Owners Joy and Geir Vik say The Viking Yurt’s extravagant adventure/dining experience attracts worldwide dining connoisseurs and locals alike. Though day skiers can enjoy lunch, evening dining remains the main attraction. A snowcat-pulled sleigh leaves the resort base at 6 p.m. for a 25-minute ride gaining 1,000 vertical feet. The city lights twinkle as the sun sets over the mountains. At the top, a blazing wood stove, homey lighting, a baby-grand piano and wood accents bring the yurt to life—romantic indeed. Patrons are welcomed with hot glogg—a Norwegian berry-based beverage—before the chef introduces the evening’s meal. The first course is a soup, followed by salad, then a Kobe-beef entree. The sorbet palate cleanser is served in rock dishes that Joy brought back from Norway. The cheese course is served on an aspen plank and, finally, whiskey apple pie finishes the six courses. The 4 1/2 hour dinner and unforgettable evening end with a sleighride down the moonlit slopes under the stars.