Basye, Va. – We’ve waited long enough and it’s time Mother Nature delivered. On Saturday, December 16, Bryce Resort will open its slopes for the 2017-18 Ski Season! Dust off your skis and snowboards – it’s time to shred.
“We look forward to kicking off the 2017-18 ski season on Saturday. Mother Nature looks like it’s willing to cooperate with us this year and we’re excited to have a wintery Christmas week ahead of us”, said Ryan Locher, GM at Bryce Resort.
The lift will open its gates beginning at 9:00 a.m. to take skiers to the top for the first run of the winter season. Horst Locher Snowsports School will also kick off winter with First Time Packages, Kinder School and Private Lessons for those new to all things winter. Snowsports School features something for all ages.
Not sure about skiing down the mountain? We offer three 800-foot snow tubing lanes packed with adrenaline – no skill required. Each tubing session lasts one hour and 45 minutes.
And, after a long day out on the slopes, be sure to visit our newly-renovated Copper Kettle Restaurant and Bar – open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. serving food and drinks until the last call. You can also relax and kick back on the weekends with live music!
Guests planning a visit to Bryce Resort can receive the guaranteed lowest price on lift tickets, lessons, and tubing sessions by purchasing them in advance at bryceresort.com. Members can purchase discounted passes and book their complimentary tubing by calling the resort directly. Interested in being a member? Contact the administrative office at 540-856-2121 for more information.
Any media interested in covering the opening of the 2017-18 season at Bryce Resort should contact the resort directly for a media lift ticket. Please include your telephone number, email address and the name of the media outlet in which the story will run.
Located in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains, two hours west of Metropolitan Washington, D.C., Bryce is a member-owned, four season sports and recreation resort dedicated to serving its members, guests, and visitors. Known for being family-friendly, the resort features the Horst Locher Snowsports School and a mountain bike park with beginner, intermediate and expert trails and lift access. In addition, the expansive property boasts a PGA rated 18-hole, par 71 golf course in an Alpine setting, and Lake Laura, a 45-acre spring-fed lake with beaches, a picnic area, snack bar, and opportunities to canoe, paddleboat, and paddleboard. Bryce also offers four dining options ranging from casual meals to fine dining.
Last modified: December 12, 2017