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Seven Springs Mountain Resort

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mikeyanderson2 wrote a review Feb 2021
Mount Joy, Pennsylvania60 contributions3 helpful votes
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Had a blast last week was Awesome for skiing. It was a little on the cold side. The staff made you feel welcome ☺
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Thanks so much for visiting us and for sharing this awesome review!
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ktisinwc wrote a review Feb 2021
Washington, DC36 contributions36 helpful votes
We stayed in a cabin rented through 7-Springs resort. "Robin’s Nest" is overpriced for a 2 night weekend stay. If lift tickets were included in the price, it wouldn’t have been so bad, but this was overpriced for this tiny cabin, with no perks (no dishwasher, no washer/dryer, no hot tub) Additionally, it is a TINY cabin in need of updates and repairs. The rooms are small, the queen bed is uncomfortable with lumpy stained pillows, which I would hardly call a luxury. The kitchen needs a dishwasher, especially at that price point. Also, at some point there was a washer/dryer in that cabin and someone thought it didn’t belong there. If the cabin had an updated king sized bed with fresh pillows and linens, dishwasher, and a washer/dryer, it might be worth the price for 2 nights, including lift tickets. I felt it was overpriced for what the accommodations were. To compare, a few weeks ago, we stayed in a King junior suite in the main lodge, that included lift tickets for 3 days, and 2 breakfasts for 4 people, for under $1,000. I was very disappointed to learn there were no lift tickets or discounts associated with this cabin’s price point. Additionally, the slopes were very crowded and I don't really understand how they were observing a "limited" capacity for COVID precautions. The lift lines were 20 minutes minimum and because of the flow of most of the trails, the advanced slopes merge with beginner, so you have aggressive advanced skiers and boarders zipping past children and beginners. They need to patrol the mountain. I see lift operators at Polar Express telling people to wear masks, but that was the only enforcement of any kind. I agree with the previous comments, there is a lot of trash on the mountain, and there is no excuse for that. There are receptacles at the bottom and top of the lifts. They do need patrol to go under the lift and pick up the trash. Bottom line, if you go and stay overnight, stay in the lodge. Avoid the overpriced, tiny and outdated cabins that do not include lift tickets. And my best advice, go midweek when the lines and crowds are at their lowest.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Responded 3 days ago
Thank you very much for staying with us and for taking the time to share your valuable feedback. Please email us at comments@7springs.com so we can get you in touch with a manager to talk about your experience in more detail. Thanks.
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J.W. wrote a review Feb 2021
2 contributions1 helpful vote
Very nice lodge and mountain resort. Need to improve ski-in/ out access to lodge, but all else very nice! Also need to more limit # of lift tickets, for most of weekend there were 20-30+ min lift waits at main lifts
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Thank you very much for visiting us and for taking the time to share a review. Hope to see you again soon for another adventure on the mountain.
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KyrieB wrote a review Jan 2021
1 contribution1 helpful vote
Customer service is extremely poor. Waited in line for 45mins to get our tickets, ultimately missing our ski lesson. Manager, or whoever we spoke with, gave us a refund but other than that did not seem to care one bit. Mind you, I had to email them 2 days before our trip bc customer service answering calls was also rude and did not answer questions we had. First and last experience with this resort. Kids extremely disappointed they were not able to partake in ski lessons.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback. We would like to speak to you in more detail about this, please email comments@7springs.com
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Joel R wrote a review Jan 2021
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania37 contributions29 helpful votes
Today was my first time skiing Seven Springs after a half dozen visits to the associated resorts of Laurel Mountain and Hidden Valley. Suffice to say, it was a huge disappointment. This was especially true since the mountain has some legitimate assets, including some decent (but short) steeps, and some of the only mogul runs you're going to find in the region. The mountain has a decent vertical for the area, and combined with the spread, there's a good variety of terrain. The biggest plus was the ski school; the resort clearly puts emphasis on ski instruction and it shows. The downsides are pretty rough though. Right off the bat, there is trash everywhere. Beer cans and bottles strewn all up and down the line below their premier lift. There was even trash along the runs. By afternoon it was easy to see where it comes from, drinking everywhere. Around the lodge, in the lots, everywhere. We're talking about Sunday on a non-holiday weekend, so it probably gets worse from there. Honestly, I've probably skied ~500 days in my life and I have never seen a mountain with so much trash on it. Another big bummer and obviously related is that there are a ton of obnoxious/unsafe skiers. That's probably true everywhere, and the layout of the resort funnels a lot of people into beginner runs. But there are lots of kids on these runs and the aggressive/out of control skiing is completely unchecked. Generally speaking, there is almost no visible patrol presence on the mountain at all. There are some other issues, too, like mixing lift-lines with throughways (which mean some folks try to thread the needle with speed). Again, no enforcement. I get that a resort has to cater to its patrons and no one wants to clip tickets but this is out of control. Seven Springs is the most expensive hill in the region, and it's not particularly close, so you'd expect more. At 90+ bucks an adult ticket, the lift rates are comparable to much larger NY/NE resorts.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Thank you for taking the time to share your valuable feedback with us. To speak to a manager, please email comments@7springs.com
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