Pennsylvania’s Liberty Mountain Resort has enhanced snowmaking by adding a new heavy-duty water pump, and adding the resort’s first computerized snowmaking system to the Dipsy Doodle trail. Automated weather stations will fine-tune snowmaking according to the varying conditions along Dipsy Doodle.
Liberty will offer three separate terrain parks this season geared towards different ability levels, along with a halfpipe. New rails and boxes will be unveiled in the freestyle terrain parks throughout the season.
The Boulder Ridge Snow Tubing park will have more lanes this season with the help of a dedicated tubing groomer. The Boulder Ridge parking lot area has been paved and expanded to allow for more visitors.
Liberty has completed remodeling and refurbishing efforts at its lodge, and free wireless Internet access will be available throughout the main lodge. A brand new fleet of Rossignol shaped skis and bindings, Dalbello boots, and Goode poles can be found in the rental shop. A new parking lot, officially named the “North Pole,” will provide a complimentary shuttle on busy days.
Liberty continues to offer the Advantage Card program, a discount card program shared with sister resorts Ski Roundtop and Whitetail Resort. New this year, the Companion Card is an option for Family Advantage Card holders, allowing them to give different family friends 40% off lifts and lessons each visit.
Liberty, Roundtop, and Whitetail will also be offering free class lessons for all ability levels from opening date through December 23, 2004.
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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