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6 cozy ski getaways on Airbnb where hitting the slopes is totally optional

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There are many draws to a mountainside skiing getaway, obviously including practicing the aforementioned snow sport. But, don’t forget beautiful snow-blanketed chalets, après-skiwear, and the opportunity to re-create *that* scene from Dumb and Dumber.

Plus, in your regular day-to-day life, it’s not so easy to just go skiing whenever you want—and that reality adds a bit of magic to the whole thing (even if you’d rather stay inside, by a fire, swaddled in the coziest fabrics to make all your hygge dreams come true).

Across the country, continent, and world, endless ski towns are brimming with snow-dusted magic that’ll fulfill your wanderlust. From Airbnb, these are some of the most bookable spots where you can stay.

Keep scrolling to see the snowy locales.

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1. Aspen, Colorado, $205 per night

For those who want all the features of a ski vacation minus the actual skiing part, this cozy home is close to the heart of town, which offers many activities for the less athletically inclined.

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2. Whistler, Canada, $123 per night

Part of the culture in this ski town is hitting an outdoor hot tub after a day of snow sports. This home is modern yet cozy, and its amenities include a hut tub and a heated pool.

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3. Grainau, Germany, $450 per night

Inclusive of all of the modern and minimal design you’d expect of a German home, this Airbnb also features a log-cabin sauna, which sounds like the perfect place to relax your muscles after a day of hitting the slopes.

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4. Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France, $392 per night

Nestled into a mountainside and facing the Mont Blanc mountain, this five-bedroom home in the French Alps is an ideal place to have your hygge-filled family reunion.

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5. Zermatt, Switzerland, $157 per night

Basically all of Switzerland is absurdly picturesque, but Zermatt is a whimsical mountain village that looks like it was plucked straight from the pages of Harry Potter book (you can get in the mystical spirit and wear your Hogwarts-themed athleisure). The local hosts seasonal activities that run the gamut from the expected (skiing, snowboarding) to the more unique (public outdoor ice-skating and curling rinks).

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6. Mont-Tremblant, Canada, $203 per night

You can ski directly in and out of this Quebec gem, which is pretty much the ultimate snow-bunny dream.

If you’re heading on your tundra vacation don’t forget to pack your fluffy teddy bear coat and some heat-tech leggings.