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The 10 Best Ski Resorts for People Who Don’t Ski

The Active Times Logo By Diana Gerstacker of The Active Times | Slide 1 of 10: The mountain is not just for skiers and boarders anymore. From fat biking to dog sledding, there are more outdoor activities than you could possibly imagine and those more interested in fine dining, bar hopping, spa treatments, live music and epic slope-side celebrations can certainly find their fit among the snowy peaks as well. Major ski resorts have made a conscious effort to become more than just their slopes and the on-mountain improvements have been mirrored by off-mountain developments. If you haven’t checked these popular ski spots out recently, you should see why they’re great for people who don’t ski too.

The Best Ski Resorts for People Who Don’t Ski

The mountain is not just for skiers and boarders anymore. From fat biking to dog sledding, there are more outdoor activities than you could possibly imagine and those more interested in fine dining, bar hopping, spa treatments, live music and epic slope-side celebrations can certainly find their fit among the snowy peaks as well. Major ski resorts have made a conscious effort to become more than just their slopes and the on-mountain improvements have been mirrored by off-mountain developments. If you haven’t checked these popular ski spots out recently, you should see why they’re great for people who don’t ski too.
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