So I have been skiing for 30 years off and on but have never been able to reach that next level (being able to ski expert runs with control and fluidity). I am ready to change that starting this season. My 1st step was getting fit this offseason (still working on it). I plan on making several trips to Mammoth this year and will probably take some advanced lessons. I cant get away to any farther off resorts this year. So here is my plan... Each year after this one I want to go to a different mountain steadily increasing the intensity level of that mountain. Ill spend a week at each place and continue to make a few trips up to Mammoth as well. I'll probably be able to ski 15-20 days per year. So next year I was thinkin Squaw Valley/Alpine, then Whistler, then Alta/Snowbird, then Big Sky/Bridger, and will culminate my 5 year plan with Jackson Hole. I realize I have left Colorado completely off this list. I'm not sure why that is, I made the list bored at work one day and then realized it afterwards. I have never skied any of these places except for Squaw, Alpine, and Alta but I know I did not hit the best stuff these had to offer when I was there. I post this for the sole purpose of your opinions on this plan. thanks in advance for your responses.