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Twice the site of the Winter Olympics, Lake Placid offers a wonderfully quirky combination of small-town Americana and international competition center. Whiteface boasts the East's largest vertical drop, but also harbors a reputation for being cold and icy. It can be that, but there's something ...
Seven Springs, PA
Set a stone's throw outside of Pittsburgh, this mega-resort defies definition. Most wouldn't list it among the northeastern resorts, but the place is so unique, it's worth mentioning. How is it special? Well, with a base lodge hotel; numerous game rooms and arcades; an indoor pool; a shopping ...
Shawnee on Delaware, PA
With a 700-foot vertical drop and 50 inches of snow each year, Shawnee Mountain's numbers don't exactly designate this resort as the beast of the east. But don't let its modest stats mislead; Shawnee's reputation for quality snowmaking, some of the nation's best children's programs, and ...
To skiers and boarders living in the geographically blessed realms of the Rockies, the Sierras, and the mountainous part of New England, the molehills of the southern Mid-Atlantic states are usually relegated to bad East Coast skiing punch lines. But for those skiers and riders within a ...
Just a few miles north of Hunter, but worlds apart as far as atmosphere, sits Windham Mountain. The modern base lodge, among the most pleasant anywhere, and the generally simple trail layout make this a great place for intermediates and families. Beginners find safe haven on the far right side ...