• Flickr/Topnotch Resort & Spa

    Ski Resorts for Nonskiers

    Lots of ski resorts offer diversions for nonskiers, but these places stand apart as compelling destinations in their own right. The skiing isn’t too shabby either.

  • Gasteinertal Tourismus

    Ski Resorts for Nonskiers - Bad Gastein, Austria

    Like the aristocrats of years past, visitors still "take the waters" at more than a dozen spas in Bad Gastein whether for relaxation or to treat ailments, such as arthritis, asthma, and allergies.

  • Flickr/Pinkiwinkitinki

    Ski Resorts for Nonskiers - Megève, France

    Lots of resort towns have good restaurants, but few have as many – that are as good – as Megève, France. The town has a clutch of Michelin-rated eateries.

  • Photos.com

    Ski Resorts for Nonskiers - Mont Tremblant, Canada

    It's as much the bustling town of Mont Tremblant that earns praise as the mountain itself. The village has a rich stock of international restaurants and one of the best après-ski scenes in the East.

  • Park City Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau/Dan Campbell

    Ski Resorts for Nonskiers - Park City, Utah

    Park City is good for anyone interested in exploring a rich cultural scene. Fixtures include the Kimball Art Center, the historic Egyptian Theatre, and of course, and the Sundance film festival.

  • Photos.com

    Ski Resorts for Nonskiers - Sierra Nevada, Spain

    In Granada, Spain, nonskiers can spend days exploring the Alhambra, a hilltop fortress palace that was the last Moorish stronghold in Spain and today is one of the world's most exquisite landmarks.

  • Flickr/Topnotch Resort & Spa

    Ski Resorts for Nonskiers - Stowe, Vermont

    A refuge for East Coast city dwellers, peaceful Stowe, Vermont is synonymous with laid-back living. Set on 120 unspoiled acres, Topnotch Resort & Spa resembles a traditional English country manor.

  • Sun Valley Resort

    Ski Resorts for Nonskiers - Sun Valley, Idaho

    In Sun Valley, Idaho, the Hemingways and Gables have given way to Eastwoods and Schwarzeneggers, but even the new galleries, spas, and boutiques work in the town's frontier spirit.

  • El Monte Sagrado Living Resort

    Ski Resorts for Nonskiers - Taos, New Mexico

    El Monte Sagrado Living Resort in Taos, New Mexico consists of 84 huge and distinctive rooms, suites, and cottages, some with yards and private Jacuzzis. The holistic spa is truly a standout.

  • Nita Lake Lodge

    Ski Resorts for Nonskiers - Whistler Blackcomb, Canada

    At Whistler Blackcomb, those seeking quiet should try the new Nita Lake Lodge on the shores of Nita Lake (there’s a free shuttle to the village), a rare boutique hotel amid so many mammoth ones.

  • Coeur des Alpes

    Ski Resorts for Nonskiers - Zermatt, Switzerland

    The small but airy Coeur des Alpes in Zermatt, Switzerland, has its own glass elevator-within-a-mountain entrance, as well as spectacular vistas from every room and suite.

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