Hidden Valley to Host First Annual Spring Carnival
Join us for two fun-filled days on and off the slopes
Hidden Valley, PA - The end of winter may be near but festivities at Hidden Valley Four Seasons Resort are just getting started. Don't miss the resort's first spring carnival under new ownership on Saturday and Sunday, March 8 and 9. The event promises two fun-filled days and plenty of free activities. Whether you ski, snowboard or simply want to enjoy a day with family and friends, there is something for everyone from toddlers to grandparents.
Daring guests will have the opportunity to dazzle spectators and win prizes in our on-snow activities. Hidden Valley's Wild Moose Challenge, an obstacle course, will be available for attendees of all ages who want to test their skills. The sports of kayaking and white water rafting will be brought to the slopes of Hidden Valley by Wilderness Voyagers. Participants will have a chance to try these sports on snow in anticipation of summer and will be entered to win a four-person rafting trip to Ohiopyle, courtesy of Wilderness Voyageurs. Snowboarders have a chance to show off their skills in a terrain box competition. The first place winners in three categories will receive a new O-Matic Snowboard. Golfers, start your season off at Hidden Valley with our snow golf hole. Each contestant has three tries to get a hole in one from our tee box. Successful contestants can win a round of golf, from opening day to May 23, 2008, at Hidden Valley's golf course.
Have your whole crew sign up for these and other events which include Captain Jack's Four Person Crew Challenge, Skier / Boarder Cross, snow volleyball or a good, old-fashioned game of tug-of-war to compete for Hidden Valley treasures. Event registration starts at 9 a.m. outside the customer service office in the ski lodge. There are no entrance fees; however, lift tickets are required for on-slope events.
Off-slope festivities include live chainsaw and wood carving demonstrations by Jeff Penney and local artists, free airbrush tattoos and caricature drawings, complimentary chair massages, a magician, an appearance by the Hidden Valley mascot, our lovable moose, and more! Sheri Van Dyke of WWSW will spin tunes and announce the winner of our grand prize drawing of a family season pass for up to four dependent family members for next season. Lexus of North Hills will award prizes including a 2008/09 season pass and gift certificates for the Hidden Valley Ski and Snowboard Shop.
No one will go hungry. Food vendors such as Snyder of Berlin, Pepsi, and various other novelty vendors will be on site to provide samples of your favorite carnival treats, in addition to the Hidden Valley eateries being open. There will also be an outdoor grill open for this event serving sausage and kielbasa.
For a complete list of activities for the spring carnival, visit http://www.MyHiddenValleyResort.com
or call 1-814-443-8000. The resort hours are from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Hidden Valley Four Seasons Resort is located at 1 Craighead Drive, Hidden Valley, PA 15502. Parking is free.