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Colorado Ski - Copper Or Vail

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We're hoping to go to either Copper Mtn or Vail in March, and we'd like to enroll our 5 yr old celiac in ski school.

Has anyone had any experience with kids' ski school and gluten-free eating in either place? The all-day lessons include lunch, and I'm fine to send lunch with her if no options are available, but I'm not sure the ski school will accomodate. I will certainly check, but I'm curious if anyone has any experience with this at either place - I couldn't find anything on the web, even in this forum.

Thanks!

Nina

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The following was accidentally reported by GFmomofsons.

We just went skiing at Mission Ridge in Washington. We had the chili for lunch, and some of us used our gluten-free bread to sop it up. Couldn't have the fries. There might be something your child can eat; you ought to be able to call ahead to make enquiries.

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Hi Nina,

I am Celiac and teach skiing very part time in Vail. I have skied all over Colorado and am always looking for gluten free options.

Most of Vail's on mountain restaurants have gluten free items listed. They are aware of the gluten-free market and I'm hoping there are even more options this year. As of last year, I didn't see any gluten-free designations in Copper. Summit County has several gluten-free options and Vail does, too. I know you posted awhile ago so I hope you get this.

I am happy to help you find gluten-free restaurants, etc when you decide where you are going. We spend a lot of time in both Vail and Summit county so I'd be happy to share info with you. Since I work in Vail, I can also help connect you to a supervisor before you arrive so they know your needs. If you decide on Copper, I would call in advance and ask to speak to a supervisor. Either way, I would stuff a gluten-free sandwich and snacks in your child's pocket just in case. Students can get switched into different classes and unfortunately, everyone doesn't understand our gluten-free needs.

There are some great kids restaurants in Vail (pizza, burgers with gluten-free bun) and Frisco has a lot too but they don't all have the same knowledge of cross contamination. I can share all my "research" with you!

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This might be helpful for others, but the original poster went skiing in 2008. She probably hasn't been on is site in a few years.

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