Gluten-Free Ski Snacks

It’s that time of the year again where winter sports fans across the country are glued to the weather forecast hoping for snow. Whether it’s skiing, snowboarding or sledding that has your heart racing at the first snowflake, you’ll need plenty of gluten-free energy for hitting the slopes.


So what are some great gluten-free snacks to pack for your weekend on the slopes?

  • Nuts and seeds
  • Dried fruit
  • Single serving packets of peanut or other nut butters – Justin’s and Artisana are great.
  • Home-made trail mix
  • Gluten-free pretzels
  • Avocado with salt packets
  • Boiled eggs
  • Gluten-free granola
  • Gluten-free protein bars
  • Gluten-free crackers
  • Chocolate or candy bars – Check which brands are gluten-free in our Grocery Guide.

Once you’re back in your chalet and looking for something to warm yourself up, try some gluten-free hot chocolate, heated almond or soy milk with honey and nutmeg, hot tea with maple syrup or a big mug of Irish coffee!

Do you have any favorite gluten-free snacks for cold-weather exercising this season?

Post authored by The Gluten-Free Traveller.

6 thoughts on “Gluten-Free Ski Snacks”

  1. Vail and Beaver Creek have gluten free options all over the mountain and in many of the restaurants in the villages. Imagine my boys excitement when we found gluten-free brownies at the Two-elk Lodge on top of Vail. Unfortunately, the brownies are not there every day – or maybe they just run out.

  2. I’ll typically pack things like fruit, string cheese, some chips or crackers, a variety of little things like that. Or I’ll stop at Subway on my way to the mountain since all locations in Oregon have gluten free bread now.

  3. Deer Valley in Utah also has a lot of GF options. Soups are labeled, and GF bread is available at the sandwich area. I was thrilled to learn this!

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