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What is the best snowboard bag to get for a 145 sized snowboard?

by Gatto Ashutto

Question by hoffman1876: What is the best snowboard bag to get for a 145 sized snowboard?
I just got a snowboard and I need a bag to take it to the airport, etc. It doesn't have to have wheels, but what size would you recommend? I have looked at some bags, but the only bigger size I can find is 157cm. Is that too big?
Also, the board has bindings attached.

Best answer:

Answer by Aj
Well it depends if you have bindings on it, it it doesnt then get anything bigger than a 145.

Or find a long cardboard box

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Q&A: Where are the best places to ski during the last week in December in the US?

Question by sethatsyncretic: Where are the best places to ski during the last week in December in the US?
We are considering a ski vacation after Christmas and before January 1st. Are the ski areas in CO, UT, and WY completely open by then? We live on the East Coast and haven't been West for skiiing.

Best answer:

Answer by Jared L
The should be if next season is anything like this season you could try the farmers almanac

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Best Snow in America: New Mexico Come to the country’s best powder ski, then at the Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Historic Resort & Spa Soak for 20% less

Ojo Caliente, NM (Nasdaq) 12 January 2012

After enjoying the best skiing in the 2012's until today Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs offers a Ski & Soak package for lift ticket and season pass holders of any rejuvenate New Mexico ski resort and enjoy their bones in the 143 years old town is legendary healing waters for 20% less. With the Rim Road to Taos Ski Valley to Santa Fe now paved, there's a better way for ski enthusiasts living south of Taos, to hit the road and stop, enjoy, relax and revitalize the way. For ski reports and more information, visit here. For the most recent New York Times article, read here.

you'll find south of Taos Ojos secluded sanctuary. One of the oldest spas in the United States, Ojo the only hot springs in the world with four different sulfur and thermal water. The building is modern and fresh, with historic charm in a quiet and relaxing environment.

of 11 mineral pools, including 3 private outdoor pool with kiva fireplaces select, and then melt a eucalyptus steam room and sauna to the body and ease stress in the taper.

enjoy a hot combination of the sources with a spa treatment offers the ultimate relaxing experience for body and mind. The diverse spa menu offers a full range of restorative therapies, including massage and moisturizing care wraps, scrubs and body treatments.

Artesian Restaurant provides a casual atmosphere and charming atmosphere. Our chef combines local flavors with international cuisine to create a delicious menu that ranges from seasonal Southwestern favorites to a variety of international dishes. Lighter fare, including homemade pizzas, burgers and fries Green Chile, plus have an extensive selection of local and imported beer and wine in the Wine Bar & Lounge.

Accommodations range from the Historic Hotel in charming cottages, charming suites with kiva fireplaces and private households.

The Springs

varied landscape ranges from the lush valley containing the river in stunning high desert mesas all the many hiking and biking trails. The more adventurous will be over 15 miles of newly mapped mountain biking routes and enjoy a more level 2-mile loop Bosque River.

Bring your ticket or season pass from any ski area and New Mexico will receive 20% off entry feathers or any lodging unit (one discount per person). The offer is valid 7 days a week, except holidays and is good through 30th April 2012. Visit for details.

Ojo is only 37 miles south of Taos. Take the Rt. 64 past the Gorge Bridge and turn left onto the newly paved Rim Road to 285th U.S. It is the same driving time to Santa Fe, only better!

For more information, please visit our website or call 800.222.9162 or 505.583.2233.


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