From: John L on 12 Aug 2010 21:50
Yo Joe. I agree about 7 Springs with 1 exception. It is not a good
resort. It is an AWEsome resort. I think the hotel is kinda expensive
though. A few years back I checked on a 2-night stay there and the
cheapest room was over 200.00 per night, off season. I did not really
check thoroughly as it was a hastily planned trip.
But I cannot compare 7-S with WDW. That's like comparing Kennywood with
The Matterhorn Lounge is one of the best ski-resort lounges I have ever
been to. And that includes Killington. I also think Canaan Valley in
West Virginia has better skiing trails. Their longest is over a mile
long with 800-900 foot vertical drops.
I never saw anything about 7-S being named in Ski magazine's top 10
Mid-Atlantic Resorts though. I would absolutely agree with that. But
would you happen to know if that is for a ski-place or a resort/ski
place? In the last 10 years it seems like 7-S has been concentrating on
more of the 'Resort' aspect rather than a ski place though. Hidden
Valley so-so and there is another ski area just north-east of 7-S. Can't
remember that one's name. Laurel Mountain something-or-other.
Yep, 7 Springs is a fantastic place. Winter, spring, summer, fall. Lots
to do in any season. And don't forget about the Alpine Slide. Rad,
peace out. john
Yo Keane. How's dem paras m'man? :-)
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