The well worn saying where I live is "just another day in paradise". And they are right. Been living in and around ski towns for last 30+ years, mainly in Utah & Colorado. I absolutely love it, and there is something to look forward to in both summer and winter. In fact, I am probably more socially active in winter, with many of my friends spending the days skiing together. Where I grew up in the midwest, winter was something people just grinded through. Here, we all look forward to the first snow. In fact we are due for our first snowfall this weekend. WooHooo!
I actually don't like advertising the place where I live, because growth is always an issue in such a beautiful place. I've seen too many towns lose some of that charm when they are 'discovered'. As they say, everyone wants to come here and then shut the door behind them
The only upside to growth is that our real estate values go up as well.
The prime ski town locations will get the best healthcare providers because they WANT to live there. I know several top medical professionals in their field, and they came here for the lifestyle. They could make better money elsewhere, but they chose this instead.