In preparation for their anticipated opening on Nov. 23, Snowshoe Mountain is unveiling a long list of upgrades and new adventures to get people even more anxious about the upcoming season. Residents of Snowshoe have already been teased by a few snow storms and with so many changes to look forward to at their home peak, it's going to be a real struggle to hold out for another month. But the wait will be worth it.

To start off, the mountain has overhauled their pricing structure to feature new mid-week discounts, increased discounts on tickets pre-booked with lodging and a tiered structure to save you more, the more days you ski or ride.

Daily lift ticket rates start as low as $37.

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New booking options put you in control of your vacation. Photo Courtesy of Snowshoe Mountain.

Plus, guests will now have the freedom to book the lift tickets they want when booking a ski and stay package (which can now be done online)—a little something they call Freedom Packaging.

When it comes to adventurous dining, guests can expand their tastes at three new mountaintop restaurants:

Sunset Cantina—relaxed atmosphere and Southwestern cuisine
South Mountain Grille—eclectic contemporary American fare
The Stash—hot spot featuring hand-rolled sushi and full sake bar

Enjoy, indulge and don't worry about driving. The Inn now offers regularly scheduled Shuttle Service.

New adventure will be found on the slopes in the new Mountaineer Parks, encompassing all five of Snowshoe’s freestyle areas, a combined 27 acres of jumps, jibs and rails. The new Progression Session Park will include small to medium features and be a great place to head during Freestyle Fridays, the new afternoon group lesson for aspiring park enthusiasts.

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Adventures are designed for everyone in the family. Photo Courtesy of Snowshoe Mountain.

Prefer steeps to step-ups? The new Winch Cat Groomer will help ensure speed demons have a smooth ride on pitches like Shay’s Revenge, Upper Ballhooter and Spruce Glades. What about the little shredders? Kids ages four to six can get professional instruction, learn the basics of sliding on snow and also enjoy indoor and outdoor structured play time in the new Ski/Ride and Play Program Group.

For more information or to start planning your family adventure, click here or call 877-441-4386.