Any thoughts/recommendations on planning? I am thinking that it may be best to wait to see what conditions look like later in season instead of committing now and finding that snow is non-existent.
Does anyone know any fairly cheap hotels near Timberline, Blue Knob, White Tail which would not gross out 12-16 year old girls?
Thanks for any help!
Yes, I do volunteer for them. We take groups like yours (and individuals) on organized all-inclusive ski trips to local resorts for the day and Hunter, Gore, Killington, etc. for overnights. Also, we're PSIA certified. Now if you're looking for a wild, drunken time where the kids can run around unsupervised, sorry ...we're not it.
I took our youth group there last year in March and they all loved it. We are planning a return trip this year.
We stayed at the lodge which has a pool, skating rink, game room as well as a snack bar and resturant.
Also, except for Salamander, I think that the beginner slopes at Canaan are better as well as easier to get to. The Mid-station run is an excellent step up to a "blue" for the beginners. It is very wide and not real steep. In some ways it is better for beginners than Timber Trail is.