Mr. Luxury Ski

While everyone has their favorite resorts, true ski aficionados claim allegiance to one favorite destination. Here's what your choice says about you.

Telluride, Colorado

In the boardroom you're fond of pointing out that the journey is as important as the destination, but all that Taoist mumbo jumbo flies out the window when you finally land in Telluride. This tiny town wrapped by 14,000-foot peaks is the place to be for those who value space and seclusion over see and be seen (just ask longtime residents Ralph Lauren and Tom Cruise). But just because the relaxed vibe has you forgo your furs for Arc'teryx down, there is nothing laid back about the ski conditions: big, bold, and reserved for those willing to venture to this isolated corner of Colorado.

You met your spouse: Over après-ski saketinis and kobe kushiyaki at There Bar

You met your ex: During last call at the Sheridan Opera House

You wouldn't miss: The Telluride Bluegrass Festival

Your go-to non-skiing activity: The Tasting Room at Telluride Brewing Company

Your headache is from: Pitchers of Face Down Brown Ale at the Buck

You're skiing off the calories from: Lobster ravioli with asparagus and a lobster-brandied-cream sauce, course three of five at Alpino Vino, North America's highest gourmet restaurant

The local cause you love is: The Telluride Foundation

Your most-liked Instagram of the trip is of: The middle of Colorado Avenue

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This article originally appeared on Town and Country.