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Farm-to-Table Dining For Skiers

As the U.S. culinary world regresses to the notion of eating locally and seasonally (and caring where food comes from), farmer’s markets, CSA’s and farm-to-table restaurants are on the rise. The locavore movement is essentially sharing a solid commitment to using primarily naturally-raised and organic ingredients sourced directly from local farms and farmers' markets. Of course, come winter, it's a much bigger challenge. The following ski country eateries are dedicated to keeping it as fresh and local as possible.

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Mountain Farmers Markets

If you’re looking for a farmers market to grab local foods and crafts during your trip to the mountains, we’ve got seven great markets to put on your list. by Colette Maddock

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High-Country Dining

A skier's gotta eat. Be it a piping, hot breakfast, après-ski snacks or a spare-no-expense dinner on the mountain, ski towns know how to fill a belly. Here's an eclectic selection of restaurants, bars and lodges where the grub is sure to satisfy after (or before) a long day on the slopes.

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17th Annual Telluride Blues and Brews Festival

Serving up one last chance to extend the summer, the 17th Annual Telluride Blues and Brews Festival offered world class music and craft beer in a picturesque mountain setting this past weekend. We headed to Town Park to check out the festivities. Telluride Blues and Brews Festival provides the kind of funky, laid back attitude that can only be found in Telluride. At 8,750 feet above sea level, the historic mining town has long been considered the quintessential Colorado concert experience and we would have to agree.