“Any food choice you want you can have, both on and off the mountain.”
Photo courtesy of Amy McDermid, Whistler Blackcomb.
No. 2: Aspen Mountain, Colorado
“The town is charming and has amazing restaurants, and the food on the mountain is outstanding! Just one of the many reasons I cry when I have to leave Aspen.”
Photo courtesy of The Caribou Club.
No. 3: Deer Valley, Utah
“On-mountain dining, while not inexpensive, is the highest quality of any ski area and totally worth the price.”
Photo courtesy of Deer Valley Resort.
No. 4: Sun Valley, Idaho
“The resort dining facilities are so good you’ll probably feel like you’re in Europe.”
Photo courtesy of Sun Valley Resort.
No. 5: Vail, Colorado
“The food and food service here is unparalleled!”
Photo courtesy of Abby Hein, Vail Resorts.
No. 6: Telluride, Colorado
“The town is charming and artsy with great restaurants and some cool local bars and breweries. Also, because it’s a bit of an ‘adventure’ to get to Telluride, nothing is ever crowded!”
Photo courtesy of Telluride Ski Resort.
No. 7: Breckenridge, Colorado
“Plenty of great dining options in Breck’s cute victorian town, great vibes and a fun scene.”
Photo courtesy of Breckenridge Ski Resort.
No. 8: Steamboat, Colorado
“Excellent lodges and bars for quality food and drink on the mountain, and it’s all very accessible.”
Photo courtesy of Larry Pierce, Steamboat Ski Resort.
No. 9: Jackson Hole, Wyoming
“Jackson is an awesome cowboy town with endless food options and a cool western vibe.”
Photo courtesy of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
No. 10: Park City Mountain Resort, Utah
“The town of Park City is so much fun, from great restaurant and dining options to a killer nightlife scene, you really can’t go wrong.”
Photo courtesy of Park City Mountain Resort.
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