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Palmerton, PA

Just one hour north of Philadelphia, Blue Mountain boasts 1,082 feet of vertical—the region's largest—as well as some serious skiing ambience.

The trails are serviced by 13 lifts, including the region's only high-speed detachable six-seater. For newbies, Blue Mountain also ...

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Tannersville, PA

This is the Pocono's largest ski area. The recent additions of high-speed quad chairlifts has eased lift lines, while additional trails have helped to spread skier traffic. The resort offers destination amenities, night skiing on all 34 trails, and a multi-chute snowtubing facility. But it's ...

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Blakeslee, PA

Although they consist of separate resorts, Jack Frost/Big Boulder offers an interchangeable lift ticket and, together, call themselves "The Big Two." Between them, The Big Two offers a full range of skiing, and a pair of snowtubing parks that will entertain all ages. Jack Frost's base lodge is ...

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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 ...

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