On a better note, me and my friend went expecting to pay 29 bucks yesterday and it was only 13 because we are poor college students. We also had the best snow conditions i've seen in the Mid Atlantic...ever i think as well as one of the best times. My favorite part about timberline is that you can go into the woods pretty much anywhere on the mountain when they've had a good snow. The bad news is that some people shouldn't be in there when they are...some kid hit a tree deep in the woods while we were on the lift but i think he was ok. We were all pretty concerned for a bit though.
oh, and i cut up a trail map and taped it on my board...much cheaper.
All I wanted in return was 2 season passes and a handful of free lift ticket vouchers for friends. Anyway, take a look at the prototype I did for them.
You might also take a look at Laurel Mountain; their web site needs a whole lot of help, as does that of Blue Knob. I am sure they both got charged a bundle for such poorly designed sites. I would approach them myself but have more than I can handle at the moment.
Keep up the good work.
Skiing is Believing!
I will get some pictures when I get up to timberline this coming MLK weekend. That demo site I did is 1/2 done so things like photo galleries and snow reports will come when they decide to use it.
The interactive trail map on Mad River Glen's website (http://www.madriverglen.com/) is very well done - one of the most effective implementations of a web page I've ever seen.