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post #31 of 47
For me its going to be Vail. I know, vanilla skiing, not enough tough stuff etc, etc. That's OK. I have never felt cheated after a day of skiing there. This year with the high speed over on High Line,Vail only gets better.
post #32 of 47
I'd be very content living right on Lake Tahoe and Skiing Squaw. I love the water and have yet to ski a mountain with better terrain
post #33 of 47
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Originally Posted by roundturns View Post
For me its going to be Vail. I know, vanilla skiing, not enough tough stuff etc, etc. That's OK. I have never felt cheated after a day of skiing there. This year with the high speed over on High Line,Vail only gets better.
Yes, Vanilla is the popular flavor of an international destination resort, but there are gallons of Rocky Road if you know where to find it…:
post #34 of 47
Deer Valley forever.
post #35 of 47
Now: W/B

Later: maybe Revelstoke
post #36 of 47
Whistler Blackcomb.

Not exactly a tough choice.
post #37 of 47
My pick would be Mammoth Mountain - Lots of snow with great terrain and variety. The snow may not be champagne powder but it is consistent and eminently ski-able... AND you seldom have to worry about core shots ;-)
post #38 of 47
W/B +1 Size, Terrain, Long Season and close to a great World-Class city

"do not mention the rain or you will be shot!"
post #39 of 47
Gotta go with Mike Wiegele Hele-Ski!!!!!
post #40 of 47
Pomerelle, ID - it's the shizzle bra!
post #41 of 47
Oh man there's a lot of great skiing out there. But so far, the only resort where I've really wanted to live is Crested Butte.
post #42 of 47
Big.......

Uhhhh........nevermind............

SJ
post #43 of 47
Las Lenas, ARG
post #44 of 47
I am already here, living the life I always dreamed of, blowing the cold smoke out my nose like feathers after a pillowfight, feeling the interior grab of fear as I dive into a chute, hearing the whoops of other skiers enjoying their day. BB4ever works for me.
post #45 of 47
Tough one. My only criteria is terrain.

I would have to say Copper.

As I'm on final approach to the big 5-0, I'm thinking about the future. Copper has great skiing for me now and I could see being very happy there as an 80-year-old. Of all the places I've been, it has the greatest variety of quality terrain I've ever seen. Not the best in any category, but a very high quality across the board.
post #46 of 47
Beaver Creek...
post #47 of 47

Easy

Vail with a ski-in-ski out 4,000 sq foot lodge that belongs on the cover of Architectural Digest . . . with a big ass hot tub as well.
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