Monday, October 3, 2011

Changing Leaves and Changing Trails

This winter season Okemo Mountain Resort is introducing some changes on the hill.  The biggest change is the addition of a park on Black Out.  This new park will take the place of the Race Arena and be accessible via The Pull.  So get ready to show off on the rails underneath the Black Ridge Triple for the 2011-2012 season.

The Race arena will be moving to Bull Run, and will still be home to NASTAR.  Head out to the course and give it your best, then head to the Sitting Bull in the main base lodge and watch as others compete. 

And thanks to the addition of the new park on Black Out we are happy to announce that Timberline is being restored to the trail once touted as “one of the best the East has to offer” by the Boston Herald.  The Progression Park that has been on Timberline is being discontinued, so cruisers rejoice, the trail is sure to be a favorite for those in search of corduroy as far as the eye can see.

As the leaves continue to change colors and the temperatures continue to drop, preparations for the upcoming winter season are in full swing at Okemo.  Check out our website for last minute deals on Season Passes, and our new Super 7 Savings Card, early season pricing on Season Passes ends on Oct. 10th.  

Don't forget that this weekend is the 5th Annual Parrothead Party at Jackson Gore.  Come on up and join in the fun with food and drinks starting at noon on Saturday and live music from Changes in Latitudes, also free hay rides through the afternoon! Sunday brings more festivities at Jackson Gore, so join us for the long weekend and take in the foliage and the festivities!