The Omni Homestead Resort
7696 Sam Snead Highway
Hot Springs, Virginia 24445
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Zip & Ski Package

Explore the Allegheny Mountains like never before

Family Skiing

Red Tail Racer zip line + Daily ski lift tickets & more!

This winter enjoy our mountainside retreat like never before with the Zip and Ski package. Experience our Red Tail Racer dual-racing zip line per registered adult (ages 13 and up), 50% off Red Tail Racer dual-racing for registered children (ages 8-12), the perfect activity for thrill seekers. The excitement continues with skiing, daily lift tickets per registered guest and parking for one vehicle.

Enhance your stay with breakfast, dinner or both! It's as easy as:

1. Pick your dates and select your room type
2. Select Adult Breakfast buffet - or applicable option (1 per person per night of stay)
3. Complete your reservation

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Through March 10, 2018

Red Tail Racer and ski area closed on Wednesdays for maintenance.

Package Details

  • Daily lift tickets per registered guest, per room
  • Red Tail Racer dual-racing zip line course per registered adult (ages 13 and up)
  • 50% off Red Tail Racer dual-racing zip line course for registered children (ages 8-12), charged at point of sale
    • Minimum requirements: 80lbs and 4 feet 6 inches
  • Parking for one vehicle, per night

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Subject to availability. Does not apply to groups or conventions and cannot be combined with other offers or discounts.

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