About LMSC

Located atop Liberty University’s serene 5,000-acre mountain, the Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre is the country’s premier point for year-round skiing, snowboarding and tubing. Composed of beginner, intermediate, and advanced slopes and a two-story lodge, this high-performance playground is the first of its kind in the U.S.


The Founding of the Mountain

The concept originated in 2005 when the university began looking for creative ways to utilize its mountain property. The solution was to build an outdoor recreational complex accessible to Liberty University and the general public.

Designed by England’s Briton Engineering, the park’s sleek slopes are made with the industry’s most innovative terrain technology — Snowflex. LMSC caters to snow sport enthusiasts of all skill levels and serves as the ideal training ground in the off-season. A funhouse for freestylers, the facility features an elevated cornice drop, triple kickers, a colossal quarter pipe, and a continually updated array of rails, boxes, and other man-made features.

In October of 2013, LMSC opened three NevePlast runs on our new tubing slopes. The beginner hill hosts a kids run that is 80ft and offers speeds of 5 - 10mph. The main Tubing Park features a 350ft run that offers speeds of about 30MPH, and a 500ft run offers speeds of 30MPH+ and 25 seconds of sliding. The new runs are a huge advancement in the tubing offered by the Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre. 

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