I'm a dane relocating to the US(probably, maybe CAN)
think i'll go with winterpark whistler mammoth or another big spot, but i'd like to hear about some other places - smaller, but just as well -and where i can check them out...
i liked the sound of the place where boyd lives(there was something about in FREEZE, but i can't remember the name...
i know i sounds like a wannabee but i'm only a dane - so i gotta start somewhere
i think your first priority would be finding a job, you may beable to go to any resort and live but not nessasarly find a job, so look around and see who needs work, it seems a little late to be trying to move here for the winter season already, most hills have already hired and done their training
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If all the big sweet, Wendy's style resorts don'tsound appealing to you. There's a newer resort in BC, it's called Kicking Horse. Amazing powder, sick lines and it's not packed with a million tourists that are taking up all the good lines.
yes kicking horse is off the hook... (how could I forget that), unfortunately its located in a little shit-town (Goldenites please don't take offence!) but if you're all about skiing this place is mint, + there is cheap accomodation.
This place is gonna go off!
Last time I was there they sold just over 200 tickets for the entire freakin day... it was rad
yeah, squaw, that's what i thought about, im gonna go season in france this season, so im not looking before next year, but i wanna plan it now, anybody know where to look around for jobs?
and where to find info on spuaw?
squaw.com for squaw.
it might be squawvalleyusa.com also, idono.
but yeah, tahoe is a sick place to be, depends on where you are tho..
truckee dusnt seem to have much of a night life at all.. haha
maybe go some place if you want some of that.
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oka yi've looked into squaw and like, anybody from there who has ideas on where to look for jobs - i know yhe ordinary way, but i'm in good time and wanna find something ok to do there, but i don't know how the places there are - so i'd like to hear from some locals...
jobs including a room would be a bonus
It is incredibly easy to get hired for work in Summit County, CO- and even though it may be commercialized as hell there (not to mention crowded on weekends) you can still get some incredible skiing there, as well as meet alot of people...
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