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Tag - Skiing & Snowboarding

We’re sharing our love of the Laurel Highlands in honor of National Tourism Week. As travel professionals and locals, we get to hunt down those hidden gems, explore the area, and have so many exciting experiences. The awesome LHVB staff shared some of their favorite spots in the region, and believe me it wasn’t easy to pick: some…

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10 Ways to Blow Your Tax Return

Posted on March 15, 2017 8:00 AM by Cassandra Rupert

It’s that dreaded time of year again. You’ve been filling out your taxes, crunching numbers, collecting all of your receipts, squinting at screens, and figuring out deductibles. But if you’re like most taxpayers, you’ll get a nice chunk back this spring. Start planning how you’ll blow your tax return extravagantly…

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17 Things Not to Miss in 2017

Posted on January 4, 2017 5:00 PM by Cassandra Rupert

Make 2017 a year to remember in the Laurel Highlands with these bucket list destinations, events, and activities. Gear up for an adrenaline pumping adventure, get a taste of local flavors, explore a new place, or revisit a classic attraction. These Laurel Highlands essentials will keep you busy all year-round! 1. Kick off the New Year at Laurel…

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2016 Laurel Highlands Bucket List

Posted on January 6, 2016 2:00 PM by Laurel Highlands

The New Year is just kicking off, and we have some great ideas to make this year one to remember. Check out our 2016 Bucket List, and add these experiences to your to-do list this year. Whether you’re a thrill seeker or justlooking for something new, we’ve got you covered. Winter Dogsled: If you've ever wanted to lead a team of…

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Winter is Here!

Posted on January 27, 2015 6:00 PM by Stacey Magda

Have you ever wanted to visit Narnia? Then be sure to make it to one of the eight state parks or three ski resorts in the Laurel Highlands to experience the pure magic of the winter season! After months of teaser snow falls, a few blasts of arctic air and some very optimistic days spent pushing the track on our local Laurel Highlands cross-country…

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There's nothing more painful than watching a beginner freeze during their first time on the slopes. Those that have been out before will know what I'm talking about. I have great respect for people who brave the cold dressed in jeans and a hoodie with a beat red face and hands on a 20 degree day, but I'm here to tell you there are…

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