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VT_scratchIs housing near Red that tough to find?
Ryanvdonkno, it's got an old mining town in rossland, though might be a place you have to be there in person to get a rental. also trail is just down the hill.
skiP.E.I.In addition to Red and Revy, as others have suggested, I'd think of Fernie. Not much there for park really, but it is an amazing resort in some really cool mountains. Check out the Burrlapz videos to get an idea of terrain. The only issue with Revy I can see, is there is only one gondola and two lifts, so on powder days lines get insane. Red has the added bonus of being near Whitewater and Kootenay pass, which are my favourite places to ski I've ever been to. Amazing terrain and snow. I've heard great things about Kicking Horse, and it mightn't be too hard to find housing in Golden. There is no park there though. I'd consider Alberta too. Lake Louise is pretty rad, I hear great things about Jasper, and if you want a small resort vibe on a big mountain with great terrain, go to Castle. The beauty of Alberta is the tax is the lowest in Canada, and minimum wage is higher. Drinking age is also 18 there if you're into that.
tcurleI was gonna say Red before I even read your thread haha. I've spent a bunch of time up there and had a blast every time.