Some photos of The Canyons and Deer Valley - Park city Utah

Some photos of The Canyons and Deer Valley - Park city Utah

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Re:Some photos of The Canyons and Deer Valley - Park city Utah

Dids1
reply to 'Some photos of The Canyons and Deer Valley - Park city Utah'
posted Apr-2012

Walking in ski boots is great exercise.

Tony_H
reply to 'Some photos of The Canyons and Deer Valley - Park city Utah'
posted Apr-2012

Isn't Deer Valley the place where snowboarding is banned?
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Iceman
reply to 'Some photos of The Canyons and Deer Valley - Park city Utah'
posted Apr-2012

Sounds extremely civilised. Maybe some of them should emigrate to France

That cart idea sounds great, at the bottom of the big cable car in Avoriaz there is a car park. Walking across 2" thick ice wearing ski boots is challenging at the start of the day, never mind at the end with tired legs
The Northern Monkey. Mar '20 La Plagne
Edited 1 time. Last update at 11-Apr-2012

SwingBeep
reply to 'Some photos of The Canyons and Deer Valley - Park city Utah'
posted Apr-2012

Nice photos Trencher, see you treated yourself to some Avengers. Snow looks good despite the poor season, not many people about. What's the vertical range? Both resorts look like they are a bit limited in that respect. The changing room certainly beats putting your boots on in an icy car park. The food doesn't look very appetising, I like my meat joined up!

Filetto di manzo caramellato al Gamay, 22 Euro in the guides hut at Testa Grigia


Iceman
reply to 'Some photos of The Canyons and Deer Valley - Park city Utah'
posted Apr-2012

I like my meat rare, but are you sure that does not still have a pulse?
The Northern Monkey. Mar '20 La Plagne

Bandit
reply to 'Some photos of The Canyons and Deer Valley - Park city Utah'
posted Apr-2012

SwingBeep did you get any veg with that?

Trencher
reply to 'Some photos of The Canyons and Deer Valley - Park city Utah'
posted Apr-2012

Vert may be limited maybe just 1000 metres, but The Canyons is huge.... http://www.canyonsresort.com/trail_maps.html

As for dining at Deer Valley, it depends on your budget http://www.deervalley.com/dining_shopping.html


SwingBeep wrote:

Filetto di manzo caramellato al Gamay, 22 Euro in the guides hut at Testa Grigia


I guess that's one where they just cut off it's horns and wipe it's arse before serving

because I'm so inclined .....

Brooksy
reply to 'Some photos of The Canyons and Deer Valley - Park city Utah'
posted Apr-2012

SwingBeep wrote:Nice photos Trencher, see you treated yourself to some Avengers. Snow looks good despite the poor season, not many people about. What's the vertical range? Both resorts look like they are a bit limited in that respect. The changing room certainly beats putting your boots on in an icy car park. The food doesn't look very appetising, I like my meat joined up!

Filetto di manzo caramellato al Gamay, 22 Euro in the guides hut at Testa Grigia




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Topic last updated on 19-October-2012 at 15:40

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