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Hi - just come back from some great skiing and instruction in Jackson Hole and already thinking about next year.  I need to get my tree/bump/off-piste skiing to the next level to keep up with The Mrs.  I live in Toronto and am going to have a few w/e's free in Jan/Feb next year.  Think I'm thinking about where I could go in the Quebec (or possibly NE US) area to get some good instruction on the tough stuff.  Any recommendations of hills and\or instructors.  (Needs to be a Level 3 type instructor.). Thanks

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Hi - just come back from some great skiing and instruction in Jackson Hole and already thinking about next year.  I need to get my tree/bump/off-piste skiing to the next level to keep up with The Mrs.  I live in Toronto and am going to have a few w/e's free in Jan/Feb next year.  Think I'm thinking about where I could go in the Quebec (or possibly NE US) area to get some good instruction on the tough stuff.  Any recommendations of hills and\or instructors.  (Needs to be a Level 3 type instructor.). Thanks

 

Stowe - we are still open till the 21st of april and spring is a great time to improve your bump skiing game with soft snow.

 

We have 2 level 3s on this board me and Epic.

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Hi - just come back from some great skiing and instruction in Jackson Hole and already thinking about next year.  I need to get my tree/bump/off-piste skiing to the next level to keep up with The Mrs.  I live in Toronto and am going to have a few w/e's free in Jan/Feb next year.  Think I'm thinking about where I could go in the Quebec (or possibly NE US) area to get some good instruction on the tough stuff.  Any recommendations of hills and\or instructors.  (Needs to be a Level 3 type instructor.). Thanks

Glad to hear you had a positive experience on my mountain and my ski school!

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