Thursday, October 1, 2009


It's October 1st. October is warm and fuzzy, ready to wear turtlenecks and sweaters, sip on hot chocolate and sooth the soul with some warm, hearty soup. October is pumpkins and scarecrows, festivals and art shows, colorful leaves and beautiful mountains. October is saying "goodbye" to summer and preparing for the cold months ahead.

As winter continues to slowly creep towards us, Liberty continues to get ready for the 2009-10 season. Our $399 Season Passes have gone on sale and Liberty projects are being completed and polished. We're also preparing for our upcoming Fall Festival and Customer Appreciation Picnic. It's a great way to celebrate the fun and foilage of fall, but also a great way to get excited and ready for the upcoming winter season.

This year's Fall Festival is on Sunday, October 18th from 12 Noon to 4pm. We'll have tons of fall activities including pumpkin painting, scarecrow making, and live entertainment from the Boro Boogie Pickers. The Boulder Ridge Challenge Course climbing wall and zip line will also be open for those guests that want to "fly high" and experience adventure. Hayrides and chairlift rides will also be available at no extra cost.

Get an early start on your winter snow sports preparation by purchasing your Season Pass or Advantage Card at Fall Fest! Guest Services will be in the Eastwind Room and The Learning Center Lobby to process passes and cards so you can walk away with your "ticket" to the 2009-10 winter season.

Chef Dwaine's delicious BBQ lunch will be available on the Alpine Patio. Season Pass and Advantage Card holders will receive complimentary lunch tickets. Lunch will be $10 for adults, $6 for kids ages 6-12 and free for kids under 5 for non-pass and card holders. Click on the flyer image below for more details on this year's Fall Festival.

And that's not all! This year's Fall Festival will feature the 2nd Annual Cannonball Chili Cookoff! From 12 Noon to 4pm, guests can taste the different chili recipes prepared by local chili enthusiasts for a $5 donation - a portion of the proceeds will benefit local non-profit organizations. Chili teams will have the chance to win monetary prizes and awards. Which would you rather be - a chili maker or a chili taster? Visit our website to find out which is right for you. Cookoff rules and entry forms are available.

We hope to see you at Fall Fest on October 18th!

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