Canandaigua, NY (March 29, 2016) Bristol Mountain continues to reach major milestones this ski season. “For spring break kids looking to ski or ride in the state of New York, today they only had two choices out of 50 ski areas in the state.”says marketing director, Drew Broderick. “We are pleased to say that the ski season still continues at Bristol Mountain in what has been a challenging weather season.” states Broderick. General Manager Dan Fuller attributes Bristol Mountain’s ability to remain open with the seasonal temperature fluctuations to an outstanding and dedicated team of snow makers and groomers under the leadership of Mountain Manager Paul Trippi and a little luck. Also important is Bristol Mountains continued investment in snow making and grooming technology. The staff and guests are looking forward to celebrating Day 100 milestone on Friday but Broderick recommends that guests check the conditions page at www.bristolmountain.com for conditions and mountain status prior to visiting.
Bristol Mountain snowsports operations has tentatively scheduled Sunday, April 3rd as the last official day of the season. As the winter operations come to a close the management is working on getting the summer attractions ready to open. Roseland Wake Park, the first cable wake boarding park in the Northeast will open for season two on April 29th. Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures is already operating its new Zip Line Canopy Tour on weekends by reservation and the Aerial Adventure Park will open for a limited schedule on Saturday, May 7th. Roseland Waterpark will begin its 16th season on June 25th.
Press Announcement Drew Broderick Director of Marketing 5662 Route 64 Canandaigua, NY 14424 email@example.com 585-455-4186