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.
#1 Tanglewood Ski Area
Overlooking Lake Wallenpaupack in the Pocono Mountains, Tanglewood Ski Area has hosted family and novice skiers each for ...
#2 Big Boulder - Jack Frost Ski Resort
With modest plateaus and sporadic snowfall, Pennsylvania’s Pocono region hardly seemed the right place to follow on the heels ...
#3 Montage Mountain Ski Area
Montage opened its slopes in 1984 as a private, nonprofit corporation, run by a volunteer board of directors with hopes of ...
#4 Camelback Ski Resort
Big Pocono Ski Area opened way back in 1950–51, running sporadically for four years before hurricanes Connie and Diane shut ...
#5 Bear Creek Ski Area
Skiing began here in the mid-1960s after several parcels of land were purchased on the low-lying plateau between Allentown ...
#6 Blue Mountain Ski Area
Local developer Ray Tuthill opened a small mom-and-pop ski area in the mid-1970s that he dubbed Little Gap, later changing ...
#7 Seven Springs Ski Resort
Seven Springs started out in 1932 as a series of private vacation cabins owned by Pittsburgh merchant Adolph Dupre. An avid ...
#8 Hidden Valley Ski Resort
Hidden Valley, PA
What began as a mom and pop restaurant and country inn back in 1949 soon became the base location for a new ski area known ...
#9 Mountain View at Edinboro Ski Area
Formerly known as Mount Pleasant, the small family ski area shut down in 1992 after 20 years of operation. It resurfaced ...
#10 Ski Liberty / Liberty Mountain Resort Ski Area
Carroll Valley, PA
Just north of the Maryland border in Carroll Valley lies Pennsylvania’s Liberty Mountain Resort—one of Baltimore and Washington, ...
#11 Blue Marsh Ski Area and Winter Sports Park
Just 10 miles north of Reading, PA, is a learn-to-ski center called Blue Marsh. It sits at an elevation of just 590 feet ...
#12 Elk Mountain Ski Area
Union Dale, PA
If you’re jonesing for a dose of vertical and long runs, waste no time getting over to Elk. Its 150-plus skiable acres crushes ...
#13 Shawnee Mountain Ski Area
Since 1975 Shawnee has been a major player in the busy Pocono Mountain alpine ski scene. Situated just off the Delaware River ...
#14 Mystic Mountain Ski Resort
With the considerable snowfall that blankets southwest Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands region, a fourth ski area was bound ...
#15 Spring Mountain Ski Area
Spring Mount, PA
Spring Mountain has operated since 1963 as a cost-effective family ski area for the nearby Philadelphia area. The ski center ...
#16 Tussey Mountain Ski Area
There’s a little-known ski area in Boalsburg that’s been serving local families and students for the last 20 years. Tussey ...
#17 Blue Knob Ski Resort
"Ski Good or Eat Woods—Blue Knob, PA” is the resort’s official unofficial slogan. The Knob is not your typical Mid-Atlantic ...
#18 Mount Tone Ski Area
Lake Como, PA
Mount Tone is a unique family ski area and ski camp nestled in the village of Lake Como, just five miles from the New York ...
#19 Laurel Mountain Ski Area
Long one of Pennsylvania’s best-kept secrets, Laurel was first owned and run by the Mellon family as a private resort for ...
#20 Whitetail Ski Area
Situated 1,800 feet high on Two Top Mountain in south-central Pennsylvania’s Tuscarora Mountain range, Whitetail has served ...
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Very nice and fun to see the water blowing in the hole ! Easy!
Wow what a nice ridge trail !!! The view is beautiful!