ABC’s Good Morning America Broadcasts Live from The Homestead
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ABC’s Diane Sawyer was on hand at The Homestead on November 11 to try her hand at mountain boarding. Photo provided by The Homestead/The Glickman Group.
ABC’s Good Morning America television show recently swept across five states in five days, landing in Virginia on Monday, Nov. 11. While in Virginia, the popular show included a segment on The Homestead resort, including a live mountain boarding lesson given to co-host Diane Sawyer and personality Alex Cambert.

The Homestead is a historic resort offering year-round activities, including skiing and snowboarding in the winter. Good Morning America highlighted recreational offerings at the resort, including Falconry, equestrian pursuits, and the renowned Jefferson Pools. Other amenities include three championship golf courses and a spa program. Founded in 1766, The Homestead is nestled in 15,000 acres in the heart of Virginia’s Allegheny Mountains, surrounded by hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails.

“We were delighted to welcome the Good Morning America team to The Homestead and are so glad that millions across the country received a taste of The Homestead Experience on the program,” said Gary K. Rosenberg, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Homestead. “The Homestead is proud to be included in a piece on the state’s great heritage and highlighted as one of the finest travel attractions in the Commonwealth,” he added.

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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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