Wasn't sure whether to post this in Food&Drink, Resorts, or Family skiing, but I'll give this one a shot.
My 2.5 y/o son had recent anaphylaxis on his first encounter with a tiny amount of peanut. After a bunch of additional tests turned out to be severely allergic to a bunch of other things (tree nuts, sesame, etc.). This has turned any form of travel into an ordeal since options of eating out are extremely limited due to the possibility cross contamination. We've been instructed to always be relatively close to a hospital since in the case of a reaction he is administered epinepherin and must get to the ER pretty fast. His asthma (which is likely exacerbated by height and cold) puts him at a higher risk.
Needless to say, our plans to eventually take a family vacation to a ski resort have taken a major hit.
I'm wondering if anyone on this forum has dealt with food allergies or had ski vacations with food-allergic relatives.
Are there any resorts that offer restaurants that are allergy-safe and that are somewhat close to major hospitals?
Because of my son's sensitivity, we are very averse to rolling the cross-contamination russian roulette. We can't even eat at McDonalds since they often spill Reese's on the food prep area.
Any tips would be appreciated.