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David Smith, Marketing Manager
Powderhorn Mountain Resort
970.268.5168
dhsmith@powderhorn.com

POWDERHORN MOUNTAIN RESORT AND THE DAILY SENTINEL BRING BACK LEARN TO SKI AND RIDE SEASON PASS PROGRAM FOR THE 2013-2014 SEASON
 
MESA, Colo. (September 25, 2013) – Powderhorn Mountain Resort and the Daily Sentinel join forces to bring back the Learn to Ski and Ride Season Pass Program for the 2013 – 2014 winter season. The perfect option for anyone new to skiing or snowboarding, the program includes three ski or snowboard lessons at Powderhorn, as well as a free season pass for the 2013-2014 season upon completion of the lesson program.

Designed for first time skiers or snowboarders ages eight and up, The Daily Sentinal’s Learn to Ski and Ride Season Pass program features three consecutive ski or snowboard lessons at Powderhorn Mountain Resort with the Intensive Series. Powderhorn’s Intensive Series includes a full day group lesson with an hour break for lunch. Lessons run from 10am-12pm and 1pm-3pm. Participants emerge from the series with a great foundation in their chosen snow sport, and are able to put new skills to the test on-mountain.

Upon completion of the three-lesson program, participants receive a free season pass for the remainder of the 2013 – 2014 season.

“Our future lies in those who have yet to discover snow sports,” said Powderhorn Mountain Resort General Manager Sam Williams. “We are vested in creating the most convenient and affordable option with the Learn to Ski and Ride Program. A free season pass with three lessons to get someone started skiing or riding is not only the best bang for your buck but a great way to get involved in the Powderhorn family.”

Powderhorn is committed to enhancing and growing its community ski and ride programs. These classes include the benefit of learning a new sport, and allow participants to gain an appreciation of and learn how to safely access the winter outdoor environment. Lessons focus on weather precautions, changing snow conditions, etiquette on the mountain and the Skier/Rider Responsibility Code. Cost for the program at the early season rate (before Nov. 2) is $249 for youth and pre-teen participants (ages 8-17), $299 for adults (18+) and $299 for full time college students. Please visit www.powderhorn.com for a list of regular season rates and details on the Learn to Ski and Ride Pass pass program.


About Powderhorn Mountain Resort
Nestled deep in the heart of the Grand Mesa on the storied Western Slope of Colorado, Powderhorn is a scenic, family-friendly resort featuring 1,600 acres of terrain suited to a variety of abilities and preferences. Powderhorn is known for extending exceptional value to each guest, thanks to improvements at the resort and mountain focused on creating a one-of-a-kind, year-round experience. Western Colorado is known for its wide-open spaces, distinctive topography and friendly local residents. It is also recognized for its vineyards, wineries and agriculture. The climate allows for skiing or snowboarding in the morning and playing a round of golf or enjoying a hike or mountain bike ride in the afternoon. Thanks to its location, the options for exploring – both on the mountain and throughout the Grand Mesa – are virtually endless. This season, Powderhorn welcomes new and improved events for guests to enjoy at the resort, with unique temperatures, enhanced activity options and more. To learn more about Powderhorn Mountain Resort, visit www.powderhorn.com or call 970-268-5700.  Join the conversation at www.facebook.com/skipowderhorn.
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