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post #11 of 44 (permalink) Old 09-12-2010, 11:45 PM
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If I can't include places I've already been...
Jackson Hole, Chile, Alaska (and maybe Crested Butte? or Utah?)
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Coming from NZ: Whislter, Banff/Lake Louise, Alaska, Japan, Andorra, Home.

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I think i would take a private heli-tour of the hills in Nepal, ending with a week on the foot hills of Everest.

And then to follow this, I would have 3 weeks of scuba and massage in the Maldives.

If anyone can make this happen, PM me.

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I'm pretty happy where I'm at this season. I might have to make a trip to Banff however if I ever actually send in my passport application, only about a 5 hour drive from here.

How gnarly is Banff anyways? All I really know is that it's massive.

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part of my dream is coming true this Jan....Whistler!!!!

Aside from that ---Mammoth, Jackson hole, maaaayyybbeeee Big Sky, free riding in New Zealand/Australia and of course Swiss/Austrian Alps

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I'm pretty happy where I'm at this season. I might have to make a trip to Banff however if I ever actually send in my passport application, only about a 5 hour drive from here.
How gnarly is Banff anyways? All I really know is that it's massive.
It's worth going for the views alone. The scenery is spectacular! Louise has some good steeps on the backside (but rarely has good snow). Sunshine usually has good snow, but is either very flat or very steep due to it's weird layout. Make the trip, you're gonna get laid
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