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50th Celebration

50th Celebration

Cheers to 50!

Join us this upcoming winter season as we continue our celebration of 50 years of memories at The Nutt! Use the below tabs to learn more.

Don’t miss out as we look back and look ahead to the next 50 here at Massanutten! Bookmark this page to stay up-to-date with the latest info as we get closer to the winter season.

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News

News

NEW for the 2022-2023 Winter Season:


RFID Gates/Online Technology

  • Reloading your RFID pass will be available for this season. Making getting on the snow easier than ever! After your initial purchase, online or in person, you can now reload your RFID card for future visits. Skip the ticket window and go directly to the lift!
  • Gold Card holders should purchase through the owner’s portal @ owners.massresort.com or at the ticket window to receive their discount. MPOA Property Owners should purchase at the ticket window to receive their discount. Children under 5 and military personnel should make their initial purchase at the ticket window with a valid ID to receive their discount. Gold Card holders, military personnel, and children under 5 will be able to reload their RFID card at the appropriate discount for future visits.
  • New interactive trail map coming soon!     

New Terrain

  • We are extremely excited about our first major terrain expansion in 30 years! This winter will see the opening of three new trails off the Peak Quad and change the way Massanutten skis for years to come.
  • Mueller’s Mile, a “Blue Square” or More Difficult trail will provide awesome views with twists and turns for intermediate skiers and rider’s delight.  
  • Ridgecrest, another “Blue Square” trail will connect Paradice to Mass Transit improving connectivity between the Ridge Triple chair and Peak Quad trails and provide another route down from Peak Quad for intermediate skiers/riders.  
  • Slot, a “Black Diamond” or Most Difficult trail will offer an alternative route for advanced skiers/riders off of the Diamond Jim trail and connect with Mueller’s Mile. All three new trails will be lit with LED lighting for night skiing and riding.
  • We’ve added 84 automated and semi-automated HKD, Tecno Alpin, and SMI snowmakers to cover the new and existing terrain. Mueller's Mile and Ridgecrest will primarily be covered with low energy HKD snowmakers, Upper and Lower Showtime will also see snowmaking love with the addition of Tecno Alpin fan snowmakers top to bottom to help us open and resurface terrain faster than ever before. Easy Street, Paul’s Way, and Meadow will also see new SMI Snowmakers.
  • We didn’t want to leave out the grooming team so we also added a new Piston Bulley groomer to the fleet for the coming season.
  • The new terrain and snowmaking improvements will be transformational to the skiing and riding experience at Massanutten. But, we’re not done yet! Next summer will see the installation of a new detachable high speed lift to replace the Peak Quad and the addition of another new Double Black Diamond, experts only trail, and a revitalized Bike Park.

Rental Shop & Lessons

  • The improvements don’t stop there! The rental shop has expanded into the Learning Center to improve flow and provide space for new rental equipment and direct to snow access.
  • Limited seasonal equipment rentals will be available for this season.Click here for more info.
  • The Snow Sports School is bringing back a new children’s program and limited group lessons. Click here for more info.

Going Green!

  • Massanutten’s Sustainability Committee has been hard at work since Summer of 2021 to make lasting changes that will help reduce our carbon emissions. In 2021, we joined NSAA’s Climate Challenge. Since then we have initiated the process to install solar arrays in three different locations across the resort, upgraded to LED lighting on the ski trails, and trading out snow guns for ones that are more efficient. These are only a few examples of the many projects going on around the resort! Learn more here.
  • Electric vehicle charging stations.
  • Water fountains for reusable bottles around the Ski Lodge and Learning Center which help to eliminate single-use plastic water bottle use!
  • Waste oil heating furnace used to heat the snowmaking maintenance building in winter by recycling used motor oil.
  • Recycling bins located around the Resort. Fun Fact: Massanutten diverts more than 150,000 pounds of recyclable material from the landfill annually!

Resort Guest Shuttle

  • The Resort Guest Shuttle will be offered for the winter season! Massanutten Resort is happy to announce its newest initiative in creating a fun, safe and environmentally-friendly community for its owners & guests. By partnering with TripShot, an on-demand transportation provider, guests will now have the opportunity to enjoy their vacation worry-free of directions, parking, and gas mileage! More details coming soon!

 

Expansion Plans

Expansion Plans

Ski Trail Map 2022

 

Don’t Miss Your Chance At First Tracks On NEW TERRAIN this upcoming season!

  • NEW for the 2022-23 season is the opening of...
    • Mueller’s Mile - a blue trail.
    • Ridgecrest - a blue trail, connecting Paradice to Mass Transit.
    • Slot - a black trail connecting Diamond Jim to the bottom of Mueller's Mile.
  • 84 new snow guns installed.
  • Almost 7,000 feet of new trail! 
  • 21,000' new snowmaking pipe.

And a new detachable lift will replace the Peak Quad lift for the 2023-2024 season!

Events & Promotions

Events & Promotions

Stay tuned for all of the exciting details!

  • Bigger and better Snow Moon Festival Weekend (March 3-5, 2023) - Click here for details!
  • Exclusive merch at The General Store
  • Live at the Lodge Events - View the band line up here.
  • More info coming soon!

Claim your spot out on the mountain by purchasing a Ski Season Pass!

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Hall of Fame Dinner

Hall of Fame Dinner

November 20, 2021

At Massanutten Conference Center
Doors will open at 5:45 pm | Cocktails & appetizers start at 5:45 pm | Dinner at 6:45 pm
Ticket sales have ended.

Join us and host, Joe Stevens for our inaugural Hall of Fame Dinner! Your dinner ticket will include a delicious meal from Shenandoah Provisions, a night of fun and laughter, and the announcement of the winners of the Industry Achievement Award, the Massanutten Community Impact Award, and the Massanutten Champion Award. The Massanutten Ski and Snowboard team will also be hosting an auction fundraiser with great prizes to win! Dress for the dinner and awards will be business casual or cocktail attire.

Joe Stevens

About Joe Stevens
  • Learned to ski for the first time on January 1, 1985 at Massanutten Resort
  • Worked at the Virginia News Network in Richmond as a reporter/anchor from 1975 – 1990
  • Served as Communications Director at Snowshoe Mountain Resort 1990 – 2005
  • Served as Executive Director of the West Virginia Ski Areas Association 2005 – Present
  • Lives in Scott Depot, West Virginia with wife Angie, son Christian and cats Oriole and Mustache

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