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CT sucks and so does everyone i have ever personally met from there. thank you.
Go to tahoe you will not regret it, stay on the west shore, avoid south lake (skiing) and squaw is dope but full of yups. im not saying anything more about it because people from CT might snake.
Get away from the east coast. dont even bother.
Do you want to ski every day? You gotta be within 30 min. of a mountain. Tahoe, Aspen, Whistler, Banff, Queenstown, Engelberg.
Do you want to ski every weekend? You gotta be within 3 hrs. SanFran, Vancouver, Boulder, Seattle, Portland, Missoula.
What's your profession? Does it mean more than skiing to you? You can make okay loot outta any job, so base your life on life, not work. And if your job is impt to you, get a job where you can work from home. If not, move to Tahoe or Whistler. There are tons of jobs and mountains that will make you never want to move back east.
Im from Philly. If youre trying to ski, DO NOT EVEN THINK ABOUT MOVIN TO PHILLY.
I love dope cities. I just did my first ski bum season in a ski town and although the skiing was rad, I missed the city.
You said you were open to other non-american suggestions so I'm going to suggest Vancouver. Vancouver is a really cool city, has a few local hills within the city limits that allow night skiing and you have Whistler close by for weekend skiing. Baker's also not too far away for some weekend trips back to your home country. You could live in the suburbs (I don't know why you would do this except for skiing proximaty) and be really, really close to one of the local hills (Seymore, Cypress or Grousse) and shred every day while still working.