Roundhouse is where your friends who don't actually ski will be hanging out, three martinis deep by the time you get off the lift. Located halfway up Bald Mountain at a cool 7,700 feet, the Roundhouse is only accessible by chairlift or skis. Assuming you have a reservation or are willing to wait, you can dine by the fire in this Austrian-inspired chalet, built in 1939, while enjoying views of the surrounding mountain ranges. Go for the famous fondue, which comes in small blue cast-iron pots with all kinds of dipping options, like bread, potatoes, grapes, sausage, and apples. The truffle fries, lobster rolls, and Cubano sandwiches are also solid.
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