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I live in Sweden and have been to Norway, so I might be helpful. About the girls, there are a lot of hot girls in Sweden, and there are a lot of hot girls on Norway, not a big difference except that Sweden has almost twice as big population as Norway so there are a bigger amount of hot girls here, just so you know. Austria is NOT a country known for beautyful girls.
But to the skiing, the parks in Sweden are good, some of them are really good, especially Kläppen. This winter sucked tho, not that much snow except in the north, Åre for example got a ton. So the parks are good, but not even compareable to the best parks in the US. But the best parks in Sweden are problably Kläppen (the best one for sure), Åre and Tandådalen. There are a lot more good parks, but I think these are the best ones.
In Norway the conditions are pretty much the same. Not a big difference to Sweden, although I've got the idea that the parks are a little bit better then in Sweden. The best parks are problably Hemsedal and Trysil. BUT Norway got summerskiing as well, which Sweden lacks off. Folgefonnas summerpark this year was problably the best park I've ever ridden. And it was in the middle of june! So if you go to Norway, be sure to chech out the summer skiing! And Norway got some big mountains as well, which Sweden kind of lacks off to. But they are really high up in the north, kind of far away from the civilisation. The nature is also more beautyful than Swedens in my opinion, but Sweden has more big cities. So it kind of depends on what you're looking for.
Austria on the other hand, has it all when it comes to skiing. They got BIG mountains and they got some killer parks, like in Mayerhofen for example. Though the parks in the Alps are all to often badly shaped, but at a big resort who puts a lot of money into their park you problably won't have to deal with that problem. A bad thing though is the language. People from middle Europe SUCK at english, and a lot, and I mean A LOT, of the people down there only talks their own language and a little bit of german and/or french. In Sweden and Norway everybody talks really good english for not having it as their first language. We have english in our schedule several times a week from we're like 9 years old.
I hope that helped out a bit, I'll try to check out this thread later if you got any more questions.