Your Guide To Après-Ski

Of course, tearing down the slope, hitting side kickers and then meeting your friends at the chair lift to talk about the lines you just rode is great, but we all know that après-ski is the most thrilling part of skiing!

No matter if you are a beginner or a pro, there is nothing quite like enjoying a few cold beers or cocktails with your friends after a day on the slopes.

Like everything in life, there are rules. Granted, these may be a bit different than you’re used to, but rest assured if you break them, you're breaking the unwritten rules of the mountain.

Before we get into the rules, let's define some things.  

What is Après-ski?

Apres-ski is the term for activities that take place after a day of skiing. This can include anything from resting in the bar or restaurant to participating in more active pursuits such as music or dancing.

Après-ski is a wonderful way to gather together with your friends after a day on the slopes. There's nothing quite like kicking back with a cold drink and some good company to relax and celebrate an early spring season. Whether you're looking for a quiet place to relax or somewhere with live music and dancing, there's sure to be an après-ski spot that fits the bill.

There are plenty of restaurants and bars where you can enjoy some food and drinks. Be sure to check out the après ski scene in your area to find the best places to relax.

There are many different ways to enjoy après-ski. Some people prefer to relax in a bar or restaurant, enjoying drinks and food while taking in the views. Others might choose to participate in more active pursuits, such as music or dancing.

There are also plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities, such as snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, or hiking. Whatever your preference, there is sure to be something to enjoy after a day on the slopes.

Where is the best Après-Ski?

Après-ski is a great way to wind down after a day on the slopes. There are plenty of restaurants and bars where you can enjoy some food and drinks. The après ski scene can vary depending on the area, so be sure to do your research before heading out.

Some of the best places to après-ski include:

  • La Folie Douce - The pinnacle of après-ski, this bar is always packed with people looking to have some fun. 
  • Harry's Bar in St. Anton, Austria - This bar is known for its lively atmosphere and great music. Be prepared to party all night long at Harry's!
  • Yodler in Zermatt, Switzerland - This bar has a relaxed atmosphere with unbeatable views of the Matterhorn mountain. It's the perfect place to enjoy a few drinks after a long day on the slopes.

Another great option is The Pub at The Gant in Aspen, Colorado. This bar has an outdoor deck that offers gorgeous views of the Rocky Mountains.

What to wear at après-ski?

In the colder months, going out after a day on the slopes is a popular pastime. Many people like to go to bars or clubs, but what should you wear? Heading to an après-ski bar can be a lot of fun, but it’s important to dress appropriately. You don’t want to spend your time there cold and uncomfortable!

Here are some tips for what to wear at an après-ski bar:

-Wear layers so you can adjust your clothing as needed.

-Make sure all of your clothes are warm and waterproof.

-Wear comfortable shoes that will keep your feet warm and dry.

-Try to avoid wearing anything too flashy or attention-grabbing. You want to blend in with the other guests at the bar.

If you're looking to enjoy some après-ski action, there are a few things you'll need to know. The most important thing is to dress warmly - many après venues are outdoor restaurants or bars, and it can be cold once the sun goes down.

You'll also want to bring along your sense of adventure and enthusiasm for having a good time! And finally, don't forget your wallet - après-ski can be expensive but it's definitely worth it for an enjoyable experience.

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