During February break I went to Telluride with my Family. I wasn’t really looking forward to the trip because everyone was going to Aspen and Vail, and I assumed Telluride was kinda lame. This was so far from accurate... Telluride was by far the coolest ski resort I have ever been to. The overall terrain was so vast and incredible. But the thing that really hooked me was the fact that there were absolutely no lines and there were hardly any people there. Aspen is filled with the day trippers from Denver, and no one wants to drive 6+ hours to Telluride. It was seriously underrated, and I couldn’t believe the ethereal beauty that this place possessed. Before we arrived I was convinced that I wouldn’t be able to ski every day, because we were going for a whole week. I just wanted to relax and make sure I treated the trip as a vacation because sometimes too much action is tiring. Once I was there, the thought of not skiing for a day was absurd. Since I hadn’t skied for 3 years before going to Colorado, I was nervous that I wouldn’t like it or I would be really bad. I am not going to lie in the beginning I definitely was not in double black diamond shape. But after a whole week of working hard on my form, and falling really hard on my face multiple times, I definitely improved. Starting on blues an double blues, then slowly working my way up to blacks and being able to do moguls. I am so happy with the way this trip went and I am looking forward to next year when we go back, because we are definitely going back!