(Closed) Anyone up? Need some help?? Honeymoon!!

posted 6 years ago in Honeymoons
Post # 3
3174 posts
Sugar bee

Darn I was going to say lake Tahoe or big bear but I just read that you’re trying to avoid going to California. 

Post # 4
204 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

I’m up πŸ™‚ But I’m not much help. I was already thinking of CO before I got to  that part of your post.  Maybe you could go to a different part of CO than where you have been.  Also, I have heard that New Mexico has some good places, but I haven’t been skiing, ever. Where I have been in NM is absolutely gorgeous, though. 

I don’t know how you guys do with roadtrips instead of flying, but if you enjoy them, I would definitely suggest going somewhere within driving distance. YOu have so many days that you can be on the road for a while.  FOr me that would be a great part of the honeymoon, but we love road trips together.

Hopefully some skiiers will weigh in with good suggestions. I just wanted you to know someone is listening.

Post # 6
133 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

Jackson Hole WY! Or Breckenridge CO, from there you can get to Vail, Beaver Creek, A Basin, Keystone…it’s a pretty little town. The Tiger Run RV park has awesome little cabins really cheap and there’s a free bus into town. Or get outta the States and visit Whistler in Canada, I lived there for 18 months so it’s naturally my favourite πŸ™‚ There’s mountains in Connecticut and Vermont too although I haven’t ridden there.

Post # 7
1217 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

Go to Whistler!! Very cozy ski village, GREAT skiing, and you could spend a day or two in the city of Vancouver which is an amazing place! Grause Mountain is nearby, and you can go zip-lining and hang-gliding there! Also, there is the Capilano Suspension Bridge nearby, if you want a really cool walk up through the trees…

Or else try Washington State, there is great low-key skiing – Mount Rainier (Crystal), Mount Baker, etc. and lots of outdoor activities – you can rent cross-country skis, snow shoes, go hiking, kayaking, road or mountain biking, running through the woods, etc. If you decide to go to Mount Baker, you can rent a cabin in the town of Glacier, and I would recommend spending a few nights in Bellingham (that’s where I’m from)… It’s a really cozy small city right on the Pacific Ocean with tons to do, if you want to do something different. Mount Baker doesn’t have a ski village the way ski resorts in Colorado do, but if you wanted to do something totally different it would be a way to go!

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