Solid drinks served on wood cut coasters set upon a bar made of glass with great music cranking. Great way to end a day on the slopes!
An exciting and lovely sleigh ride up the mountain to a spectacular dining experience! We meet in the bar of the resort, and then are gathered by a bright and beautiful stewardess (who later doubles as maître d'!) to meet our wonderful means of conveyance up the slopes to Uley's Cabin. This is the only way up unless you are... 更多
Stopped here while skiing on the mountain for lunch. We sat outside at the ice bar and ordered from the bar. The "menu" was super limited-chili or chili. Maybe it's different inside but it's pretty basic outside. You can't beat the scenery though! And the drinks were good.
Ride up the mountainside pulled by a snow cat with about 40 people. Freezing cold ( even with the blankets provided for the ride!) cute atmosphere with wood burning fireplace and a welcoming staff. The 5 course meal was excellent. I can't eat raw salmon, so the server did bring me a substitute. They were out of the red wine... 更多
We just stopped in for hot chocolate in front of the fireplace which was awesome. The staff here are very accomodating. We had an amazing lunch here a couple of years ago so we at least have to stop by to warm up with hot cocoa between runs down Lower Twister!
We stopped by Uleys at lunch excepting to have to sit for a long lunch. The staff instead invited us to sit in the cozy couches in front of the fireplace to eat soup, cheese and meats while sipping hot chocolate. Not cheap but delicious food, wonderful service and the renovated ski cabin is beautiful. There is also an ice... 更多
We stopped here a couple days while skiing and ate at the restaurant inside. The restaurant is a little fancier fare, and is very good and worth the money. The bar outside is awesome. Quieter and less busy that the larger on mountain food stop at Paradise Lift. The bartenders were really nice and pleasant to chat with, especially Brent... 更多
Froze our axx off riding in a pontoon with skis being pulled with a giant snow machine. Food was pretty, but but missing flavor. Very long and drawn out. Felt trapped as we had to wait for all 50 people to finished before we were headed back to the pontoon for the trip back. Not worth $110 per person.
I visited During winter about three years back and just booked to re-visit. Sleigh ride up to the cabin. Small nice group for dinner and the food was spectacular. Can not wait to go again, worth the cost.