On our first day skiing Snowmass Mountain, we went to Ullrhof for lunch. It's located mid-mountain, near the bottom of the Big Burn chair lift. I had contacted the Executive Chef of Aspen Snowmass Dining, Jim Butchart, in advance of our trip to find out what restaurants on Aspen, Snowmass, Aspen Highlands, and Buttermilk mountains had gluten-free options. Virtually all of the restaurants on the four mountains do. This casual burger joint, with outdoor deck seating as well as a large interior room, took good care of us. They made gluten-free chicken tenders AND fries, both in a dedicated fryer in back (and both were delicious). They also have gluten-free buns for their burgers, milkshakes, and typically have gluten free chocolate chip cookies and brownies on hand. The kids meals, which our son got (burger with GF bun and fries) come with two "sides," like yogurt, fruit, raw veggies, milk or juice. The chef also pointed out that many of the gourmet salads and soups are gluten-free (just ask, since the soups change daily). I had the tomato basil soup, which was gluten-free and very good. The chili is gluten-free, too. It is pricey for casual fare, but it is par for the course for Aspen! I was so impressed with how seriously they took our gluten-free request, when they found out our son had Celiac. The staff is so polite and professional, too. A good experience all-around. I will be reviewing more slopeside dining establishments as the week goes on!