The St. Regis Aspen Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of ways: skiing at high speeds up to 130km through challenging turns, shallow dips, flats, and jumps. This course had all these elements in it, as well as a big jump intended to complicate matters just before the finish, which was thrill both for the racer and the spectators.
Once again we sat at the back of the stadium and this time we were joined by Austrian supporters. We cheered, rang our cowbells (obligatory for skiing) and ...
... where the skiers will exceed 40m of air. They will need legs of steel!
Thurs 4 Dec
Really was a repeat of Wednesday. An overcast day with some flat light made skiing a little challenging. In some ways we have spoilt ourselves at home as we really only ski bluebird days now. However when you only have 2 days and Beaver Creek is on your doorstep then you ski no matter what the conditions. So we did! The sun broke through the cloud late afternoon ...
... on a daily basis!
Arrived in Beaver Creek and what an amazingly beautiful place this is. Reminds us of the village at Whistler with their trees decorated with lights, snow on the ground and this amazing mountain dominating the scenery. The hotel is right on the slopes so is ski in, ski out. Our room is lovely with a great view of the slopes. Can't wait to try them out tomorrow. Not sure if my knees are looking forward to skiing as much as I ...
... globe for this.
Some of the original buildings are evident and very well maintained. They are similar in style to the 'painted ladies' houses that we saw in San Francisco. All the local businesses are in the process of putting up their decorations. You have to admit the North Americans do this better than most. It was great to see real live Christmas trees for sale outside the local supermarket. Different types Spruce, fir, etc) ...
Woke with an air of expectation this morning as yesterday had been mindblowingly good. It was a cool, crisp morning around -7c. Felt just like home! Scrambled once again up the snow covered hill to the grandstand. The World Cup Ladies Slalom Course was all laid out and we were able to see it from top to bottom.
Once again we cheered on all nations and a huge cheer for our Aussie, Greta Small. This was her first World Cup Slalom start. Unfortunately Greta straddled the ...