Snowboarding/Ski for an entire season Watch

bengreen
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Hi all,

I'm looking into going to the US or Canada for the 09/10 snow season (still quite a way yet), and I was wondering if anybody could possibly give me any advice on things like being able to find a job, finding an apartment etc? I'd be looking into going somewhere like Whistler, or Breckenridge, or somewhere in Utah. Would it be possible to find a job before going? Same question goes with an apartment. I know a visa would be an issue, but that'd be something I'd think about later. I know it's a very general request, but any advice would be appreciated.

I've heard it's possible to get a job which pays for accommodation, food, ski pass, and you get given a little bit of money too. Does anybody know about these at all? One of my friends was telling me about how his friend managed to do it, and he said I could find the info for it on the net (which was no help at all to be honest!).

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Vikrum
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Canadian work Visa's take FOREVER.
Plan it months and months ahead.
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www.natives.co.uk

Season workers website, you CAN find everything you need to know on there.
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