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Top 3 on your "bucket list"?

boston_e

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Lots of top 3 lists going... What are the top 3 on your "to do" list? (Places you have never been but want to go to).

For Me:

Jackson Hole
Mammoth
Alyeska
 

deadheadskier

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Hard to limit this one to 3 as my list is well north of 30.

Guess I'd go with

Jackson Hole
Alta/Bird
Somewhere in the Southern hemisphere
 

freeski

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Whistler Blackcomb
Mt. Bachelor (sister lives in Eugene, OR)
Saddleback - I think I can pull this one off :)
 

mriceyman

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Jay on a pow day( only been there in ice)
Any big mountain out west on a pow day
Heli skiing



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kelly001

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Having been fortunate enough to already ski several European countries, 3 trips I'd like to take to combine skiing and culture exploration:

1) Japan
2) Chile
3) Lebanon

Oh! yeah, also New Zealand!
 

jaytrem

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Smaller areas of Oregon - I'm 0 for 2 on trips to Oregon when it comes to snow.
Northern BC - Leaning towards this for next year, exchange rate is great right now. Lots of mid-size places up there, would fly into Prince George.
Alaska - Never been to AK at all.
 

Whitey

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1) Whistler/Blackcomb (I think this one is going to happen for me next season).
2) Alta/Snowbird - I've never skied Utah.
3) Taos - My dad, who was pretty hardcore in his day, used to go there. He would scheduled business trips so that he could go thru there and lay over for a couple of days. As a young and upcoming skier it always stuck with me that my dad would go and ski that place all by himself when he could have gone anywhere. He would rave about it when he got back. Always wanted to go since I was about 12 yrs old but have never been.
 
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