Just needing some advice.
I want to do a snow season in Canada. However I'm worried I'll arrive too late to get a job with the mountain. I don't fly into Canada until 23rd November due to uni exams. So I was thinking of doing the working holiday club where they set you up with a job but they've told me Whistler is sold out, which is where I wanted to go. Is it possible to arrive late November and find a job/accom in Whistler?
They're trying to get me to go to Big White, Panorama or kicking horse. I've already done a season at Vail and absolutely loved it and I'm worried I'll find those mountains too small for a whole season.
Mountains I'm also considering just rocking up at to look for working after 23rd Nov Red Mountain, Sunshine Village, Fernie. Any suggestions?
About me - intermediate snowboarder/female/easy going/ loads of hospitality experience
I've been going to whistler a bit lately.
Just this past Sunday I longboarded around after snowboarding for a couple hours.
This is something I thought when I was riding around, & I'm not makin' this up.
Everyone who lives & works there is a weirdo.
No shit, every single person that walks by you can easily tell whether they live there or not.
Green hair, shit in your face, huge holes in your ears, all those people live there.
They all have jobs, or most of them anyway.
If you look normal, better yet hot?
You'll get hired the first place you walk in to.
They'll tell weirdo boy to beat it right then.
Another thing I noticed
If you wear dirty clothes with like a mustard stain on the front, haven't shaved in a month & it looks like you combed your hair with a pork chop.
You'll have a chic on each arm.
If you shower, wear clean clothes & don't make people gag when you walk by.
You be playin' captain cord puller every night.