What’s New for 2003: Seven Springs
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Children to Pennsylvania’s Seven Springs Resort this winter will find a new Challenge Park designed just for them. The Run-A-Gate Challenge Park has been developed to provide the latest in instruction for several of the resort’s ski and snowboard school programs. The special children’s Park will be utilized by the Tiny Tot Ski School at Seven Springs.

“We’re proud to say that there are children who started with us in those early years that are now actually on our teaching staff here at Tiny Tot Ski School,” said Pam Ickes, director of the Tiny Tot Ski School. As a director of the Tiny Tot Ski School for the past 20 years, she has seen one-time tiny tots growing up to become young adult instructors at the resort.

Seven Springs is launching a winter concert series, kicking off with a dinner and dance show on December 12 with the Vogues. Three additional concerts will follow throughout the season.

The rental inventory at Seven Springs has been expanded with the addition of 2,700 pairs of new Dalbello DXR ski boots, and the adoption of the Marker Titanium Speedpoint binding system, which allows rental staff to quickly adjust bindings for skiers.

Seven Springs is also in the midst of a new real estate development called Pheasant Run. The development, located across the street from the resort area, will feature log homes constructed by Tennessee Log Homes on 31 lots. Lots range in size from three to twelve acres.

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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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