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Special ski holiday for grown up family

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Many thanks to all for your comments and suggestions.

We have decided to go to Whistler and have booked via Ski Safari who have been great and got us some really good savings - many thanks Andrea.

We did think seriously about Japan but in the end the family preferred Canada on this occasion.

Anyone please feel free to give recommendations on places to eat out and drink e.g. where is the best affordable selection of beers? Best food? What non skiing attractions are good?

Wallport
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Jonny Jones wrote:
You can do that just as well in a small uncrowded European resort for half the price with better food (albeit worse beer).


Not sure what you're talking about, it's virtually impossible to drink a bad beer in the Alps unless you go out of your way to find cheap brit, italian or spanish lager. That's not to say North America doesn't have great beer but beer quality are excellent in either side.

On the other hand, food is without a doubt superior in France and Italy by many miles, then I'd say Austria and Switzerland coming in second.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Fly to Salt Lake City [ direct flight with Delta ]

Ski Park City or Deer Valley 3/4 days

Ski Jackson Hole 3/4 days

Snowmobile trip into Yellowstone.
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