Our Complete Guide to Ski Town Bars - Ski Mag

Our Complete Guide to Ski Town Bars

The recipe for the perfect ski day starts with as many shots of powder as you can handle, chased by a visit to the best bar in town. Here's a guide from Skiing Magazine to ski country's most celebrated watering holes. Don't see your favorite dive anywhere? Leave a comment so we can all go there too.
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* Check out Skiing Magazine's 34 Reasons to Drink in a Ski Town (not that you needed any).

* You spoke. We listened! Check out user's opinions of the 34 Reasons to Drink in a Ski Town and see if someone else agrees about missing your favorite bar.

* Wondering if altitude will really get you more drunk? Check this out.

* Ski towns are infamous for having way more dudes than ladies around. Make sure you don't get hit on more than you want to.

* Bored with your regular apres-ski beer? The signature drinks at these ski-town bars will help you mix things up.

* Feeling a little wobbly? Here are four hangover-inducing brews.

* Need to fill your stomach before attempting that shot-ski? Here are our Top 10 Apres Foods

* Want to know where to find the hot spots? Check out Skiing Magazine's Best Resorts for Apres-Ski: 2008-09

* Learn from a Local: Check out what 40 Years of Drinking Around Lake Tahoe gets you.

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Every local has their favorite watering hole and every ski town has some great ones. While we can’t guarantee that a visit to one of these bars will give you that warm fuzzy, “I’m home, mom” feeling, we can say that if you’re looking for a warm place with cold beer to end up when your day is finished, these fine establishments should be at the top of your list. And if your favorite isn’t here, don’t be shy, let us know by posting your recommendations in the “comments” section below. —Tom Winter