Ski Destinations for the Nonskier

I freely admit that the allure of skiing escapes me.

I used to ski, when I was in high school and college, but it was definitely more about the apres-ski activities and less about the slopes themselves. And now, older and wiser, I just prefer to skip the whole thing altogether and vacation somewhere warmer.

But I do certainly work with clients on ski vacations, and have seen my share of families in conflict over what to do about the nonskiers (or the “not-fully-committed, might ski if it’s really nice and sunny out” skiers), so I was interested to see this article  in USA Today about the best ski resorts for nonskiers.

I’ve only been to one of them personally (Stowe, VT), but I do agree with that choice. What do you think about the others?

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