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Good resort to take a non-skier with me?

 Poster: A snowHead
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As miranda, says, I'd always be happy in the Alps even if I couldn't ski, as long as I had books, lovely views, nice company in the evening etc. My husband has had a couple of 'ski' holidays when he couldn't ski due to a recurring injury, but the rest of us were out most of the day. He's been perfectly happy with his iPod, books that he never has time to read at home, a walk around the shops or sitting in a cafe with a coffee and book, a comfy base (we always take a sole-occupancy property), and then has met us for an hour in the pub apres ski. He does now manage to ski for at least part of most holidays, but the ones when he couldn't were equally enjoyable, so much so that he actually factors in a 'day off'.

concretejungle, only you and your GF know if these - and the other activities suggested - will appeal, but I think the thread shows that there is usually more to ski resorts than skiing Very Happy
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