Visitors to Pennsylvania’s Seven Springs Resort will find a collection of small improvements across the resort this winter. Wagner slope has received some attention, with a re-grading and re-distribution of snowguns. This will result in a “straight run” entrance to Wagner, easing congestion. By moving the snowguns farther out, Seven Springs expects to provide more consistent snow cover. And, as a bonus, this has allowed Seven Springs to create a beginner glade skiing area on the skier’s left side of Wagner.
Iwan Fuchs, Snowsports School Director at Seven Springs (and a DCSki Guest Columnist), reports that new park features will be available for intermediate skiers and boarders, and that additional automated snow guns have been installed around the mountain. All chairs at Seven Springs will have padded seating, Iwan notes. Iwan has also instituted many improvements to the learning programs at the resort; he describes them in detail in this DCSki story.
Seven Springs also aims to open a new spa sometime this winter.
M. Scott Smith is the founder and Editor of DCSki. Scott loves outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, kayaking, skiing, and mountain biking. He is an avid photographer and writer.
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