You can access 40 trails served by 16 lifts. There are also five terrain parks and a superb 39-lane snow tubing area.
With elevations reaching a whopping (for Pennsylvania) 2,994 feet, 33 slopes and trails, and seven terrain parks, it’s a winter outdoor kingdom with unlimited family fun.
It’s the snow tubing park that makes this place stand out. The area is the largest in the U.S., with 40 lanes and unlimited winter fun for both children and adults. .
27 trails covering 180 acres of skiable terrain is the offer here along with 2,667 feet and a 925 feet vertical drop.
Here you find 20 trails on 70 acres, a series of slopes for every level, and two lifts. It’s this classy ski resort that still boasts some of the pre-war chalets (Midway Cabin) and offers scenic winter fun for the whole family.
If you’re looking for some record-breaking places, Blue Knob fits the bill. It is officially the highest skiable mountain in Pennsylvania.
The slopes are gentle, there’s a snowsports school, and the conditions are ideal for beginners. Families will love the snow tubing runs, cheap & cheerful dining at the mountain cafes, and a variety of events.
The exciting world of winter sports awaits you here, and it’s just a 2-hour drive away. The resort is ideal for experiencing the glorious panoramas of the Pocono Mountains.
Bear Creek is an all-in-one kind of leisure experience. It pays off to spend a weekend or the whole week here, profiting from the sumptuous slopeside lodging offer, the fancy après-ski, and the relaxing spa.
A nice pick for beginners, it still has some of the most challenging slopes in the state with a variety of advanced and intermediate rides.
It’s the best choice for families looking to start the winter sports journey and do it in a calm, uncrowded atmosphere.
here are 23 slopes, nine lifts, a vertical drop of 935 feet, and one of the best learning programs you can find in the state, making this resort a go-to place for every skiing and snowboarding enthusiast.