Waterville Valley, NH, Mar. 8, 2000: Pack the little leprechauns into thecar and head north to Waterville Valley where the St. Patrick’s Daycelebration is a ski and save tradition! On Friday, March 17, lift ticketsare just $17. Not only is this a great saving, but also get into thespirit of spring with parties all over the mountain. Work on the tan atthe Schwendi Hutte or celebrate apres-ski at T-Bar’s.
Can’t make it for St. Patty’s Day? Here are some other events not to miss:
Glen Plake Wild, Wild Hot Dog Tour (March 19): Ski with the King offreeskiing, and learn cool tricks like the “Polished Donut” and the “WormTurn”.
USASA Nationals (March 29-April 1): It’s the best amateur snowboardersaround the United States at Waterville Valley. Men and Women athletes,ages 6-60, will be competing in halfpipe, slopestyle, boardercross, giantslalom and slalom. For the full schedule of events go to www.usasa.org.
For more information or to book an overnight package, call 1-800- GOVALLEY. Click on www.waterville.com for all the information on events atWaterville Valley. Waterville Valley is located just 2 hours north ofBoston, 11 miles from Exit 28, off Interstate 93.