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Holly Grove, Arkansas
January 16, 2007
The next day of our trip we decided to ski. We were deciding between the Jackson Hole ski area and the Snow King ski area. Jackson Hole was much bigger but also about a 20-minute drive and a lot more expensive. After learning we got a discount at Snow King since our lodging was there, we decided on it. By staying there you can get an all-day lift ticket, which starts at 10am and ends at 8pm, for only 20 dollars. You can also get a 2-hour ticket for $10 or a half-day ticket for $14. The all-day is $35 if you are not staying at the resort.They have a ski rental place in the hotel at the resort, so we went there to rent skis. They were not as cheap as the lift ticket, but still not bad. We only got a 2-hour ticket at first because it is a small ski area and we were worried we would get bored with the slopes.The slopes were great; they had two lifts that serviced intermediate slopes and several different slopes from each lift. The mountain was also out of the wind and warmer than several areas I have skied in the past. The two hours went by fast and we took a lunch break and then went back for more.
We actually enjoyed the area enough that we returned again the next afternoon for more skiing there. We went and looked at the Jackson Hole ski area that we have skied in the past, but the prices were much higher and it seemed windier and cooler in that area, so we returned to ski at Snow King again. I would not recommend this ski area for a beginner or someone who has never skied; there was only one green trail and it was a narrow road. I did not like the narrow trails when I was beginning and still don’t care for them. This ski area has a lot of expert runs that we did not visit. It is a small area but we definitely enjoyed the value and location of it.
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