Holiday Valley Tubing Park Opens Dec. 21
Demo Day Dec. 21
The Perfect Family Winter Getaway
At Holiday Valley, families can enjoy slope side lodging, an interesting variety of terrain, legendary snow, and fun places to eat, shop and play.
The resort’s 58 slopes and 13 lifts are spread over four different mountain faces on 1,400 acres with pockets of interesting terrain hidden throughout. Kid-size moguls, just perfect for learning to ski bumps, can be found on the moderately pitched Morning Star Slope. The Burton Riglet Park at the Outpost is a downsized rail and snow park that gives kids (and parents) a place to learn how to ride and slide on non-intimidating terrain and features that are shorter and low to the ground.
The Sky High Mountain Coaster, which opens Dec. 13, is a thrilling ride down the mountain through the trees. Holiday Valley’s efficient lift system includes 11 family-friendly quad chairs (three of which are high speed), a handle tow and a magic carpet.
Holiday Valley Tubing Park, which opens Dec. 20, with 20 groomed lanes and 2 tows, a warming hut, a skating rink and a huge bonfire pit. For the little ones under 7 years and 42 inches tall, there’s a free Li’l Tubers area, weather permitting.
Holiday Valley’s Mountain Adventures Children’s Snowsports School is the perfect place for kids as young as age 3 to learn or improve skiing or snowboarding skills. Day Care, which can be combined with lessons, operates daily.
And after a full day on the slopes, families love the Tamarack Club and the Inn at Holiday Valley, both offering ski-in, ski-out access, indoor/outdoor heated pools, hot tubs and saunas, making it extra convenient. Guests of the Inn at Holiday Valley enjoy the convenience of private ski lockers just outside your room door, ski-in ski-out access via the Sunrise Chairlift, continental buffet breakfast served daily 7–10 a.m.
Check out money-saving weekday lift and lodging packages available at www.holidayvalley.com or call (716) 699-2345.