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Average Days/Year: 50
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Location: Colorado
Resort: Copper Mountain
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3/5/2015 7:21:16 AM hopefully got this morning's spammers addressed.  diligent they are.
3/5/2015 7:20:14 AM hopefully taken care of.
2/24/2015 1:51:05 PM hoping you all in tahoe get 10-20ft.  finally got some snow here.
2/24/2015 1:49:33 PM can probably thank the current union negotiations for that.  Still 2.09 here, but been steadily climbing.
2/19/2015 1:38:42 PM mtn traffic on i70 is ridiculous.  never really understood why people travel to CO instead of SLC.  Maybe the nightlife of breck or something.   @schwazy - this weekend is going to be packed at the base of copper.  do yourself a favor and hit the superbee lift (east village) and never return to center village after 930.  It will be a gigantic lift line.   Sierra Chair, Rendezvous, Resolution, Mountain Chief, Black Jack are the chairs that may not be as crowded but still have reasonable terrain.  Usually around 10am (if the flag flies) the cat will give you a free trip to the saddle near tucker mountain.  about a 20-30 min hike gives you relatively untracked lines, but the new snow may keep this closed through the weekend (bonus for you if/when it opens).  I am guessing, if it actually snows, avy control will be going on most of saturday.  Check out union meadows off of sierra chair if you want a decent run as well (though the trek out can be a b***h).  You just drop off to the west from sierra then head underneath the poma and continue on.  ends in a long flat run, but it can be worth it. Copper is my favorite Summit mtn, have fun.  Terrain park will be in good shape tomorrow before the snow hits... CME is one of the most common shuttles to summit.  
2/19/2015 1:26:00 PM i would hike the mtn to get 40 if i was stuck at 39... your seasons are just too short.  pack up and move west.  or northwest...to canadia.   
2/17/2015 12:34:55 PM not sure how you think it's going past the rate of inflation.  States still pay less for gasoline than much of the rest of the world and for the last several years it was still quite a bit more than it is now.  Gasoline prices being this low is only a temporary win with long term issues no matter which side of oil your political (or environmental) views may fall. In several ways, the greed of big oil is the only reason they are this cheap.  If they didn't want the money, they would have instantly curbed production and prices would have soared. It's nice to fill up cheap, I enjoy it, but the consequences are not as beneficial.
2/4/2015 6:33:14 PM while I greatly appreciate the reduced costs, I would be happy if it would settle at a rate that encourages stability in the market and still allows future technologies to advance.  Fuel prices here are pretty cheap when compared to other areas, artificial inflation is not really true, though demand definitely has a part.  At $70/$80 per barrel of crude (Brent) there are many options and most aren't paying more than $3/gal or right near.  
2/4/2015 6:24:44 PM not exactly what you are asking, but you can always check outwww.trusnow.com/mobile 
1/22/2015 8:36:40 AM just buy a diesel.  encourage nuclear.  
12/31/2014 7:46:32 AM done
12/27/2014 6:36:13 PM I wouldn't think of Fraser as much more than a tourist based town.  Though not like some in summit.  A lot of Denver people up there.  I've had several friends with places there and they all consider it a great place (of course).  Good summer and winter activities, though like superorb stated, you get what you get.  Unlike summit which has access to multiple resorts.   It's a cool town, I doubt you would be disappointed.  Silverthorne/Dillon are a good option as well.  Several people like Eagle for it's access to Beaver Creek and Vail, but keeps it's distance from the front range people.   Guess it all depends on what you want in an area, if you are renting, Fraser and Silverthorne/Dillon would be my recommendation.  If you don't want anyone else there, you have a ton of options within close distances to resorts.
12/27/2014 8:03:13 AM i had been watching snow up in your area, was rather suprised to see so little.  It has been a rollercoaster in the lower 48...currently riding a decent drop of snow.  heading out to ride the snowies today, medicine bow area, but avy conditions will limit us to less than 30deg slopes.  It's also effing cold out, windchill at -30F.  so a little bit of a delayed start.  I'd like to see the temp above -10F before we go....
12/17/2014 7:23:45 PM Copper usually has two for one passes at participating shell gas stations. But their are restrictions on dates
12/11/2014 9:32:34 AM Just throw your extra lens in a coat pocket if you want it with you. Don't get a backpack just for that. Backpacks are for parents (pretty much get away with anything if you've got kids) hiking the park all day or backcountry. Yes I am being the fashion police....


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