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Hit the Slopes: What’s New for Ski Season this Year by Justin Paul


Hit the Slopes: What’s New for Ski Season this Year by Justin Paul, Bergen County Moms


Wilderness hot-spring treks, dining pop-ups, a new resort, and turndown sleep aids are among the ski-country innovations this season.


Colorado


Dante NYC, a 1915-vintage West Village café, has moved into the 179-room St. Regis Aspen for a yearlong residency. By day, guests can borrow a BMW X7 to explore the area, and by night, pop a SugarBear melatonin-laced vitamin gummy for a better rest. Virtuoso travelers receive breakfast daily and a $100 dining credit.


Aspen’s 99-room Hotel Jerome will host Manhattan coffee brewer Felix Roasting Co. for the season, hold evening salons curated by the Aspen Art Museum, and send guests on horse-drawn-sleigh rides around town with a local historian. Virtuoso travelers receive breakfast daily and a $100 dining credit.


All 134 rooms at Telluride’s Madeline Hotel & Residences have been remodeled to bring high-country colors indoors. Outdoor attractions include new dinnertime sleigh rides and outings that combine waterfall ice-climbing, ziplining, and rappelling. Virtuoso travelers receive breakfast daily and a $100 resort credit.



Hit the Slopes: What’s New for Ski Season this Year by Justin Paul, Bergen County Moms

Post-slope relief at Caldera House.


Montana


Montage Big Sky debuts in December 2021 with 125 ski-in/ski-out rooms primed for first tracks on the slopes of the nearly 6,000-acre Big Sky Resort. Virtuoso travelers receive breakfast daily and a $100 resort credit.


Wyoming


Skiers at Jackson Hole’s 40-room Amangani can now take guided snowmobile or dogsled outings to soak in natural hot springs in the Gros Ventre Range. On-property Zen: new sound baths. Virtuoso travelers receive breakfast daily and a $100 dining credit.


Nearby, the eight-room Caldera House pairs guests with a naturalist guide for a snowshoeing safari in Grand Teton National Park. Virtuoso travelers receive breakfast daily and a $100 dining credit.


Hit the Slopes: What’s New for Ski Season this Year by Justin Paul, Bergen County Moms

A Fairmont Gold one-bedroom suite in Whistler.


British Columbia


Some $14 million went into renovating and expanding the 519-room Fairmont Chateau Whistler’s Gold Club floor. Guests have access to a private lounge with all-day food-and-beverage service. Virtuoso travelers receive breakfast daily and a $100 dining credit.


Hit the Slopes: What’s New for Ski Season this Year by Justin Paul, Bergen County Moms

Four Seasons Whistler’s vintage trailer bar.


The 273-room Four Seasons Resort and Residences Whistler expands its culinary lineup with Braidwood Tavern, serving 14-beer flights and duck poutine in a cabinlike setting – après we go! Outside, Tipsy Snowman dispenses s’mores fixings and spiked hot chocolate from a vintage trailer. Virtuoso travelers receive breakfast daily and a $100 dining credit.


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