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Skiers whose thoughts are turning toward the upcoming season have a month to save more than 20 percent on a season pass for Canaan Valley Resort’s 2016-2017 ski season by purchasing a season pass by Sept. 30.
The base rate for passes purchased by Sept. 30 is $390 for adults 18-59. For college students and kids, passes are as low as $225. There are also special deals for families, seniors over 60, West Virginia residents and adults purchasing a second adult pass. The entire pricing schedule is available online.
More good news at Canaan Valley includes the resort’s addition of 12 T40 snow guns which will double its snowmaking capacity. The resort’s rental shop has also added $80,000 worth Elan downhill skis, snowboards and snow boots; Salomon downhill ski boots; Elan cross country skis, boots and poles; Evo snowshoes and Jackson Softec ice skates.
The hill is scheduled to open December 10 and close March, 19, 2017.
This year’s enhancements follow the opening of glade skiing areas in 2015, an addition that has proven to be exceptionally popular with the many experienced skiers who visit the resort.
Canaan Valley Resort Ski Area is located in the highest mountain valley to the east of the Rocky Mountains and is known for breathtaking views of the mountainous region. The ski resort has a summit elevation of 4,280 feet above sea level, 91 skiable acres, four lifts – one quad, two triples and a magic carpet, a terrain park and ski school. With 47 trails and slopes, the Critters Crawl beginner area – a dedicated beginner instruction trail serviced by its own magic carpet – and ski school for private and group lessons, Canaan Valley Resort Ski Area offers a memorable winter adventure for every skier and snowboarder.
Canaan Valley Resort is located in north central West Virginia approximately three hours from Pittsburgh, 2½ hours from Washington, D.C. and 2¾ hours from Charleston, WV.
The resort recently completed a massive two-year, $34 million renovation and new construction project that included construction of two wings featuring 160 guest rooms as well as renovation of public areas including the main lodge, gift shop and grab-and-go-café. All rooms feature oversized bathrooms, flat-screen televisions and in-room refrigerators.