Freestyle skiers and riders in Pennsylvania have a new reason to flock to Seven Springs Mountain Resort. Not just because the resort has been ranked as the East Coast #1 Park and Pipe or that they were first resort in the country to debut an urban terrain park – The Streets; designed to replicate the actual cityscapes of nearby Pittsburgh – both good reasons no doubt. But the NEW reason is because for a limited time this season, the resort is offering park enthusiasts a sweet deal when they slide and stay.

The Rails to Rails Package at Seven Springs is available Sunday to Thursday, Jan. 2 to March 4, 2013, from $122 per person, per night (based on double occupancy).

The package includes one night's lodging, unlimited skiing and snowboarding between 4 p.m. the day of arrival and 7 p.m. the day of departure, breakfast to fuel you up for a big day in the park and they'll even outfit you with a limited edition Seven Springs Terrain Park t-shirt to rep The Streets, on the street. There's no getting around it, park riders love swag.

Seven Springs is committed to the progression of the freestyle skiing and snowboarding and over the years they've been making noticeable improvements to turn their slopes into the breeding ground for tomorrow's top freestyle skiers and riders. This season will bring the addition of a Riglet Park in partnership with Burton Snowboards, becoming the seventh terrain park on the resort's trail map. The resort has also announced that an Olympic-sized halfpipe with 22-foot walls will return to their flagship park, The Spot, for a second season.

Killing it in the park all day is tiring. So plan an overnight with the whole crew and get some shuteye while you recharge the GoPros. Just don't plan on using any bed rails in your edit, management probably wouldn't like that.

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