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blue/green runs

by lizzytex00 Online Now Jan 21, 2008 at 10:15 AM

I am planning a trip to Keyston over Valentine's Day. While I've been skiing before, I'm not really comfortable with my abilities. Can you tell me which of the blue runs are easier and which, if any, I should avoid? I have heard that many of the blue runs at Keystone are like black runs at other resorts. Thanks very much!!

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    Re: blue/green runs

    by kzapanta Online Now Jan 24, 2008 at 4:28 AM

    stay near the main lodge and bottom part of the mountain if you want the easy blue runs. Read the trail map. If a blue run is next to some blacks, its probably a harder blue. Same for blues next to greens. A wider run usually means it would be easier and more likely to be groomed daily. Specific run names,... ?

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