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How to Enjoy a Ski Resort Vacation as a Non-Skier

Mountain-fun

When I first moved to Colorado, I thought my family and I would somehow magically pick up skiing, hitting the slopes every winter. But as it turns out, skiing is not an easy thing to start up on your own in your 30s.

When I first moved to Colorado, I thought my family and I would somehow magically pick up skiing, hitting the slopes every winter. But as it turns out, skiing is not an easy thing to start up on your own in your 30s.

Between the cost of gear and ski passes, plus a few chronic pain issues, it never really became a hobby for us. Over the years, though, we’ve learned to love our getaways in the snow-capped Rockies. In fact, we’ve even stayed at ski resorts and had a splendid time — no skis required.

Try Alternative Ways To Pump Adrenaline

Many resorts around the country feature adventure parks with fast-paced rides like mountain coasters, which are often open year-round. Hop aboard the Sky Flyer Mountain Coaster in New York’s Holiday Valley, or the Breathtaker Alpine Coaster in Aspen Snowmass (which is open for nighttime rides).

 Read the full story at MSN.com

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