So im looking for a little guidance here.
Basically, im old enough now to jump out of nest and test my wings. Right now im in the south western part of NY skiing on tiny hills, sure its fun and i got friends here but obviously im looking to ski some better terrain.
Basically I want to bum it this year and just ski pretty much as much as i can. I went to Killy this year for rails to riches and it was amazing, VT gave a vibe off that was epic..just seems like itd be a cool place to kick it for the winter.
BUT, I'm an east coaster and like the most of you, i assume, theres a part of you that wants to go out west. Utah looks fucking amazing, even with the lack of snow the friends ive made thru NS that live out there had a ball. SLC also has affordable housing thats really close to skiing and thats really appealing to me.
CO also has it perks, dope terrain/parks plus they got shit on this winter but I-70 and living in boulder/denver and driving 2 hours for skiing seems like a nightmare. And it doesnt seem like theres affordable options within a half hour to the resorts. (I could be totally wrong about this so please enlighten me if this isnt the case)
IDK im pretty torn on this. I have a group of friends that are ready to make the move to either place but id just like some input from you guys!
Ik winter is awhile away but planning early never hurts.
So NS, where should i go?