What’s New for 2003: Canaan Valley Resort 4
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An upgraded terrain park and high-speed Internet access in the lodge highlight improvements at West Virginia’s Canaan Valley Resort this season.

“We’ve enhanced our arsenal of obstacles at the Terrain Park,” said Chuck Trader, Managing Director for Canaan Valley Resort.

“While we still have the multiple jumps, rails and tabletops, we’ve added a 30-foot Flat Rail, 30-foot Rainbow Rail and a 20-foot ‘C-Box,’ what many consider to be the hottest feature on the market,” he added.

The resort has also wired its 250 guest rooms and conference room facilities with high-speed Internet access.

“This is a great addition for both our leisure and conference guests, and only adds to our vast amenity offerings,” Trader noted.

New Rossignol skis and snowboards have been added to Canaan Valley’s rental inventory, and the resort also Canaan Valley Rerecently began construction on a new water reservoir, which will provide increased snowmaking capacity when it comes on-line later in 2004.

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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

andy
November 21, 2003
Wowwee! this is a beautiful mtn that should be rearanged.New high speed internet?!! th ats all good but where is the expanded terrain? Why did they not level the old lodge & drop everthing down a few hundred feet? there is snowmaking now we don't need to hike up to the chairlift. we are talking 700 vert really for the main slopes.I cant believe it!
canaanman
November 22, 2003
Did they say C Box? Mmmm... C Box.
The Colonel
November 23, 2003
The reader gets a true sense of management understanding ans relative importance when the biggest new thing a ski area can say is that the associated hotel has added high speed internet service to its rooms. Tells all where the priorities lie...doenn't it?!!! Too bad, cause Canaan and Timberline have so much untapped potential.
Johnfmh
November 25, 2003
What is a C Box?

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