Top 10 Ski Towns for Foodies:

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Ski town foodies.

In Italy, people don’t go to ski resorts to ski.  They go to ski resorts to eat.  Eateries at Italian ski resorts serve world class food that sends foodies flocking.  There are some other ski towns on Earth with some spectacular food as well.

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. – Fodors

 

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Courchevel, France

TOP 10 SKI TOWNS FOR FOODIES:

by Christina Valhouli/Fodors

#1:  COURCHEVEL, FRANCE

“This Alpine town has more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other ski resort.”

#2:  STOWE, VERMONT

#3:  WHISTLER, BRITISH COLUMBIA

#4:  VAIL, COLORADO

#5:  ZERMATT, SWITZERLAND

Niseko
Freedom Inn in Niseko has some good eats.

#6:  NISEKO, JAPAN

#7:  TELLURIDE, COLORADO

#8:  CORTINA, ITALY

#9:  PARK CITY, UTAH

#10:  TAOS, NEW MEXICO

 


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