A late Thanksgiving means an early start for Seven Springs and Hidden Valley resorts this year and the slopes at both mountains are open for skiing and snowboarding this Saturday and Sunday!
Since November 8, the resorts’ snowmaking teams have been taking full advantage of the recent blasts of arctic air. Starting with grassy slopes, the hard-working teams have spent the past 11 days stacking up massive piles of snow at every opportunity. As part of Seven Springs’ commitment to providing skiers and snowboarders with a fantastic on-snow experience, the resort undertook a major improvement project to the snowmaking system this year.
Nearly 5,000 feet of aging 20” pipe was replaced with brand new 20” FBE piping. As the main snowmaking water source for the Front Face, stretching from Lake Tahoe to Village Trail, this major project greatly improves consistency in water pressure and overall snow quality across a vast swath of the resort’s skiable acreage.
Seven Springs Opening Weekend ski and snowboard tickets are $52 per adult and $42 per child ages 6-11. Hidden Valley Opening Weekend ski and snowboard tickets are $34 per adult and $27 per child ages 6-11.
As always, skiers and snowboarders are asked to check the Snow Report each morning for the most up-to-date information pertaining to conditions and available terrain.
The slopes at both Seven Springs and Hidden Valley will be open from 9am to 5pm on Saturday, November 23 and Sunday, November 24.
Please contact Katie Buchan, Communications Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.