World’s 10 Best Ski Towns for Foodies

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From Fodor’s:

“At far too many ski areas across North America, the slopeside food options are dismal, consisting of little more than hamburgers, pizza, and wings eaten off plastic trays. But that doesn’t have to be the case. In fact, some of the world’s best ski areas are known as much for their food as for their slopes and snowfall. For apres-ski cocktails overlooking the French Alps in Courchevel to a multicourse meal at the top of Telluride, here’s where we go to ski and savor.”

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  1. Courchevel, France
  2. Stowe, Vermont
  3. Whistler, British Columbia
  4. Vail, Colorado
  5. Zermatt, Switzerland
  6. Niseko, Japan
  7. Telluride, Colorado
  8. Cortina, Italy
  9. Park City, Utah
  10. Taos, New Mexico

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Plus this:

“The low-key resort of Taos has a surprisingly good mix of restaurants, which are deeply rooted in Southwest and Mexican cuisine but it’s easy to find French, Italian, and Asian food too. “

 

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