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!