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thisandthatfilmsDon't live in burly it's a wanna be Colorado, lived here for 5 years then I moved here... Don't regret a thing
edaiWhere do you live in CO?
nate1097North conway is honestly a really cool place... im forgetting the name of the mtn in the town but its a fun little place that you would be right next to, and if you wanted to go to a bigger mtn there are lots right around
PachankzNorth Conway is beautiful, the mountain is cranmore, not a big mountain at all and very little expert terrain if any. Great backcountry skiing the next peak over on peaked mountain but cranmore won't keep any good skier satisfied very long.
North Conway is a tourist town, not really any nightlife whatsoever besides a few decent bars that close by 11 pm. If you move there solo it's REALLY difficult to meet new friends. The local scene is very tight knit, lots of rednecks, bear hunters , deer hunters and 24/7 camo wearing types .
However the town is amazing in the summer, endless hiking, swimming holes , rivers , you name it .
As for skiing it's within an hour of Sunday river , wildcat, attitash, loon, cannon, Shawnee peak, black mountain, bretton woods , and obviously cranmore. So it's a good jump off to lots of ski areas , and it's right by mount Washington and tuckermans ravine , so backcountry skiing options are a plenty .
casual.weekdayI currently live around the corner from West Mountain in NY, but take the extra drive up to Gore each weekend.
I want to move to either Vermont or New Hampshire after college (staying east coast 100%), and want to be fairly close to a city, nice sized yard, 2+ acres, but still be able to get to a decent sized hill in less than 30 mins.
I was thinking Londonderry area because 10 minutes to bromley, 4 minutes to Magic, and 45 to Okemo, but it might be a little far south for me. Anyone know some nice towns up near Sugarbush/ Mad River Glen /Stowe?