|MOUNTAIN ELEVATION:||Top: 2,994' Base: 2,240'|
|LONGEST RUN LIFT:||1.25 miles|
|AVERAGE SNOWFALL PER YEAR:||135"|
|LIFT CAPACITY PER HOUR:||24,900|
|SKIABLE TERRAIN:||285 acres|
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|Slope of Trail||Length||Width||Vertical Drop||Rating||Terrain|
|Village Trail Extension||396'||45'||40'||Easier||Snowmaking|
|Avalanche Slope||2,150'||350'||463'||Most Difficult||Snowmaking|
|Tyrol Slope||1,595'||300'||409'||More Difficult||Snowmaking|
|Stowe Slope||1,360'||300'||360'||More Difficult||Snowmaking|
|Stowe Trail||330'||35'||50'||More Difficult||Snowmaking|
|Cortina Slope||1,160'||40'||150'||More Difficult||Snowmaking|
|Wagner Slope||1,800'||300'||346'||More Difficult||Snowmaking|
|Stowe's Beginner's Bowl||300'||150'||30'||Easier||Snowmaking|
|Easy Rider Beginner Area||180'||80'||Easier||Snowmaking|
|Fawn lane Trail||1,590'||70'||20'||Easier||Snowmaking|
|Alpine Pass Trail||990'||50'||160'||Easier||Snowmaking|
|Phillip's Run Trail||3,180'||60'||546'||Easier||Snowmaking|
|Blitzen Slope||200'||200'||429'||More Difficult||Snowmaking|
|Deer pass Trail||960'||70'||160'||Easier||Snowmaking|
|Alpine Meadows Slope||2,425'||200'||520'||More Difficult||Snowmaking|
|Sunbowl Trail||954'||36'||275'||More Difficult||Snowmaking|
|Lost Boy Trail||6,950'||45'||332'||Easier||Snowmaking|
|Sunset Slope||2,818'||200'||650'||More Difficult||Snowmaking|
|North Face Bypass Trail||800'||40'||80'||More Difficult||Snowmaking|
|Little North Face Slope||790'||150'||360'||More Difficult||Snowmaking|
|North Face Slope||3,200'||500'||662'||Most Difficult||Snowmaking|
|Giant Steps Slope||3,200'||250'||750'||Most Difficult||Snowmaking|
|Gunnar Slope||3,360'||250'||750'||Most Difficult||Snowmaking|
|Yodeler Trail||2,895'||55'||675'||Most Difficult||Snowmaking|
|Lost Girl Trail||4,646'||45'||750'||Easier||Snowmaking|
|Northwest Passage Trail||510'||85'||45'||More Difficult||Snowmaking|
|Giant Boulder Slope||4,000'||75'||750'||More Difficult||Snowmaking|
|Little Boulder Trail||696'||60'||40'||More Difficult||Snowmaking|
|Gunnar Chair Line Slope||3,000'||36'||750'||Most Difficult||Natural|
|Corkscrew Trail||1,800'||15'||300'||More Difficult||Natural|
|Alpine Meadows Glades||633'||75'||450'||Expert||Natural|
|North Face Glades||138'||120'||60'||Expert||Natural|
|Turtle Claw Glades||510'||60'||110'||Expert||Natural|
|Great Western Trail||630'||54'||50'||Easier||Natural|
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|Park or Pipe||Length||Width||Vertical Drop||Rating||Terrain|
|Arctic Blast Children's Area||540'||50'||80'||Small||Snowmaking|
|Santa's Beard Terrain Park||411'||192'||80'||Small||Snowmaking|
|Little North Face Terrain Park||570'||150'||60'||Medium||Snowmaking|
|Little North Face Half Pipe||225'||45'||80'||Medium||Snowmaking|
|The Alley Terrain Park||3,500'||65'||650'||Medium||Snowmaking|
|The Spot Terrain Park||1,223'||195'||520'||Large||Snowmaking|
|The Spot Superpipe||450'||195'||520'||Large||Snowmaking|
Seven Springs Ski Patrol
The Seven Springs Ski Patrol provides rescue and first aid in the event of an injury. The Ski Patrol will also address unsafe practices and may revoke skiing and snowboarding privileges.
SHOULD YOU NEED MEDICAL ASSISTANCE WHILE ON THE SLOPES:
- Place crossed skis in the snow above the injured skier/snowboarder.
- Send another skier/snowboarder to report the incident to the chairlift attendant, ski patroller or other resort employee.
- Give the exact location of the incident and the possible injury.
- If you have a cell phone, you can call Ski Patrol directly at 814-352-2035
- The Main Ski Patrol is located at the base of Avalanche Slope in the Mountain Operations Building. On-mountain Ski Patrol huts are located at the top of Tyrol and Gunnar slopes and the top of Polar Bear lift.
NASTAR at Seven Springs is a fun addition to the snowsports experience at the resort! Located on moderate terrain, the 12-14 gate giant slalom course is set for all levels of racers. It is easy enough for novice/intermediate skiers and young aspiring racers, but still offers a good challenge for the “more-seasoned” veteran racers that return every week to work on their racing techniques and improve their national NASTAR rankings!
Skiers race each other and the clock on a dual course. Weather and snow conditions permitting, two side-by-side giant slalom courses are set for the racers to compete on. Although each course is timed independently, skiers love to race their “friendly rivals” for bragging rights and to claim a variety of medals- platinum, gold, silver, and bronze- depending on how fast they race against the Seven Springs pacesetter.
FRIDAY - SUNDAY & HOLIDAY MONDAYS
- Two Runs
- All Day
- Season Pass Add-on
Prices do not include applicable state or local taxes.
- NASTAR is open 10:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. Friday-Sunday and holiday Mondays, weather and snow conditions permitting.
- Some sessions may not be open to the public, as special events may be scheduled on the course.
- Please check the snow report for updates to operating hours.
- Slope, trail, terrain park and lift hours may change without prior notice due to weather conditions.