Seven Springs Mountain Resort
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Seven Springs opened a new canopy zip line tour. There are 10 zip line rides on the new course.
At least 800 people hit the slopes at Seven Springs Mountain Resort Tuesday, a day after snow storms swept through the mountains.
When the winter weather rolls around, it’s easy to stay under the covers, throw in a movie and wish away the long, cold days. But the winter months can also bring some extra fun you can’t find during the warmer seasons of the year.
The world’s first – and only – urban terrain park is now open at Seven Springs.