What’s New for 2012: Hidden Valley Resort
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Visitors to Pennsylvania’s Hidden Valley Resort will find a number of improvements this winter. After adding some glade skiing off of the Voyager trail last year, Hidden Valley has now doubled the width of Voyager, while adding snowmaking and lights. The resort notes that these enhancements will provide an easier path down from the North Summit slopes.

Snowmaking enhancements include the addition of snowmaking to the Charger trail, and increased overall system capacity.

New seat padding has been added to the Avalanche quad chairlift, and the height of the Tracker Tow has been adjusted to improve ease of use.

The rental shop has seen the addition of new high performance ski equipment, as well as extra adult and junior snowboard boots and junior skis and bindings.

Some fresh paint and new carpeting throughout the resort, as well as an expansion of the Sports Club parking lot, round out improvements.

The Voyager Trail has been widened. Photo provided by Hidden Valley Resort.
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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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