"Spring It On" March/April Packages Offer Savings on Skiing at Waterville Valley Resort

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This spring, skiers can head to the biggest ski mountain south of New Hampshire's Notch and save.

Savings are to found in the new fallen snow in Waterville Valley Resort, NH. The "Spring It On" package includes lodging in a one-bedroom condo or lodge room and lift tickets. Offered midweek in March plus the weekends of March 27 to 29 and April 3 to 5, 2009. Packages start at $181 for one night two adults including skiing.

Spring skiing in Waterville Valley can mean excellent snow conditions under sunny skies.

The Spring It On package includes access to the White Mountain Athletic Club with indoor pool, Jacuzzis & steam rooms, and use of Waterville Valley Resort's shuttle bus.

Optional add-ons include a group ski lesson for $29; a 1-hour private lesson for $40; ski or snowboard rentals for $20; or dinner for 2 for $40 at the Wild Coyote grill, valid Sunday through Thursday nights only.

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day at Waterville Valley Resort on March 17 with $17 lift ticket. And, relax and stay for $17 per person/per night quad occupancy at the Golden Eagle Lodge and other inns.

Then on April 1 come back to Waterville Valley for an April Fool's $1 lift tickets for everyone. No kidding! Lodging from $56 per person/per night quad occupancy.

Waterville Valley Resort in New Hampshire's White Mountains is well known for its ski mountain, which has trails and activities for all skill-levels and ages. Boarders and hot-doggers, alpine and Nordic enthusiasts, kids and senior citizens can each find a niche on the slopes and trails. Kids' Venture Kamps offer "venture zones" designed with small features that build skiing and snowboarding skills. The Silver Streaks is an over-50 club that welcomes visitors.

Waterville Valley is just a 2-hour drive from Boston. Visitors to the valley can park the car once and relax for their stay. The valley is very walkable, plus everything is connected by a free shuttle that circulates constantly.

Waterville Valley Resort offers 250 skiable acres with snowmaking ability on every trail. The ski area peaks at 4,004 feet, with a vertical drop of 2,020 feet, 52 trails and 12 lifts.

For those who like their skiing with a little less altitude, Waterville Valley's Nordic Center features 75 km of wide-groomed trails with terrain for every ability level, groomed daily for both skate and classic skiing styles. Skiers take off from the Nordic Center in the Valley's quaint Town Square, or just step out the door of their vacation rental--the trails are only steps away from most of the resort's accommodations.

Every trail offers incredible views of the surrounding White Mountain National Forest. Warming huts along the trails make it easy to stop for a rest and a snack, and the Nordic Center offers a welcoming fireplace at the end of the run.

Waterville Valley was designed and planned specifically as a self-contained, four seasons resort. In addition to its world-class ski area, Waterville Valley Resort has award-winning tennis courts, golf, hiking, biking, lodging, cultural activities and summer theater, an indoor ice rink, boating, a skate park, and a host of outdoor activities. Dining options include traditional favorites and elegant dining. For more information, call 1-800-GO-VALLEY or visit http://www.visitwatervillevalley.com.


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