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Tannersville, Pa. (December 20, 2013) – Camelback Mountain Resort announces another first - Pennsylvania’s only Terrain Based Learning program, designed to help ski and snowboard beginners learn on shaped-snow terrain before taking on the Mountain.
The new terrain based learning program breaks away from the traditional learn to ski & snowboard approach and will help beginners, ages six and up, progress quickly and safely on custom shaped-snow terrain. Newly constructed Mini-Pipes, Rollers, Banked Turns and a Perfect Pitch slope, all of which are designed to remove fear, counter any beginners’ anxiety associated with downhill sliding and alternatively increase the fun of learning an exhilarating new sport. Camelback has not only invested in additional snowmaking guns to prepare the slopes for terrain based learning, but also installed two additional Sun Kid conveyor lifts, bring the total number of dedicated learning conveyor lifts to four, more than any resort in the east.
To celebrate the new program Camelback has launched the Explorer Card, which includes three group terrain based learning program lessons, three all-day, lower mountain, beginner terrain lift tickets, and three all-day ski or snowboard equipment rental packages. The package is on sale through February 9th, 2014 for only $129, a savings of $156 from purchasing three packages individually. Purchase online at SkiCamelback.com.
About Camelback Mountain Resort
This ski season marks the 50th anniversary for Camelback Mountain Resort in the Pocono Mountains. In 1963 Camelback Mountain Resort opened in the Pocono Mountains with 14 trails and three lifts serving 41,656 skiers. Today Camelback serves nearly 1,000,000 outdoor enthusiasts and visitors annually with 34 trails, 16 lifts, 100% snowmaking, the largest snowtubing park in the U.S.A., CBK Mountain Adventures (featuring the only mountain coaster in Pa, and the longest tandem Zip-Flyer in North America) and Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark (the largest waterpark in Pa). In early February, 2015 the all new 453-suite Camelback Lodge & Indoor Waterpark will open featuring the largest indoor adventure waterpark in the Northeastern US making Camelback Mountain Resort the most interactive resort in the U.S.A. For more information visit CamelbackMtnResort.com.