Pennsylvania Ski Resorts is a guide to ski and snowboard areas in Pennsylvania.
Ski Areas in Pennsylvania
There are 21 trails on over 86 acres of skiable terrain at Bear Creek Mountain Resort.
The mountain offers something for every level of skier or rider, from an expanded beginner area complete with a carpet lift and triple chair, to Sasquatch, the most challenging black diamond trail with a 50% slope.
Bear Creek Mountain offers night skiing across all its slopes and its snowmaking system can provide 100% coverage.
Spring Mountain is the mountain where everyone begins their family tradition of skiing, snowboarding or snow tubing. There simply is no better place to make the most of Winter. Spring Mountain has 8 trails, two snow tubing runs, four lifts, a terrain park and half-pipe, plus we're just around the corner.
And when there isn't snow on the ground at home, Spring Mountain always has snow for you. Our state-of-the-art snow guns make all of the snow you'll need, even without Mother Nature's…
Located on Big Boulder Lake in Lake Harmony, Penn., Big Boulder was the first commercial ski area in Pennsylvania.
Big Boulder has a 600-foot vertical drop with the longest run of 2,400 feet. There are 55 acres of terrain with 100 percent snowmaking.
Lift tickets are reciprocal with Jack Frost Mountain so you can ski two mountains for the price of one. Group rates are available.
Big Boulder offers racing programs for both children and adults.
Snowboarding and Tubing…
Ski Sawmill Family Resort is continually improving and making your hometown ski area one to be proud of. Sawmill has 12 slopes and 5 lifts. The peak elevation is 2,215 feet and the base elevation is 1,700 feet - giving the area a vertical drop of 515 feet. There is also a terrain park adjacent to our double chairlift.
Ski Sawmill has great inexpensive ways to enjoy your favorite winter activity. Whether you enjoy the thrill of tubing down a seventy foot drop and slide the length of two…
Enjoy short lift lines and uncrowded skiing in a beautiful mountain setting at Eagle Rock Resort.
All the latest snowmaking equipment and high powered snow guns ensure a powdered mountain for quality skiing.
Eagle Rock mountain has 14 lighted slopes ranging from beginner to most difficult, which offer picturesque views of the Blue Mountain terrain.
At Liberty Mountain, you will discover a wide variety of terrain, with 16 trails and slopes covering both sides of the mountain. No other ski area around has such a diverse layout, which always offers you something new and different.
Beginners can enjoy gentle slopes, while intermediate skiers will find many groomed runs offering excellent cruising and just the right amount of challenge. Experts have their choice of steep, mogul-filled runs.
If snowboarding is your game, you will love…
Tussey Mountain has plenty of fun things to do during the winter months. Tussey offers several slopes with different degrees of difficulty.
In addition to skiing, Tussey also offers a snowtubing park which has over 100 snowtubes and a specially designed lift to take you to the top. Once there you will be launched down a 1000 foot snowtube ride!
Tussey is open for skiing early December through late March.
Elk Mountain Ski Resort located in Union Dale, Penn. is nestled in northeastern Pennsylvania's Endless Mountains. Rising to 2,693 feet is Pennsylvania's majestic ski peak - Elk Mountain.
Since 1959, Elk Mountain has grown and continues to make a good thing even
better. Elk Mountain offers a challenging experience with diversified terrain and 27 slopes and trails.
A new quad chairlift, plus five double chairlifts makes for shorter lift
lines and more time to enjoy skiing.
Ski Big Bear offers 18 trails, 6 lifts including 2 Magic Carpet lifts, and 650' of vertical.
The mountain is covered annually with approximately 50 inches of snow. When Mother Nature isn't sending snow their way, the snowmakers make sure the trails are blanketed with as much snow as possible.
Ski Big Bear's trails offer something for every ability.
Whitetail Ski Resort is the first major new ski area built in more than a decade. Its promise of quality is reflected in every aspect of the resort.
The terrain is logically arranged across the mountain and keeps the novices separate from the experts. Special beginners' packages; intermediate lessons to hone your skills; and expert's clinics for mogul runs, racing and handling the conditions of the day all taught by a 180-member ski school staff.
For snowboarders, the mountain boasts a…
Mystic Mountain is Western Pennsylvania's ideal learning environment for first-time skiers, with 25 acres of fun, short lines, friendly trails and experienced instructors.
If winter sports are your thing then you are in luck! Downhill skiing and snowboarding are available on 7 slopes at Mystic Mountain, with slope difficulty ranging from beginner to expert. Mystic Mountain has a 300 foot vertical drop, three lifts and is 100% illuminated, making night snowsports great fun. The mountain…
Jack Frost Mountain is located between White Haven and Blakeslee, Penn.
Jack Frost has a 600-foot vertical drop and 21 trails over 100 acres of terrain, 100 percent covered by snowmaking.
Lift tickets are reciprocal with Big Boulder Ski Area so you can ski two mountains for the price of one. Group rates are available.
Snowboarding is welcome on all slopes, anytime. Lessons and rentals are available and there is a terrain park.
Ski Roundtop is committed to bringing your family the best ski value available anywhere. From the moment you arrive, our friendly, courteous staff will do whatever it takes to make sure your ski experience is enjoyable.
Everyone is at home at Ski Roundtop. New skiers learn to ski with confidence in the specially designed Discovery Area. Intermediate skiers enjoy a variety of groomed cruiser runs, including the popular Minuteman slope.
Experts looking for a challenge should head for the…
Blue Knob All Seasons Resort is on the second highest mountain in Pennsylvania. Located in South-central part of the state between Altoona and Johnstown, Blue Knob is just a couple of hours from Washington, Baltimore, Pittsburgh and Harrisburg. The resort offers a casual atmosphere, scenic views and many activities to interest all ages.
Nestled among the highest peaks in the Allegheny Mountains of Pennsylvania, Blue Knob is 2 hours from Washington D.C., Baltimore and Pittsburgh. Guests…
Reconnect at Seven Springs this winter! Seven Springs Mountain Resort is the perfect place for family vacations that create lifelong memories. So much more than exceptional snowsports, Seven Springs’ legendary service provides guests with relaxing escapes. Take the entire family skiing in the morning, take a shot at Sporting Clays or enjoy the thrills of snowtubing in the afternoon, enjoy a luxurious spa treatment in the evening before a great dinner and then do it all again the next day…
Mount Pleasant will offer you a variety of challenging runs that are sure to thrill and test your abilities. Best of all, you won't see those long endless lines you may be accustomed to at other facilities.
You'll find Mount Pleasant snugly tucked away in Edinboro, PA. Situated in the heart of the tri-state region. This resort is easy to find and located near many major arteries. If you're looking for a resort with some punch that doesn't drain your pocketbook or waste your time waiting…
Largest Ski Resort in the Poconos
Camelback is the largest ski resort in the Poconos, offering skiing on 34 trails, including 34 for night skiing; 17 lifts, including two high-speed detachable quad lifts; and 2 lighted terrain parks.
Skiers will enjoy the top-to-bottom advanced novice cruising trail called The Nile Mile, served by the Stevenson Express high-speed quad chairlift.
The snowtubing park is the biggest snowtubing park in the USA with up to 42 tubing chutes, 2 carpet…
Experience Pennsylvania’s premier ski and riding destination only 75 miles northwest of Philadelphia. Blue Mountain is endlessly amazing with 6 terrain parks, 13 lifts, 100% snowmaking capability, 21 snow tubing slides, Big Air Bag and home of Pennsylvania’s highest vertical drop at 1,082 feet!
Blue Mountain's trails offer something for everyone with our 16 beginner, 7 intermediate and 16 advanced trails!
Blue Mountain has worked diligently throughout the Spring, Summer & Fall, making…
Montage Mountain is located in the Northeastern Pocono mountains.
Montage Mountain offers a full 1,000 feet of thrilling vertical drop. The terrain ranges from beginner to double black diamonds with both the steepest pitch in the Pocono northeast and longest intermediate cruising trails, more than a mile long.
Montage Mountain's 100 percent snowmaking and 100 percent night skiing ensures excellent skiing conditions both day and night.
Montage Mountain's Skiing Improvement…
Shawnee Mountain, located in the Poconos, is the closest major Pennsylvania ski area to metropolitan New York and New Jersey.
Shawnee's 23 slopes and trails, variety of beginner and intermediate runs, tremendous lift capacity (12,600 per hour) and commitment to snowmaking and grooming make it a great family destination.
Shawnee Mountain is always among the earliest Pocono ski areas to open, usually for Thanksgiving weekend. A powerful snowmaking system covers 100 percent of all slopes…
Nestled in the mountains of Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands region, Hidden Valley Resort is a premier destination for winter sports enthusiasts of all ages. With annual snowfall totaling nearly 200 inches, there’s an abundance of snow -- and fun -- at Hidden Valley.
The resort features two interconnected ski areas -- the North Summit Slopes and the Valley Slopes – each with a variety of terrain welcoming skiers and snowboarders of all ability levels. The mountain boasts 31 slopes and…