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Vegetarian & vegan ski holidays

Being a Vegetarian and not eating any meat, or a Vegan and not eating any animal products is now a much more common diet plan to follow. There are plenty more ski holiday options that can cater to this than there used to be. If you opt for a self-catering holiday, you can shop the local produce and cook your own meals or eat out in resort restaurants. Most menus will specify what is suitable for vegetarians and vegans but do always check with your waiter on how your food is being prepared.

A great option would be to go for a catered chalet where the chalet hosts can adapt their menus for the week and easily cater to your dietary requests. It is essential that you let the chalet know in advance as the in-resort team will need to arrange a separate shopping order. There can sometimes be a small additional fee for Vegan menus as several ingredients are harder to get hold of up a mountain. Alternatively, most ski hotels can offer a vegetarian menu, and some can cater to vegans. It is imperative that you always check with the hotel before booking. We can do this for you just give our sales team a call and be more than happy to help.

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Best ski resorts for Vegetarian & vegans

We have picked out for you the top 5 resorts for vegetarian and vegan dining; these resorts have been chosen for the abundance of eatery choices both up the mountain and in resort.

Chamonix, France

Vegetarian and Vegan friendly restaurants in Chamonix include: L'Adret de la Flégère, Le Chalet du Charamillon, L'Impossible, Monkey, Hibou Deli, Tete a the, Le Delice, Kitsch Inn

Val Thorens, France

Vegetarian and Vegan friendly restaurants in Val Thorens include: Supernova Café, Alpen Art, Chez Pépé Nicolas, L'Auberge des Balcons, Wok Ski, LE RENDEZ VOUS

Tignes, France

Vegetarian and Vegan friendly restaurants in Tignes include: Tignes Cuisine, Tummy, Niurou steakhouse, La Cantine, L'Arti, Mountain Restaurant, La Pizz' de Tignes

St Anton, Austria

Vegetarian and Vegan friendly restaurants in St Anton include: Eldorado Hotel, Hazienda, Galzig Bistrobar, Sennhutte, The Museum Restaurant, San Antonio

Cervinia, Italy

Vegetarian and Vegan friendly restaurants in Cervinia include: Chalet etoile, Igloo Restaurant, Sotto Zero, Bontadini, La Bricole, Un Mare di Neve, La Luge, Wood, Ristorante Pousset

Best ski chalets & hotels for vegetarian & vegans

If you are a vegetarian or vegan, then we would highly recommend booking a Club Med ski holiday as their food selection offers an incredibly large buffet with several different food stations. With breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets included in your Club Med package price you can find a wide variety of styles of food covering most dietary requirements.

Inghams, Ski Total and Esprit Ski chalets can all cater for vegetarians at no extra cost and for vegans at a weekly supplement of £35 per person. Some fantastic Chalet options include: Chalet Soldanella in Selva, Chalet Noella in Val Thorens and Chalet Cristal in St Anton,

Le Ski who offer a terrific selection of chalets in Val d’Isere, Courchevel and La Tania are well known for their excellent chalet hosts and high-quality food. Vegetarian and vegan diets can be catered for with adapted menus, items Le Ski can provide include dairy free spread and soy yoghurts, Soy Goats and Almond milk, Quinoa and other grains and pulses and Tofu.

Ski World are one of the biggest Chalet suppliers with a huge number of properties in a wide range of resorts. Vegans can be catered for with Ski World at a supplement of £29 per person for the week and there is no charge for a week of vegetarian meals. Some great Chalet options with Ski World include: Chalet Benjamin in Courchevel, Chalet Campanula in La Plagne, Chalet Simone in Meribel and Chalet Cirrus in St Anton.

Top tips for Vegetarian & vegans on ski holidays

We know it can be tricky when dietary plans come in to play so we have created a list of top tips for vegetarians & vegans on ski holidays:

  • If you opt to go for a self-catering holiday, we highly recommend looking at HUSKI meal delivery service who deliver premium oven-ready meals to resorts across the French Alps. They can cater for most dietaries and offer a great selection of vegetarian and vegan options.
  • A lot of restaurant menus will have been translated quite poorly into English so it is sometimes best to ask to see the menu in the local language and use a translation app on your phone to ensure you know exactly what you are ordering!
  • It is always best to speak to your waiter whilst in the restaurant and highlight exactly what it is you cannot eat, you will find that a lot of restaurants will happily adapt dishes to meet your requirements.
  • Pizza is widely available in most resorts which is great for a vegetarian option.
  • We would recommend brining along some of your own provisions just in case you do get caught out somewhere that cannot provide you a meal.
  • Speak with your hotel staff or chalet host, the locals really do know the best spots in town and will always be more than happy to help with reservations.

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