Pinkham Notch, NH—Great Glen Trails is excited to announce a new product for the 2007/2008 winter season: the Trails Total Ticket or T3.
The Trails Total Ticket offers families an unsurpassed value in winter recreation, providing them with complete access to everything available at Great Glen Trails for one discounted price. The T3 includes a trail pass for cross country skiing and snowshoeing; cross country ski and snowshoe rentals; all-day access to the snow tubing hill and SnowPark, a session on the climbing wall and one tour on the one-of-a-kind SnowCoach up Mt. Washington. Winter brings a whole new set of sights and sounds to the White Mountains: the crisp mountain air, the crystal blue skies, the soft crunch of new snow. And, the SnowCoach is the best way to experience them all.
As opposed to most winter recreation, the T3 allows for one-stop shopping. Guests don’t have to pay for each item separately as they go throughout their day.
“Never tried snowshoeing? This is the answer,” said Ryan Triffitt, Great Glen Trails Director of Marketing. “Often we see families reluctant to try new things because they need to pay for them separately or are uncertain at the beginning of the day. With the T3, they have access to everything. It makes it easy.”
The T3 offers complete flexibility. If a family wants to snowshoe in the morning and then swap out for cross country ski rentals in the afternoon, they can. Want to go back to snowshoeing? Return the skis, and they’re back on snowshoes.
The Adult T3, a $96 value, will be available for $59. The Junior T3, ages 5-12, a $68 value, will be available for $40. A la carte pricing will still be available.
Great Glen Trails is currently making preparations to open for the winter season. Snowmaking operations have begun and updates on the status are available at www.greatglentrails.com. Great Glen Trails will host the first Nordic ski race of the winter season, the Atomic Sprints at Great Glen, on Saturday, December 8.
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