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Skiing for beginners in VT

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My girlfriend & I are looking to get away for some relaxation & fun in Jan after the holidays. We plan to go during the week. I had skied a little many yrs ago, she has never skied before. I'm sure we will want to try it at least once, but I think I'd also like to try a snowmobile, sledding, x-country, snowshoeing, just enjoying nature. Also, she was widowed a couple of yrs ago & has never really done the single scene thing. So, we want the op to socialize in the evening -- fun bars, dancing, music, etc.

She's originally from Romania, has never really vacationed alone, so I'm making the plans. We're women in our 40's.

I had been checking out Colorado, but it's so expensive & then you add the airfare ...... whereas we can easily drive to VT.

Any suggestions out there?

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