Best Ski Resorts in Pennsylvania

This list represents the most popular ski resorts in Pennsylvania. Use this list to plan your next Pennsylvania ski resorts trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Overlooking Lake Wallenpaupack in the Pocono Mountains, Tanglewood Ski Area has hosted ...
With modest plateaus and sporadic snowfall, Pennsylvania’s Pocono region hardly seemed ...
Montage opened its slopes in 1984 as a private, nonprofit corporation, run by a volunteer ...
Big Pocono Ski Area opened way back in 1950–51, running sporadically for four years before ...
Skiing began here in the mid-1960s after several parcels of land were purchased on the ...
Local developer Ray Tuthill opened a small mom-and-pop ski area in the mid-1970s that ...
Seven Springs started out in 1932 as a series of private vacation cabins owned by Pittsburgh ...
What began as a mom and pop restaurant and country inn back in 1949 soon became the base ...
Formerly known as Mount Pleasant, the small family ski area shut down in 1992 after 20 ...
Just north of the Maryland border in Carroll Valley lies Pennsylvania’s Liberty Mountain ...
Just 10 miles north of Reading, PA, is a learn-to-ski center called Blue Marsh. It sits ...
If you’re jonesing for a dose of vertical and long runs, waste no time getting over to ...
Since 1975 Shawnee has been a major player in the busy Pocono Mountain alpine ski scene. ...
With the considerable snowfall that blankets southwest Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands ...
Spring Mountain has operated since 1963 as a cost-effective family ski area for the nearby ...
"Ski Good or Eat Woods—Blue Knob, PA” is the resort’s official unofficial slogan. The ...
Mount Tone is a unique family ski area and ski camp nestled in the village of Lake Como, ...
Long one of Pennsylvania’s best-kept secrets, Laurel was first owned and run by the Mellon ...
Situated 1,800 feet high on Two Top Mountain in south-central Pennsylvania’s Tuscarora ...
Alpine Mountain can pretty much guarantee two things. You won’t lose sight of anyone in ...
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