What’s New for 2010: Seven Springs 6
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Seven Springs is investing in a number of “back stage” improvements that should improve the experience of guests this winter season.

The North Park terrain park has been expanded with a new triple jump line, and numerous new signature jib features. Lighting has been enhanced in the parks. The terrain parks will be groomed by a new Prinoth Bison X groomer, which offers enhanced maneuverability and climbing capability.

The WPRC ski shut off of the Avalanche slope is being rebuilt, and the North Face lift exit has been widened. The Giant Steps connector trail to Tahoe Lodge has also been graded.

Seven Springs has recently been featured in national magazines. The Pennsylvania Resort was featured on the cover of the October, 2010 issue of Snowboarder magazine. Separately, Transworld Snowboarding magazine recently awarded Seven Springs with a #1 rating for Superpipe on the East Coast and #1 rating for terrain parks.

“We are really excited to have the cover and several pages in the October issue of Snowboarder magazine,” said Joel Rerko, Director of Action Sports at Seven Springs. “The photographer, Tim Peare, and rider Austen Sweetin both showed their amazing talents to get such a unique shot.”

Seven Springs plans to unveil a new web site in November, 2010.

Seven Springs is featured on the October, 2010 cover of Snowboarder magazine. Photo provided by Seven Springs / Snowboarder. Photo by Tim Peare.
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About M. Scott Smith

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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Reader Comments

skierguy
October 31, 2010
Their is another example of 7springs spending their money on advertisements instead of spending it on what they really need.......... a terrain expansion!!!
doublem
November 1, 2010
Haters gonna hate, especially jealous skiers!
HV Home owner
December 3, 2010
well its December and I dont see a new website!
Foster
December 14, 2010
Have heard that 7S has purchased a building along Rt31 in Donegal and plans to offer ski rentals. It is the building that was for sale that across from the pie shop about a half mile from the Donegal Turnpike exit. The idea is to offer rentals and maybe ticket sales or a welcome center without the need to wait in line at the resort. Also perhaps to catch people before they go to Hidden Valley.
Mountaineerman
December 22, 2010
Seven Springs has a new game room, great for the kids! Ski conditions are fantastic!
hidden valley home owner
December 27, 2010
I dont think this offsite rental place is going to help visiters to 7s cause the lines will just form there insted of at the resort which will take up even more time for people who just want to get to the slopes as fast as posible.

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