I went to Hidden Valley for the first time in my life to ever ski on Christmas day 2010. They were have a moonlight ski from 6pm to 3am and it was amazing. I was able to take an hour fifteen min lesson from a wonderful instructer that gave me the confidence I needed to have a blast while we were there. Thank you Hidden Valley for making this opportunity available to a country girl from the ozarks that might not ever get a chance to see Cali or Colorado
slopes. Says Tina Taitano.
I lived near Hidden Valley when I was young and we used to go there sometimes. I think it was pretty good. Says John.
With a skiing land of 17 acres, it's exceptionally pleasurable and cozy.
This ski hill has an average part of advanced and expert ski trails and an average share of green and blue trails. This is a petite ski resort featuring a small-size altitude difference when compared to other mid Atlantic ski areas. Hidden Valley receives less than average snow each ski season. Hidden Valley has a rather small variety of trails and an ok selection of ski lifts. The seasonal snowfall of 2 feet doesn’t sound like a lot, but it's relatively all
right. Hidden Valley is a petite location with a pleasant staff. The 250 foot drop from top to bottom is unsurprisingly not that much to talk about, but Hidden Valley makes up for it with other things. You'll run into many skiers
from St. Louis here. Hidden Valley has the biggest altitude difference for 156 miles. The 9 ski slopes at this ski area are totally enjoyable. When this segment of Missouri is blanketed in wonderful snow; it is so pretty for snowboarding
and skiing. All 6 lifts at this ski hill are in magnificent shape. The snow blanketed mountaintops of the Ozarks make for a fine panorama. Getting a bit of pleasant exercise and an opportunity to spend some time in the fresh air are
pleasant incentives to come. The snowboarding and the skiing in Missouri is a great thing to do all season long. No matter if you're skiing or snowboarding, around here, you won't discover lots of other ski hills. The mountaintops
of the Ozarks in winter are a pure snowboarding and skiing heaven. There are lots of lodgings here if you want to spend the night, but you'd better reserve before you go in view of the fact that these lodgings fill up swiftly.