The 20 Best Mountain Towns in America

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  1. gjamh
    gjamh says:

    OMG What happend to Aspen Colorado?? Why is that nice town not on this list?? I`ve been several times there, and some others here you did show,!! I Liked Taos New Mexico btw a lot too! The good thing is i saw some Aspen trees on your video, into very nice colours they change, and the sound of them when the wind blows is stunning!! Too bad they wont grow in The Netherlands, took some shoots with me, but did not want to stay here…:((

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  2. bobby caler
    bobby caler says:

    I think that any mountain town that depends on tourism doesn't really give you the true mountain town experience. That being said,. Bonner's Ferry, ID has the real mountain town vibe.

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  3. Matt Stone
    Matt Stone says:

    Attention all whiners…. Tourists and rich people flock to the best places. Good luck finding some amazing place that isn't full of rich people and tourists. It doesn't exist except in the minds of those who do mental gymnastics, convincing themselves that where they live is so awesome because everyone there is poor and no one wants to visit.

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  4. Matt Stone
    Matt Stone says:

    Snowmass? That's a bunch of condos, not a town. Frisco? That's a beefed up rest area off of I-70. Did you forget that California, Oregon, and Washington have mountains? This is the dumbest list ever. Like 6 of these towns are in the top 20.

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  5. Truth- Dickhead
    Truth- Dickhead says:

    if you're talking about strictly scenery, you got it pretty good, about a thousand Alternatives equally good. if you're talking about good place to live, that's a whole different animal! I grew up in Summit County, and tried to live in two other locations on your film, the truth is a lot uglier than the scenery. ridiculous( San Francisco level) rent, shit selection of jobs, weather that looks like a die-hard commercial half of the year. 20 or 30 below zero with
    blowing snow is a lot more fun on television, then from being out there in it trying to start your car to get to work..!!

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