Visit Waterville Valley for Ski and Stay Savings

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Waterville Valley, located in New Hampshire's snow covered White Mountains, has announced its new ski packages for the 2007/2008 ski season.

Waterville Valley, a family-friendly ski area, is offering a variety of packages that allow skiers to take advantage of savings from January to March.

'08 January Snow Escapes
During the month of January, escape to Waterville Valley with the '08 January Snow Escapes. This package includes midweek lodging, one midweek lift ticket per night, and access to the White Mountain Athletic Club and shuttle bus. Guests taking advantage of this package can also add a two-hour group lesson for just $18 per person. The '08 January Snow Escapes package starts at $79 per person per night, price based on double occupancy.

WV Fab Feb.
For the first few weeks of February, skiers can take advantage of Waterville Valley's Fab Feb. deal. The Fab Feb. deal includes midweek lodging and lift tickets, access to the White Mountain Athletic Club and shuttle bus. Guests who take advantage of this package for three nights will receive a $50 voucher for Town Square restaurants and shops. Guests can add a group lesson for just $18 per person. This two-night minimum package starts at $99 per person per night, based on double occupancy. This package is valid through February 14, 2008.

Kids Ski Free-New Hampshire Vacation Week
New Hampshire children rule Waterville Valley's slopes during the February school vacation, February 24-28, 2008. This package includes lodging and daily skiing as well as access to the White Mountain Athletic Club and shuttle bus. Guests taking advantage of this package will also receive 50 percent off rental equipment, group lessons, and all day Kids Venture Kamps and Childcare. This package includes one free child ticket (ages 12 & under) per adult ticket. This package (two-night minimum) starts at $43 per person per night, based on quad occupancy.

New Hampshire has many towns that naturally grew around the state's travel and tourism industry--particularly around its many ski mountains. But only one town, Waterville Valley, was designed and planned specifically as a self-contained resort town. Today in addition to its world-class ski area, Waterville Valley has award-winning tennis courts, golf, hiking, biking, lodging, an indoor ice rink, boating, a skate park, and a host of outdoor activities. Dining options include traditional American favorites, ethnic cuisine, or elegant dining. For more information, call 1-800-GO-VALLEY or visit http://www.visitwatervillevalley.com.

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