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If I don't ski, should I move to the Front Range this winter?
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By Adam Tait
Aug 5, 2014
I've got some great friends who currently live and work at Rocky Mtn who are trying very hard to get me to move to Boulder/Nederland this winter. Best of friends, but my problem is I don't know how to ski and have reservations about investing the $ (I could just get a trad rack!)

Is there nearby year round climbing? How insane will it be to find work there? Outside of climbing, how much is there to explore in that area? I'm pretty clueless about CO and what it has to offfer in winter. Any advice would be great, thanks!

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By ZachS00
From Denver, CO
Aug 5, 2014
Ruckus, Rifle
the front range is a terrible place to live if you want to ski, so you'll be fine.

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By JJNS
Aug 6, 2014
Where do you live now?

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By S Denny
From Prescott, AZ
Aug 6, 2014
ZachS00 wrote:
the front range is a terrible place to live if you want to ski, so you'll be fine.


this.

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By Scott McMahon
From Boulder, CO
Aug 6, 2014
Bocan
I wouldn't move here. It sucks.

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By The Blueprint Part Dank
From FEMA Region VIII
Aug 6, 2014
Bummed
Colorado is all choss, and the average daily winter temperature in the front range is like -30 degrees. Mid winter. We have an entire month where the state is plunged into darkness.

Disregard that beautiful, sunny, 60 degree day you saw on national tv in February during the AFC Championship Game, for it was an illusion created by Hollywood special effects.


You're better off moving to California.

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By Dave Bn
From Fort Collins, CO
Aug 6, 2014
Dreamweaver
You should probably move to WY or UT. That way you can look down on "radans" with vitriolic yet ironically misplaced disdain.

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By Patrick Mulligan
Aug 6, 2014
The top of the tufa on Magma
There is no place to ski in the Front Range.

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By Andrew M Whitmore
Aug 6, 2014
You'll fit right in. Plenty of climbing options, and Indian Creek is only a short drive away.

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By Scott McMahon
From Boulder, CO
Aug 6, 2014
Bocan
Skiing the 3rd.
Skiing the 3rd.


It's a good rip if you got the stones for it.

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