What’s New at Appalachian 2010-2011?!

What’s New at Appalachian Ski Mountain for 2010-2011!
Everybody loves hearing about new terrain and App has added a new slope for a new beginner area! Appalachian Ski Mountain has been expanded 50% and is being serviced by a new Sunkid conveyor lift. Appalachian remains the premier place for beginners in the area!

The Appalachian Terrain Park Crew has been busy through the off season and will debut over a dozen new features this year. In addition to some new features, this year ATP will be enforcing a Park Pass program for the intermediate and advanced terrain parks. The program will emphasize safety and education and will require park users to watch a quick video focusing on safety and park etiquette followed by a brief test and a release waiver to be signed.

NEW "MIDNIGHT BLAST" Weekends Announced!

Late night skiing is back for the High Country. For the upcoming 2010-2011 ski season, Appalachian Ski Mtn. will offer Midnight Blast skiing every night from December 26-December 30 and Midnight Blast Weekends every Friday and Saturday night for January and February!

Night skiing has been extended this year, with the night session kicking off at 5:30!! The usual 5:30 to 10 pm hours will be extended to midnight on these special weekends. Best of all, these extended hours will be offered at no additional cost. “With challenging economic times, people looking for a good value will discover that this is the best ticket value that we offer, at a time that is actually convenient,” said Appalachian Ski Mtn. General Manager Brad Moretz.

New Ticket Improvements for 2010-2011!
Appalachian Ski Mountain puts their skiers and snowboarders first, and this year, they are offering new ticketing options. In addition to extending the night session, this year Appalachian introduces an 8-hour flex ticket. Replacing the traditional 9-4 7-hour ticket will be an 8-hour ticket which permits skiing for 8 full hours from the time of purchase. This is an incredible value!

Appalachian Ski Mountain is increasing the value of multi-day ski tickets. Beginning this year, multi-day ski tickets will be valid from open to close. Multi-day skiers and riders will be able to pick and choose what sessions and hours they’d like to be on the mountain!

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Mike Doble
Mike is the Editor and founder of SkiSoutheast.com, SkiNC.com and ResortCams.com. Since September 1996 he has posted more than 13,000 posts, articles, photos and videos promoting all of the ski areas of North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland.Mike is the father of four daughters, is an avid skier and enjoys golf, tennis, kayaking and hiking in the mountains. Winter snowsports and Summer boating on Watauga Lake are among his favorite pastimes.