Waterville Valley , the "birthplace of freestyle skiing,” will play host to the nation’s best freestyle skiers when they compete for national titles this season. The moguls competitions will take place at Waterville Valley Resort on March 16-17, 2019.
The moguls U.S. Freestyle Championships will be held at Waterville Valley Resort in New Hampshire March 16-17, 2019 and will include mogul and dual mogul events. Brad Wilson (Butte, Mont.) will look to defend both the men’s mogul and dual mogul titles. Women’s mogul champion Keaton McCargo (Telluride, Colo.) retired after the 2018 season, but Tess Johnson (Vail, Colo.) is the reigning champion in dual moguls. The aerials competition will take place in Lake Placid on January 26, 2019.
“Waterville Valley Resort was proud to host the 2018 U.S. Freestyle Championships last March. It was a great event showcasing amazing athletes. The entire Waterville Valley community is thrilled to be hosting the U.S. Freestyle Championships again this season. As the birthplace of freestyle skiing, this event holds a special place in everyone’s hearts,” Matt Hesser, Senior Director of Marketing for Waterville Valley Resort.
Waterville Valley is a four-season resort set on 540 private acres surrounded by 360° of National Forest. Sitting atop the 4,004-foot Mt. Tecumseh, “New Hampshire’s Family Resort” features 265 acres of skiable terrain, a vertical drop of 2,020 feet, 60 trails, 11 lifts, and 74k of groomed Nordic terrain nestled in the valley below. Shuttles provide easy access to year-round events, shopping, and dining in the Town Square as well as a variety of lodging options, including country inns, condominiums, and all-suite hotels. This year Waterville Valley Resort continues on Phase II of a multi-year capital improvement and expansion project. For more information, visit waterville.com.
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