Vail Resorts Makes Significant Changes To Seven Springs (Watch)

Vail Resorts Makes Significant Changes To Seven Springs (Watch)

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Vail Resorts Makes Significant Changes To Seven Springs (Watch)

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Seven Springs Mountain Resort joined Blue Mountain Resort as the first ski resorts to open top-to-bottom skiing this season when they opened on Friday, November 25th.

Seven Springs has long-been a major destination for skiers and snowboarders in the Pittsburgh area, and Vail Resorts jumped at the opportunity to purchase it back in the spring of 2022.

Vail has a made a number of changes to the 87-year-old ski resort including: improved snowmaking equipment, day lockers, and a new lift ticket reservation system.

Check out the full report from CBS Pittsburgh below:

Vail clearly saw Seven Springs, Laurel Mountain, and Hidden Valley ski resorts as the perfect opportunity to expand their Epic Pass market as all three resorts are within a hour drive of Pittsburgh.

There was initially negative feedback about Vail setting up shop in the area, but the transition has been encouraging so far.

Improving snowmaking and capping lift ticket sales are both positive things for the skiing experience at Seven Springs.

Here’s hoping Vail continues to improve the skiing experience in western Pennsylvania.

Header Image Credit: FACEBOOK/Seven Springs Mountain Resort, Chris Malec

Featured Image Credit: FACEBOOK/Seven Springs Mountain Resort

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