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Charming ski town for beginner in middle of February?

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Hi there! I am looking to go on a ski trip around February 17th. My husband is turning 30 and I want to surprise him with a ski trip. I am a beginner (only have been skiing once before) and my husband has some experience. (he can ski blues)

Anyway, we went to Beaver Creek a few years ago and just loved it. The charming cobblestone streets, old fashioned lanterns, plenty to do at night, and the horse ride carriage up to a barnhouse is something I will never forget!

We live in Orlando, Florida so we are open to Utah, Colorado, and Vermont. I know more states have ski resorts but these are the ones that come to mind....

Any suggestions?

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