ASPEN, Colo. ( MainStreet) -- Apres-ski in Aspen is often defined by chilled sauvignon blanc, fragrant truffle fires and cheesy fondues shared between fur-trimmed ski bunnies and ogling instructors just off North America's poshest pistes. For some it's a refreshing dose of fun after a long day on the slopes; for others it's the very reason they venture into the snow at all and to these hot spots in America's most famous ski town.In Aspen, post-slope action is best had at some of the area's top hotels. For luxury revelers there's no scene quite like The Little Nell. Apres-ski virgins will want to pass through the hotel's lobby lounge and into the Terrace Bar where a socialite jungle awaits in a spectacular setting of leather sofas and hide-covered stools arranged around a crackling fireplace. From 3 p.m. each day during peak ski season, a showy crowd of Aspenites and visitors peel away their layers of Moncler and Bogner to partake in a flirtatious mingle over bubbly and global tapas that inevitably continues into the evening hours.
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