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SEVEN SPRINGS, Pa. –Seven Springs Mountain Resort and Hidden Valley Resort announced today two new ways to enjoy both resorts this winter – The Highlands Pass and The Highlands Ticket providing skiers and snowboarders with access to two resorts featuring 64 slopes and trails and 10 terrain parks on 395 acres of skiable terrain.
The Highlands Pass features unlimited skiing and snowboarding, any time, any day during the 2013-2014 season at both resorts. Existing Seven Springs and Hidden Valley passholders can upgrade to The Highlands Pass for $50 and $100, respectively. For those who do not currently have either season pass, The Highlands Pass starts at $599.
“The Highlands Pass provides our skiers and snowboarders with the opportunity to experience two distinct mountains throughout the winter,” said Eric Mauck, the resorts’ Chief Executive Officer. “Guests of both resorts now have easier access to twice as much terrain in the Laurel Highlands.”
The Highlands Ticket will be available for purchase during weekends this winter. This ticket provides unlimited skiing or snowboarding at both resorts from 9 a.m., Friday through closing that Sunday, and starts at $163.
“The Highlands Ticket is just one example of package offerings at both resorts to draw even more guests to the Laurel Highlights,” said Mauck. “By offering one vacation at two resort destinations, our hope is to draw even more visitors from regional markets such as Washington, D.C. and Baltimore to our region and lengthen the time they stay.”
Skiers and snowboarders who would like more information on The Highlands Pass or Ticket can do so by visiting www.7springs.com or www.hiddenvalleyresort.com.
On October 1, Seven Springs finalized its purchase of Hidden Valley. Combined, the two resorts will offer guests an enhanced family-friendly experience, expanded offerings and provide opportunities for growth in the region as the resorts expand tourism to Pennsylvania’s LaurelHighlands.
Nationally-recognized for its innovative terrain parks designed for freestyle skiers and snowboarders, Seven Springs is Pennsylvania’s largest ski resort with 33 slopes and trails, seven terrain parks, and 10 chairlifts on 285 skiable acres. Hidden Valley, located just 13 miles from Seven Springs, is an intimate resort featuring 31 slopes and trails and three terrain parks with five chairlifts on 110 skiable acres, perfect for families.
About Seven Springs Mountain Resort
Seven Springs Mountain Resort, located in Seven Springs, Pa., is the perfect place for family vacations that create lifelong memories. Each year the family-friendly resort hosts more than one million overnight and day guests. Seven Springs has 33 slopes and trails on 285 skiable acres, seven terrain parks, the region’s largest snow tubing park, an 18-hole golf course and 60,000 square-feet of meeting and convention space.
Located within 200 miles of the major metropolitan areas of Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Cleveland and WashingtonD.C., Seven Springs is easily accessible from either exit 91 or 110 of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
For more information on Seven Springs and the year-round lodging, dining and activity options the resort offers visit www.7springs.com or call (800) 452-2223.