With wedding season on the horizon, many eager grooms and brides to-be are beginning to hatch masterplans for their own farewells to single life. Let Ski.com help take the stress out of planning the absolute best ski, bachelor or bachelorette trip and focus on getting the gang back together instead.

Vail, CO

Vail Bachelor Ski Trip
Drop into married life the right way | Photo Credit: Vail Mountain

Best suited for: Bachelorettes

While everyone knows Vail is the biggest skiing in Colorado, its underrated and bustling nightlife often goes unrecognized. High dollar cocktail bars, slopes for all abilities, world-class spas to heal all aches make Vail Village a great option for Bachelorettes looking to let their hair down.

Where to eat: Matsuhisa Sushi, Almresi Vail, Terra Bistro

Where to drink: The Red Lion, The George, Shakedown Bar

Where to stay: The Lodge At Vail

With an unbeatable location in the midst of Vail Village, the Lodge at Vail offers exceptional access to skiing, shopping, and nightlife. An inviting accommodation with great service and amazing in-house dining, guests can expect total satisfaction while staying at this classic Vail lodge.

Whistler, BC

Whistler Bachelor Ski Trip
Specialty shots at Barefoot Bistro | Photo Credit: Jackson Lebsack / Ski.com

Best suited for: Bachelors and Bachelorettes

Being just an hour and a half from the Vancouver International Airport (YVR), getting to Whistler Blackcomb is a cinch for those flying in for a long weekend of skiing, apres, and whatever else goes past midnight. As the biggest ski resort in North America, it’s virtually impossible to get bored here and when the skiing is done for the day, Whistler Village offers up plenty of options for fine dining and drinks.

Where to eat: Rimrock Cafe, Barefoot Bistro, Creekbread

Where to drink: Garibaldi Lift Co, Merlin’s Bar and Grill, Bar Oso

Where to stay: Cascade Lodge

A premiere property in Whistler Village North, the Cascade Lodge offers great proximity to the mountain via a short shuttle to the base village. Being slightly removed, guests can avoid the hustle and bustle and instead sleep in late before getting out on the slopes in the afternoon.

Jackson Hole, WY

Jackson Bachelor Ski Trip
Tram dock beers with the boys | Photo Credit: The Rolling Van / Ski.com

Best suited for: Bachelors

Featuring some of the most challenging skiing in North America as well as a happening downtown, Jackson Hole is a dream location for those looking to push their abilities in big terrain while also satiating their appetite for big nights out on the town. If live music is what your group seeks, the Pink Garter Theater hosts world-class musicians all year long.

Where to eat: The Local, Snake River Grill, Big Hole Bar BBQ

Where to drink: The Rose, The Silver Dollar Bar, The Mangy Moose

Where to stay: Mountain Modern Motel

Located in central Jackson Hole, Mountain Modern Motel is a great option for those in need of comfortable and stylish lodging with close proximity to Jackson’s lively town square. Innovative room designs include gear closets and utilitarian kitchens, making this a great base camp for Teton sized adventures.

Park City, UT

Park City Bachelor Ski Trip
No shortage of spirits at High West Distillery | Photo Credit: Jackson Lebsack / Ski.com

Best suited for: Bachelorettes

One of the easiest to access ski resorts in the American west, Park City is way more than just great skiing. Besides being the host to the annual Sundance Film Festival, this mountain town is known far and wide for its happening downtown strip that features a plethora of galleries, restaurants, shopping, and cocktail bars.

Where to eat: Twisted Fern, Yuki Yama Sushi, Chimayo

Where to drink: High West Saloon, No Name Saloon, Butcher’s Chop House & Bar

Where to stay: The Snow Flower

The ski-in ski-out Snow Flower Condominiums boast direct access to the Three Kings, First Time, and Eagle chairlifts at Park City Mountain. This clean and cozy condominium offers outdoor spa facilities, underground parking, as well as a shuttle service to the Canyons and Deer Valley.

Aspen, CO

Aspen Bachelor Ski Trip
Popping bottles at Cloud Nine is a right of passage for any bachelor or bachelorette party | Photo Credit: Ashley LaMarre / Ski.com

Best suited for: Bachelors and Bachelorettes

Aspen’s nightlife is hard to beat and when you add in 4 world class mountain resorts to the mix, it’s clear why this destination is so great for bachelor/bachelorette trips. Staying in downtown Aspen, visitors have an endless menu of restaurants and watering holes. Add in famed music venues like the Belly Up and Wheeler Theater and you’ve got one of the best places to party in all of ski country.

Where to eat: Matsuhisa Sushi, Whitehouse Tavern, Clark’s Oyster Bar

Where to drink: J-Bar, The Red Onion, Belly Up

Where to stay: Limelight Aspen

A luxurious hotel in the downtown Aspen, The Limelight Aspen puts its guests just two blocks away from the Silver Queen Gondola at the base of Aspen Mountain. And did we mention the one-of-a-kind outdoor pool and hot tubs?

Breckenridge, CO

Breck Bachelor Ski Trip
The magnificent town of Breckenridge | Photo Credit: Jackson Lebsack / Ski.com

Best suited for: Bachelors

With one of the best mountain town vibes in all of North America, it’s no wonder why Breckenridge is a sought after destination for Bachelor ski trips. The Summit County ski resort features a magical combination of on and off mountain activities that will keep any group entertained for the entirety of their trip.

Where to eat: Relish, Hearthstone, Columbine Cafe

Where to drink: Ollie’s Pub and Grill, Mi Casa Restaurant and Cantina, Breckenridge Brewery

Where to stay: Pine Ridge 

The centrally located, Pine Ridge condominiums are a perennial favorite for those looking for ski-in ski-out accommodations with easy access to main street Breckenridge. The property includes two outdoor hot tubs and each room sports modern furnishings and cushy bedding.


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