Waterville Valley Resort Receives Award from U.S. Ski & Snowboard

Waterville Valley Resort Receives Award from U.S. Ski & Snowboard

Waterville Valley Resort is proud to have hosted the event this year after being one of the first ever Freestyle Dual Mogul Event sites in the early 1970’s.  “It takes a village to pull off events of this magnitude.  I’m very proud of our team,” says long time event guru, Jamie Cobbett.



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Waterville Valley Resort Acquires Silver Fox Inn, Diversifying Lodging Portfolio

Waterville Valley Resort Acquires Silver Fox Inn, Diversifying Lodging Portfolio

Waterville Valley Resort has acquired ownership of popular local lodging property, the Silver Fox Inn, formerly Best Western Silver Fox. The addition aims to strengthen and diversify the resort's portfolio of hospitality businesses. Waterville Valley Resort began the transition in February and is now operating the 32-room hotel alongside it's two and three-bedroom, fully-equipped Town Square Condominiums

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The History of Ski Racing at Waterville Valley Resort

The History of Ski Racing at Waterville Valley Resort

The next generation of ski racers were honing their skills on the slopes surrounding Waterville Valley, New Hampshire years before the resort even opened its lifts to the public. Founded in 1934, the Waterville Valley Black and Blue Trail Smashers (WVBBTS) Ski Club is one of the oldest in the USA. Thirty years later, in the summer of 1964, Tom Corcoran, a former Olympic ski racer was scouting mountains to establish a ski area:

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Meet the town with an Olympic Past: Waterville Valley sends athletes to Winter Games

Meet the town with an Olympic Past: Waterville Valley sends athletes to Winter Games

With a long history of Olympic ties, Waterville Valley Resort will once again figure into many storylines that will develop at the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The United States Olympic Committee has named six WVBBTS/WVA alumni to the 2018 US Olympic Team. That is a lot for a town of about 300 people.

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