après-ski

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après-ski

a. social activity following a day's skiing
b. (as modifier): an après-ski outfit
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The 68-year-old 'King of Apres-Ski' has played the Moose every day for 26 years - possibly the longest DJ residency of all time.
In the heart of Snowmass Village (with its celebrated apres-ski s'mores cart), the 99-room ski in/ski out property's top-drawer amenities -- two pools, an outdoor skating rink, a five-story indoor climbing wall, a lobby and restaurant with a bean bag chair-studded game area and a ski valet -- are the definition of family fabulous.
And if you want your apres-ski to be a little more lively, there's the infamous MooserWirt and Krazy Kanguruh bars.
Enjoy apres-ski drinks, but take care - alcohol and altitude can be a dangerous combination
"The APA grew out of our attempts at brewing the perfect apres-ski beer, but it turned into basically a great apres-anything beer."
When I was growing up in Salt Lake City, having skied at the area's resorts since I was 5 years old, the very name of Utah's only Forbes-rated five-star hotel conjured luxe apres-ski images in my mind.
APRES-SKI. "When I'm not skiing, I hang with my friends.
APRES-SKI ATTIRE With technical wear hanging out to dry for the next day on the slopes, the stylish snow bunny can come out to play with an apres-ski wardrobe.
With plenty of seats, good and affordable food, a wood-fired pizza operation, and the tim and lively Tallulah's Tavern for apres-ski entertainment, the lodge is the place to relax when not cruising on the mountain.
An apres-ski meal in the hotel's Garden Terrace comes served on local pottery, fired in kilns run on recycled cooking oil from the Jerome kitchens.
The snow might have not been as thick on the ground as desired, but the apres-ski was reportedly worth the journey alone.
A survey for moneysupermarket.com found that they preferred to pose in their skiwear and enjoy apres-ski drinks instead.