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2018 Masters Nationals Apres Ski

The fun doesn’t stop when the race is over. A common question from many racers following the race is “what now?” Hitting the slopes for a few more runs or heading back to your hotel, condo or house for some R&R are some good options but there is lots to do in/and around the Okemo/Ludlow area and we hope our visitors take full advantage.
We’ve asked our experts to reveal some of their favorite things to do when they aren’t ripping turns down the mountain.

On Mountain:

Okemo has lots to offer for guests looking to put the skis away for the day. So whether you are looking to relax or get right back outside there is something for you! Click here for more details.
  • Spa/Fitness
    • The Spring House Pool & Fitness Center
      • Whether you are looking to get in a workout, take a few laps in the pool or just relax in the hot tub or sauna, The Spring House has you covered.
      • Day passes range from $4 (age 65+) to $14 for adults.
  • Outdoor Recreation:
    • Fat Bike Rentals
    • Indoor Golf
      • Get a head start on your golf game at The Indoor Golf Training Center at Okemo Valley Nordic Center features a 700-square foot putting green, swing stations and a Computerized Virtual Golf Simulator.

Off Mountain:

Have some down time and looking to do some exploring? Well, you’re in luck! There are tons of things to do not only in Ludlow but in the nearby communities as well.
By most accounts, Ludlow is simply a small ski town that people pass through on their way to Okemo. Similar to other ski towns, Ludlow has many fantastic shops, restaurants and other small businesses. The best part? Most of these locations are in the center of town so you don’t need to worry about driving around and parking.
  • Expert Tip!
    • If you are staying on mountain, jump on one of the free shuttles that run from the mountain into town.
One of Ludlow’s best features, besides its proximity to Okemo and it’s year round charm, is that there are no shortage of restaurants and bars and many of these establishments are located within walking distance from each other.
If you find yourself looking for something other than your typical restaurant bar, I suggest checking out the Wine & Cheese Depot on South Depot St. or Circa 1810 on Main St. Both of these locations offer a more relaxed atmosphere in addition to some great wine. Circa 1810 actually showcases wines from Brook Farm Vineyards, a local VT vineyard just 15 minutes up the road.