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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-01-2012, 01:48 AM Thread Starter
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Hi Guys

First time poster here and looking for some advice.

I'll be travelling to canada in early december for a few weeks and I'm planning to do some snowboarding while I'm there. I know it's pretty early in the season but this is the time I have...

What would you guys recommend? I have ridden at whistler before and obviously loved it (this was in january tho) and wouldn't mind going back there. But also do want to rule out the rockies or other spots in BC.

Any advice would be appreciated

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Should probably also mention I'd consider the possibility of US spots if there would be better chance of early season snow conditions being good, and a bit of nightlife wouldn't be bad either!
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Baker is a must if you're around Vancouver. Same distance as to Whistler, except less touristy and more powder.

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Where are you flying in to? For early December I would be looking at Banff or Whistler. Central BC resorts usually open the first week of December so maybe light on pow. The smart move though is to stay flexible and rent a car so you can follow the pow.

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