Thanks to Mother Nature, this year’s ski season has been a time to remember for many. Hard to even believe that it was only four months ago that there was so much whining and sniveling due to the lack of early season snow. So … If you don’t want to miss out on another great season, there is no time like the present to start job searching, house hunting and formulating a plan to give mountain living a go.
Now that the winter season is coming to a close, ski town based employers are getting ready for the busy hiring season ahead. Local companies looking for full-time career employees tend to do the bulk of their recruiting during the late spring/summer months and resorts/hotels begin their summer hiring now. Moving in and out of ski towns generally happens in the spring and the fall when it is easier to find housing, seasonal jobs turnover and the weather is more favorable for a big move .
Not only is it a smart time to start your job search and relocation plan … if you have been thinking Colorado or Tahoe, it is a great time to check out the new (and affordable) Epic Ski Pass offered by Vail Resorts for the 2008-2009 ski season.
Quoted from their website … New for the 08-09 season, The Epic Season Pass offers Unrestricted (no blackout dates) and Unlimited (where you want, when you want) access to Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Heavenly. It’s enough to excite the senses and, at $579, boggle the mind.
Probably wise to grab this sooner than later. The offer notes …
All prices subject to change. Passes are non-transferable and non-refundable.
The Epic Season Pass must be purchased by November 15, 2008.
Bottom line is … if you are looking for the mountain lifestyle, the time for change is now!