Mount Tone Ski Area

Lake Como, Pennsylvania

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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 State border in northeastern PA. The area has operated as a quaint alpine getaway since the mid-1950s, utilizing two separate small plateau faces with 100% snowmaking. Open Friday night through Sunday, it’s a ski area in the mold of a summer camp, with families and youth organizations accounting for most of its guest base. Take advantage of reasonably priced, inclusive ski-and-stay weekends. You’ll get full time on the slopes, equipment rentals, unlimited lessons, special events, home-cooked meals, and lodging in bungalow-style dorms or at a nearby country inn. Weekend rates range from $100 to $146 per person. Or, come for the day and get a dirt-cheap lift ticket that’s valid on both hills, with a hayride shuttle (or five-minute walk) servicing the two sections. This eTrail contains a thorough description of the resort including driving directions, mountain statistics, trail profiles, extensive lodging & dining information, travel tips, and much more.

Mount Tone Ski Area Professional Review and Guide

"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 State border in northeastern PA. The area has operated as a quaint alpine getaway since the mid-1950s, utilizing two separate small plateau faces with 100% snowmaking. Open Friday night through Sunday, it’s a ski area in the mold of a summer camp, with families and youth organizations accounting for most of its guest base. Take advantage of reasonably priced, inclusive ski-and-stay weekends.

You’ll get full time on the slopes, equipment rentals, unlimited lessons, special events, home-cooked meals, and lodging in bungalow-style dorms or at a nearby country inn. Weekend rates range from $100 to $146 per person. Or, come for the day and get a dirt-cheap lift ticket that’s valid on both hills, with a hayride shuttle (or five-minute walk) servicing the two sections. This eTrail contains a thorough description of the resort including driving directions, mountain statistics, trail profiles, extensive lodging & dining information, travel tips, and much more."

Activity Type: Cross-Country Skiing, Ski Resorts
Nearby City: Lake Como
Vertical Drop: 450
Season: Late December to mid-March
Additional Use: Ice Skating, Skiing, Snowboarding
Local Contacts: All contact information for the resort, services, dining, and lodging are provided in the eTrail.
Driving Directions: Directions to Mount Tone Ski Area

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May 2018