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“Completely disorganized”
Review of Pine Mountain

Pine Mountain
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Owner description: Outdoor recreation area features 18 trails for the alpine skier plus a Terrain Park and Half Pipe for the snowboard enthusiast.
Reviewed November 18, 2013 via mobile

My mom rented one of the rooms last year for my bridal shower. They lost the entire rental, tried to blame her for it, then gave her a discounted condo and the deck when it was 95 degrees outside. They were rude to my bridesmaids that contacted them as well. The rooms were gross and smelled funky. I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone for an event.

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Reviewed August 11, 2013

Pine Mountain is many things...home to a lovely golf course...Timberstone...a nationally ranked 18 hole par 72 course...skiing, of course on 'Pine Mountain'...been active since the 40's I think...I used to ski there during the 50's/60's so been around long time...from the old rope tow days to modern day chair lifts...but, it is also home to, when it was built, the largest 'artificially created ski jump' in the world...back in those days...construction was 1937>1938, first tournament 1939, with a winning jump of 256'...fast forward to present day and the jumpers now achieve up to the current record of 471', due to various improvements made to the tower and outrun over the years...the very well known international ski jumping tournament is always held the last half of February and attracts crowds of up to 20,000...

the view from the top is stunning and, on a clear day you can see forever...well you can see for 30+ miles...almost forever...

recently there has been a WWII Memorial put in place at the top of the jumping area and new steps have been added going down the entire length of the jumping hill...

in 2011 they had a campaign to put in new concrete steps to replace the rotting older wooden ones...and they increased the steps to 500...each with a plaque with the sponsors name./dedication etc on them...of course these steps quickly became an area attraction in and off themselves and, a major venue for exercisers who, ah, like to climb...

go...

view all there is there to see...

enjoy...

aloha

Thank mauimann
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Reviewed July 31, 2013

We bought a stay and play pkg for golf. For a golf course of its caliber, the resort room leave everything to be desired. It looks fine when entering. We had a gal with an attitude at check in and even though the resort was practically empty mid-week, we were put on the 3rd floor, at the end of a beat up hallway and got there via a tempermental elevator! The bed and shower was just OK although I could see an attempt had been made at remodeling. The best part of the room were the nice big, fluffy towels. We had a room with 2 queens that didn't come close to matching - one was "old style" and the other was a "deep pocket, pillow top", so they weren't even close to the same height. Upon leaving to explore, we had asked the desk gal about a local map - nope, the bat viewing - no clue. This place needs a lot of TLC. That gal at check out was super friendly and knowledgable. I questioned the room location and was told we had the best rooms available - hum, hate to see the others. Was told there are no rooms on the 1st floor. The 2nd floor has the old smoking rooms and aren't used unless really needed. The 3rd floor is the best and we were in the newest addition rooms. At least the restaurant was very good and the course was fanastic or I would have been very ticked.

Thank Jackie C
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Reviewed July 22, 2013

Had been there many times, but always nice to view the area.
Visited the memorial for the soldiers.
Use to climb to top when I was in my teens.

Thank Bruce P
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Reviewed July 16, 2013

Challenging with narrow fairways, slopes, greens and many bunkers - made the day a lot of fun and made me more aware of what I had to do while I played and chose clubs. Great place and staff was wonderful and helpful.

Thank CheryllynC
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