Ski Resorts in Pennsylvania

The bounty of Pennsylvania skiing is nestled in the eastern Pocono Mountains, ideally positioned within striking distance of Philadelphia; Pittsburgh; Washington, DC; Baltimore; New York City; and all points between. Camelback is the region’s largest, with high-speed quads that assure you spend more time on the slopes than in line. Blue Mountain sports the state’s largest vertical drop, while an inter-resort lift ticket puts the slopes of both Jack Frost and Big Boulder quite literally at your feet. Elk Mountain, meanwhile, is a spot for serious skiers and ‘boarders. It boasts Vermont-like conditions and a no-frills approach to the best terrain in the region. Then there’s Seven Springs, a Mecca of winter mayhem only a stone’s throw from Pittsburgh, with ample skiing and a dizzying variety of après ski entertainment. Simply put, the State of Independence elevates Mid-Atlantic skiing to best-in-country status.

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