What’s New for 2003: Mystic Mountain
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Located at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort and Spa in Pennsylvania, Mystic Mountain Resort offers a quiet location ideal for learning how to ski or snowboard. Mystic Mountain will be offering a “Kidz Sleep, Eat & Ski Free” program this winter in an effort to draw families to the resort.

New Rossignol skis and snowboards have been added to Canaan Valley’s rental inventory, and the resort also “Mystic Mountain is the top ski facility for families,” explained Tom Smith, the resort’s director of activities. “Last year was the greatest season in our history. Families are coming to the resort in record numbers to learn the sport of skiing and snowboarding.”

The “Kidz Sleep, Eat, & Ski Free” program will include numerous perks for children when accompanied by paying adults. The benefits will include free breakfafst, free lodging in the same room as parents, and complimentary lift tickets. There are some restrictions, such as age restrictions and required overnight lodging. The program is available from January 1, 2004 through February 29, 2004 only.

Mystic Mountain has beefed up its rental inventory this season with the addition of new Burton snowboards and Dynastar skis AGYL 6.L.

The Snow Camp for youth programs has been remodeled and offers new programs and games for kids to focus on the fundamentals of skiing, according to the resort.

Cross-country skiers will also benefit from new and lengthened XC trails. The trails have been enhanced with new markers and call boxes. Cross-country lessons are offered.

View what’s new for 2003 at other Mid-Atlantic resorts
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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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