Game On: It’s lazy-man triathlon season
While epic powder days may be a distant memory (if you were lucky enough to ski on the few we had this season), the 2014-15 ski season isn’t over yet. In fact, spring is many locals’ favorite season on the slopes. The reason is simple: It’s not just about the skiing. It’s about the scene — which is action-packed from sun up to sundown. Seriously, what other time of year can you ski, golf and soak in the sun with a drink in hand — all in one day? Yes, folks, it’s lazy-man triathlon season. Here is a quick guide to getting the most out of your day, and since this is truly for the leisurely crowd, no training is necessary.
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