resort that runs during spring break and is open to most all skill levels (beginner +), please answer. Thanks so much!

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I don't know of any within a day's drive of Atlanta, but I can tell you about quite a few that you can fly to that have big Spring Break specials. First would be to fly to Reno, NV. From there, you can get to a ton of resorts within an hour of driving: Heavenly, Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows, Sierra at Tahoe, Kirkwood, etc. Heavenly especially hosts a lot of college kids over the Spring Break week and has a lot of deals. The south end of Lake Tahoe (where Heavenly is located) has a number of casinos, hotels, and nightlife to keep you busy after the slopes close for the day. The second would be to fly to Denver, CO. From there you can get to Winter Park,Vail, Steamboat Springs, Breckenridge, etc., with 2 to 4 hours of driving. Its been a few years since I was there, but I seem to remember Breck getting pretty packed during Spring Break. Its got a fun little town right there, so you'll have plenty to do off the slopes. The last one I can think of is to fly to Salt Lake City, UT. You've got Snowbird and Alta about 30 mins away, and Park City and Deer Valley within a few hours. Snowbird & Alta are terrific mountains, but you'll need a car to get into town. Park City and Deer Valley are right next door to each other, and their both smack in the middle of town (Park City). Its got plenty of bars, shops, restuarants, and all that other good stuff. Bottom line, you can't go wrong with any of those three places. I'd shop around for the best deal and go there.

Looking for a great US ski resort with a big public cozy fireplace lodge.?

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Best US ski resort with a warm romantic public fireplace meeting area where after a long day of skiing you can sip on spiked hot coco with your love one and friends where you all can stay one place...drink, ski and be merry! But most of all being able to enjoy the grand fireplace ambiance. We are not the best skiers but enjoy it and also snowmobiling. But the cozy ambiance need to be top notch. Very nice place you have suggested...Would you know when the best time to go is?

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Hi there, Luckily for you, I think it's pretty likely that you'll probably find a fireplace in most ski resorts around the country; they certainly seem to be a staple of the apres-ski scene, in both lodges and hotels! That said, here are a few off-the-beaten-path ideas for you: Sunday River, Maine: Overlooking Sunday River, the Phoenix House and Well is a top-notch dining establishment that has won accolades from Wine Spectator magazine -- in a twist on the traditional indoor fireplace, it has a 15-foot-high OUTDOOR fireplace instead! Lake Tahoe, California: In North Lake Tahoe, the PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn has a cozy fireplace and a good selection of wine for warming you up! And it's a little different from your regular fireplace scene, but North Star resort has enormous outdoor fire pits around its ice skating rink -- you can even roast marshmallows over them. Sugarbush, Vermont: Sugar Lodge at Sugarbush has a great fireplace for gathering around in its great room. Killington, Vermont The base lodge at Pico Mountain has a real old-fashioned feel, with a real wood fireplace. Sun Valley, Idaho: A quick call to the Sun Valley resort information line confirmed that the Inn at Sun Valley has a communal fireplace for gathering around in its lobby. And if you want to take the party back to your hotel room, these are some upscale lodging choices with fireplaces you and a group of friends could certainly gather around: Aspen, Colorado: Snowmass Village was voted the number one ski area for terrain and conditions by Conde Nast Traveler -- each one-, two-, or three-bed room includes a separate living area with a mammoth rock fireplace. Deer Valley, Utah: The Stein Erikson Lodge boasts more than 145 fireplaces (can't go wrong there!) Whistler, Canada (not strictly U.S., I know, but wasn't quite sure of your criteria; it's still in NORTH America!): At the Four Seasons hotel, ski instructors hold fireside chats with complimentary hot beverages. Lake Tahoe, California: The Fireside Suites at The Resort at Squaw Creek could be a great place for an apres-ski gathering with friends. Or you could even rent your own lodge! Wintergreen, West Virginia: Horseshoe Mountain Lodge, deep in the Blue Ridge Mountains, sleeps 10 and boasts a large fireplace for gathering in the great room. Cozy or what?! Hope this helps a little -- best of luck on your search for finding something! As I mentioned, most ski resorts do have a fireplace somewhere; it couldn't hurt to pick a region and narrow it down to a few resorts, then call them to find out in depth about the fireside scene! --Holly

In Aerial skiing, what is the hardest trick that someone has done on snow?

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Also, who was the athlete that did the jump?

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Jeret "Speedy" Peterson - He successfully landed the hurricane (five twists, three flips- the highest scoring jump on the world cup) Jan 11TH, Park City Utah at the Deer Valley Resort. Look for it either on NBC video clips or YOU TUBE. NBC was the one that boadcasted this event, because I watched it.

What is the best ski town for a ski bum?

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Nothing like aspen or anything like that cuz I ain't that rich..

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Park City Utah. Affordable to live, lots of part time jobs available and three great resorts to work at, Park City Mountain Resort, Deer Valley and Canyons.

What is the best ski resort in Utah?

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For expert terrain and steeps, powder etc - definitely Snowbird, & Alta. If you want family type services, good beginner and intermediate terrain, with some steep and tree skiing - go for Park City Mountain Resort. Deer Valley is OK if you want great dining and skiers only (no snowboarding allowed there). The Canyons is OK but can get a bit confusing finding your way around. All are within 40mins to 1 hours of Salt Lake International Airport, and there is really good transportation between the airport and any accommodation near where you want to stay. Have fun.

What is the best ski resort near park city?

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I am a pretty advanced skier, but not expert. I enjoy black runs and harder blues. What is the best ski resort for me near park city (including sundance)

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The other poster is wrong, Alta and Snowbird are about an hour from Park City in Cottonwood canyon, just outside of Salt lake city and they are true skiers mountains, lots of blacks and very few groomed runs. If you love really nicely groomed blues, then go to Deer Valley, that place is a amazing, beautiful resort inside and out. Other choices in Park city are of course, Park City Resort itself and The Canyons. I personally, would avoid the Canyons, not a fan and I think they suck. Was there two years ago. The setup is bizarre, lots of short, slow and old lifts with shorter runs.

similar ski resorts to park city?

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preferably in canada, but not whistler

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In Canada but not Whistler?............wellllllll..........OK. Lake Louise is probably the answer. It's an enormous resort with a vast array of of terrain. Any level of skier can find joy here. There is a huge amount of smooth groomed terrain that is on average, slightly more challenging than PC. There is also a fair bit more of challenging expert terrain than at PC as well. Lodging at the Chateau Lake Louise is something that you'll tell you're grand kids about. As aside bennie, the scenery around Banff/Lake Louise is possibly equal to any in the world (and I mean like the WHOLE...DANG...WORLD) You did ask about Canada so that's what I answered but in the lower 48.....Deer Valley, Beaver Creek are also good. Honestly though, they do not compare to Lake Louise. http://www.sierraskis.com/

what is the cheapest ski resort in utah?

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i live in colorado and am going out skiing in utah and would like to know some names of resorts with cheap tickets, and prices if you know them, thanks!

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Wolf Creek is cheap, but it's for beginners only and generally sucks. Powder Mountain is less expensive and good skiing. Other than that there are some that are quite expensive (Park City, Deer Valley) and the rest are priced about the same. I usually ski at Brighton, Alta (no snowboarding), or Snowbird. Alta is probably my favorite. Here's a list of lift ticket prices with some discounts: http://www.saltlakecityutah.org/skiutahlifttickets.htm $60 per day is a fair average of what you'll pay give or take $10.

I am looking for Ski Resort options for me and my family...?

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My wife and 6 year old daughter have never seen the snow. I would like to take them to a ski resort that would offer a fun day of skiing but more than anything, a place that's not freezing cold. I know it will be cold but some places are colder than others. We were thinking Park City Utah? Maybe some place just outside of denver? Or is California or Tahoe warmer?

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Park City is a great location and what is fun about that part of Utah is that you've got a couple resort options within a small travel radius. I personally find the Canyons to be the most family friendly location and has a lot of great learn-to-ski programs and also you have Deer Valley right near by which is a skiers only resort that caters to all skier abilities. One thing that I will say from experience is that if you want it to be a fun day of skiing definitely invest in a ski lesson. You can take a private lesson as a family or have your daughter go to kids ski school (always fun for the tikes) in the morning and join you and your wife in the afternoon. Its the best way to go because the success rate is so much higher when working with a certified instructor and if its a frustrating learning experience (which the first day can sometimes be) then you can hate the ski instructor for making your legs burn instead of hating each other for the entire vacation. Most ski schools give deals on packages too so you can take a couple of learn-to-ski days and really work on technique in the morning and then take the afternoons off to ski as a family. I know you really want to know what location is going to be warmest, but it totally depends on what week you go and the current weather. You're in the right place looking at western resorts, and that is really the best that you can do. Just get everybody outfitted correctly before you go and make sure everybody layers! And definitely NO cotton near the skin it will get wet and stay wet from perspiration or snow and make you miserable. Mittens are warmer than gloves. Thick wool microfiber socks are the best for the feet and you can buy daily foot warmers in almost any ski shop while you're there to keep your toes even more toasty. Keep your head/ears covered and a face mask especially for your 6 year old is a good precaution. Good Luck

How hard is it to get a job at a ski resort?

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i'm thinking about gap yearing at a ski resort... but i dont want to deffer my college and then find out i didnt even get a job... is it extremely competitive for ski resort jobs? i'm hoping for a job in alta snowbird or deer valley..

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Nope. It's not hard at all. The only jobs that require some experience are snowgrooming and ski patrol. Most people who run the groomers get trained after they have done some other operations job like snowmaking. Ski Patrollers can be hired with no previous experience if the applicant has medical training equivalent to an EMT-B or has an Outdoor Emergency Care certification. However a lot of Patrollers are volunteers. Instructors, Snowmakers, Lift Attendants, Rental Shop employees, Food Service workers, etc. etc. are all jobs that a new employee can be trained to do. Contact the Human Resources departments at the places you are most interested in working at. Most places have hired non-US citizens before and can tell you what paperwork you need.

I'm going skiing in Utah next weekend.. What are the best resorts near SLC?

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the best resorts in Utah are all based on opinion. if you are more about night life then anything then you will wanna go to park city or deer valley or the canyons because of main street. there is an infinite amount of stuff to do on main street. on the skiing side of things, if you are a park junkie then you're gonna wanna go to park city. they have the best park where tanner hall rides, and they are about 45 minutes east of salt lake city. the mountain adjacent to park city is deer valley. deer valley is all skiers, but still has some gnarly terrain, and can give you the terrain you want no matter what level skier you are. on the other side of park city is the canyons. the canyons are an okay resort but they don't seem to get the best snow. Alta and Snowbird are right by each other, and they are about 45 minutes from SLC as well. They have some awesome terrain. Alta is mostly backcountry, and snowbird is very steep, and has some great pow. Not the best park places to go to though. I have a season pass to snowbird and I love it. There will be zero night life at snowbird and Alta which are basically just ski resorts, and have nothing around them but hotels. Some big local spots are in Northern Utah, such as powder mountain and Snowbasin. Those are insane spots to ski and you can find great stuff, but again no night life, although that doesnt matter if you are just there for the skiing. Brighton is a big park place, and if you are a park rat then you will love it, but it does not have great backcountry at all like snowbird and alta. I know that snowbird got 24 inches of snow in the past 24 hours. those are probably your best bets. Alta and Deer Valley are skiers only

Questions from Other Categories

The following questions were posted in various Yahoo's categories other than 'Snow Skiing' - hopefully they are relevant:

has anyone ever mountain biked at park city or deer valley resorts in utah? if so, any thoughts?

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which is better? any trail suggestions?

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For a less tiring but still adventurous ride, take the ski lift up with your bike and bike down the mountain. Both resorts offer this as a one time or unlimited pass. Check the websites for cost. Both resorts are great.

Which ski resort should I pick? Deer Valley, Vail or Beaver Creek.?

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I will be with my wife (both 27 years old). We are trying to decide between the three and where to stay. I would like to be as close to the slopes as possible and have a budget of $275 a night. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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My take on the three - Beaver Creek positives quaint small compact pedestrianized ski village, negatives quiet nightlife Deer Valley, positives immaculately kept, short queues, Silver Lake is a real ski-in ski-out location, negatives expensive and dull at night Vail, positives big ski area (at least twice the size of the other two), lots of trail choice, Vail Village itself is a great place to stay, lively at night, negatives, can get crowded All 3 have good ski records, so wherever you go there should be lots of snow. My personal choice? Vail, because I hate early nights!

Salt Lake City ski resorts?

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I'm an intermediate snowboarder and going to SLC, Utah tomorrow to snowboard for the first time, there are so many resorts there. Which one should I go for and which should I stay away from?... any advice is appreciated.

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Alta and Deer Valley. They do not allow snowboarders. The rest are pretty good.

What are the two ski resorts on federal land that do not allow snowboarding?

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Burton's poaching program states that two of the resorts are on federal forest land. Which ones are these? Please give me a source.

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Well, the three left are: Alta, UT; Deer Valley, Utah; and Mad River Glen, VT. Taos recently opened, so I'm not sure if they sit on public land, and it really doesn't matter anymore since they decided to open to snowboarders. Alta is the only one I know of that sits on public lands. They get a permit from the Forest Service who gets money from Congress, who gets the money from our tax dollars. So in essence, we're paying for it. Deer Valley is on private land, and MRG is owned by a cooperative. What that is exactly, I'm not sure. It could mean public lands, but I'm not sure. "A cooperative owns Mad River Glen-the business and the land it operates on. The Mad River Glen Cooperative is associated with Vermont Cooperative, which describes the values of a cooperative this way: Cooperatives are based on the values of self-help, self-responsibility, democracy, equality, equity and solidarity. In the tradition of their founders, cooperative members believe in the ethical values of honesty, openness, social responsibility and caring for others." (Transworld Snowboarding, March 08 issue, Pg 28.) There, I typed the part about cooperatives all out for you. You're welcome.

what ski resorts today still dont allow snowboarding?

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Wrong it was Taos that recently opened it's door to snowboarders not Deer Valley; so the 3 resorts are Deer Valley, Alta and Mad River Glen. The reasoning behind the ban at Mad River Glen is easier to understand than the reasons Alta and Deer Valley continue to prohibit snowboarding. Mad River Glen is a quirky, throwback style resort in the heart of the Green Mountains in Vermont. Access to the summit, even today, is only provided via a single-chair, which the resort claims snowboarders could not exit from without causing problems for the chair (until being replaced by a new single chair in 2007, the chair was originally running unchanged since the 1940's). At one time, snowboarders were allowed use of the other lifts at the resort, but this policy caused friction between riders and management. Following a series of legendary confrontations between snowboarders and owner Betsy Pratt, snowboarding was banned outright. The reasons behind the bans at Alta and Deer Valley are more suspect. Deer Valley is known as the swankiest, most luxurious public resort in the U.S., serving a clientele that demands the absolute best experience possible. Management claims that its guests simply don't want to share the slopes with snowboarders, who they view as unsophisticated, dangerous and disrespectful. Alta, on the other hand, is known as a hardcore skiers mountain, and they market themselves as the toughest skiers-only mountain in the west. For both Alta and Deer Valley, the snowboarding ban is based more on marketing than anything else. So you know what I say FUCKEM!!! 65% of riders 22 and under snowboard so hopefully one day they'll go out of business and everyone will get to enjoy the slopes, Ass clowns. PS. Granite Peak in WISCONSIN (how they have "peaks" i don't know) has 3 skiing only runs so they can go to hell to.

mountain resort?

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Have you ever been to a mountain hotel, resort, cottage or any lodging place in the mountains? say where, say what you loved the most and if possible send me links please.

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I stayed in Campos do Jordao in Brazil. The city's economy is based mainly in tourism; due to its location at high elevation (on the Mantiqueira mountains) and European-looking architecture. Buildings are mostly German, Swiss or Italian inspired. Loved it! If you want the best in the USA, Deer Valley Resort is a luxury ski resort located near the historic mining town of Park City, Utah approximately 36 miles (58 km) east of Salt Lake City. It has 21 chairlifts, 91 runs, and three day lodges. Rated the top North American ski resort by readers of SKI magazine in 2005, Deer Valley Resort is also consistently ranked #1 in the individual areas of dining, guest service and mountain grooming. Deer Valley is more than a winter resort, it’s an experience. World Class!

What major ski resorts still ban snowboarding? ?

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I've heard some of the more famous holdouts ( Alta, Deer Valley, Taos, and Mad River Glen) have throwin in the towel and allow it now, is this true?

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Only three in the US. Alta, Utah, Deer Valley, Utah, and Mad River Glen, in Vermont I think, still don't allow it. Taos caved, but I haven't seen any news that would make me think these three now allow it or will anytime soon, especially MRG, which is on privately owned land.

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