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Advice on working and living at Keystone Resort
hey guys trying to do anything I can to get out west. I am close to getting a job at keystone I think as a lifty. I am planning on doing the employee housing thing. They said they have dorm living (shared rooms) for 350 P/m and then they have ones where you can have you own room and a shared living area for 450 P/m. Im not sure what I will be able to afford. I dont want to get the shared room and be really sorry if I get someone shitty. How is the living quarters. I mean if this actually goes through I will be soo stoked to actually be going i wont really care but Im just wondering. Are the living located close or in the village. any advice is appreciated thanks.
then def get your own room. completely worth the extra hundo. you take the bus from housing to the mtn. 3 minute drive, 10 minute walk. try to get into tenderfoot.
yea your probably right I should get my own room. Ok thanks for the advice bro
message my sis aspendukes she knows the employee housing shit
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go back to so cal or new york .....
My brother did this when he was 18 and i was thinking of doing it this year but he said to live in the housing and get a pass he had to work 5 days a week so he could only ski 2 days which he didnt like.
well Im guessing im going to have to be working that much to afford to live there anyway so ...but also keystone has night skiing so im sure you could get at least a couple runs in at the end of ur shift or before depending on when u work...but Ill be happy to be there way better then working and skiing Vermont ..
I plan on heading out there also... much better than trying to ski backyard setups in the dirty south aka GA
DO NOT live in Sunrise/SCUMrise. the entire place reeks of piss and old beer. I used to live in Dillon Valley. totally worth the 10 minute drive/ or Summit Stage to Keystone. T-Foot is fairly decent tho if you're bent on employee housing. Look into Summit Cove as well
-Drop knees, not bombs
"Cigarette on the in run, no shirt on the takeoff, land switch into pow? Only Charley Ager, baby"
-"Just a quadruple stage , to an 800 foot cliff with a tree on fire at the bottom. No problem, Ill just rip it outta the ground and eat it"
"I would totally lose my virginity to a fat chick for a free season pass"-RayL
"Fuck yeah, you don't see Shawn White getting blackout drunk down here do you?" TOM WALLISCH
Not to jack your thread but i have almost the same questions about breck. anyone have advice or experience with their employee housing would be helpful too! thanks.
Bump. Im setting up my budgets. Making the move out in 3 weeks. Would like to know more about tenderfoot. I can deal with loud noises and stuff as I lived in a fraternity house for 3 years so I can manage with that, but what I have heard about tenderfoot is that its a no go.
ski and destroy
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I did that this year, i'm actually at work right now
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