I guess most of my list would center on Europe.
-ski the Vallee Blanche, 12 miles/9000' vertical intermediate run with great scenery above Chamonix, France: http://www.chamonix.net/english/skiing/valleeblanche/valleeblanche.htm
-take the glacier express train ride from St. Moritz to Zermatt and ski at both places: http://www.glacierexpress.ch/theglacierexpress.php
-ski the Sella Ronda circuit in the Italian Dolomites: http://www.dolomitesworld.com/sellaronda/?ln=EN
-do a ski week in France's Les 3 Vallees: http://www.les3vallees.com/ski/ski-three-valleys.html
-I'm interested in Western Canada, actually Banff/Lake Louise more than W/B, but both would be great.
-Never been to Jackson Hole, but concerned that my age, fitness and skills have diminished to a point where I couldn't really do it justice, same with a heli skiing trip
-I'd love to take Amtrak and make a grand 3 week tour of US, skiing at Winter Park, Sunlight/Aspen, Utah, North Lake Tahoe, then return via Mt Hood, Idaho, Whitefish Mtn MT, but that would certainly have to wait for retirement years.
-I need to ski Stowe. Only time I was there, 1971, I had to stick to Spruce Peak under parental orders due to recent broken arm.
-some of the above will never happen, but one thing I hope to realize in a few years is living slopeside or nearly slopeside for extended winter periods as a retired person, probably at a good second tier ski area either in New England or the Rockies. If I had that kind of daily access to good skiing it might lessen interest in some of the more exotic items on bucket list.
-knocked off a minor bucket list item last month with a fine, first time ski trip to Quebec enjoying two of their best areas, Mont Sainte Anne and Le Massif.
Bucket lists are very self indulgent. As a family guy I'd definitely have to bring family/friends along to ease my guilt :-)