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Skiing town to town is pretty cool, but we didn't really wind up doing much of it when I was in Austria - even though we could have. This was because there really isn't a good reason in and of itself to go to another town other than for lunch. And you definitely don't want to get caught at the end of the day in a different town. But to say you have done it is pretty cool.- Austria, or wherever you just ski town to town.
If I were to list the "ultimate", they'll all be back country places (like heli/cat/skin skiing). But I have a lot of doubt ANY of them will happen at all. I'm neither good enough in descend nor fit enough in ascend to really justify them.My list, like most of you is a mile long and constantly changing, however I consider "Bucket List" stuff to be the ultimate, even if not very practical.
That seems to be the theme for me too. Quite a list of places that look awesome if only they've got a bit more snow.Skied Chamonix last year though I plan to go back when there is better snow. Skied Telluride this year and plan to return when there is better snow.
That seems to be the theme for me too. Quite a list of places that look awesome if only they've got a bit more snow.
I'm not burning to go back to any of those particular places soon (Big Sky perhaps). There's no telling I'll have better or worse luck when I do go to any of them again. So I'll just hit them when it happens to be convenient.
They're off my "bucket" list, onto the nice-to-hit-again-in-good-condition list.