How do you enjoy après-ski? After a day of cruising down the frosty slopes there are many ways to enjoy the rest of the day and keep that alpine high going. Enjoying a warm fire, having a sweet bite to eat, drinking a hot beverage, dancing in the bars, playing at the Casino…
Here are a few of our favorite ways to do après-ski:
A day in the fresh mountain air was meant to end with a warm drink. If you’ve never tried hot spiced wine, add it to your bucket list! The Shack and La Forge make great versions of it. More of a coffee or tea drinker? With the Bistro au Grain de Café, Café Johannsen, David’s tea and Starbucks right in the pedestrian village, you’re sure to find the brew for you.
Whether around the many fire pits of the pedestrian village or by the warmth of your condo or chalet’s fireplace, let the heat caress those chilly hands and toes.
Go ahead, you’ve earned it! After all those ups and downs on the mountain, treat yourself to something sweet. A piece (or a bag) of candy from the Candy Shop, a Beaver Tail or a classic taffy stick from the Sugar Shack will satisfy any sweet tooth.
Still have too much energy after a full day on the slopes? Go dancing! Le P’tit Caribou is world-renowned for its après-ski festivities. As soon as the lifts stop, and even a bit before, you can dance and play games at this chalet-style bar. Head there later in the evening for a more club-like experience.
For an original way to end your day on the hill, try your luck at the Casino de Mont-Tremblant. Take a panoramic gondola ride to the Soleil side base for great views and a fun time. With weekly musical shows and a top-notch restaurant – the Altitude Seafood & Grill – it’s well worth the trip.