Skiing in Colorado

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Vail & Beaver Creek is a large and fascinating ski area with 33 lifts and 193 runs. Skiing in champaign powder is every skier's dream. Mountain Top:11,450', Base: 8120', Vertical Drop: 3330'. The runs consist of 21% Beginner, 31% Intermediate and 48% Advanced.
Copper Mountain has 21 lifts and 118 runs. It's another great ski area and one of the few places where some of the chairs had covers over them!
Mountain Top: 12,313', Base: 9712', Vertical Drop: 2601'. The runs consist of 21% Beginner, 25% Intermediate and 54% Advanced.
Breckenridge has 25 lifts with 139 Runs. Mountain Top: 12,998', Base: 9603', Vertical Drop: 3395'. The runs consist of 14% Beginner, 26% Intermediate and 60% Advanced.

Arapahoe Basin

Keystone has 20 Lifts and 116 runs. Mountain Top: 11,640', Base: 9300', Vertical Drop: 2340'. The runs consist of 13% Beginner, 36% Intermediate and 51% Advanced.
Arapahoe Basin has 5 lifts and 66 runs. Mountain Top: 13,050', Base: 10800', Vertical Drop: 2250'. The runs consist of 15% Beginner, 45% Intermediate and 40% Advanced. Arapahoe Basin was one of my favorites because of many
medium-sized moguls.

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