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Welcome to Winter in PA: We Call It Ski Season
With ski season officially here, we’re getting ready for three months of snow, hot chocolate, and a cozy fire. But we’re also gearing up for the outdoors and hitting the slopes. With the Alleghenies to the west and Poconos to the northeast, PA is a winter adventurer’s wonderland. From cross-country skiing and snowshoeing to an Olympic-size half pipe and the best Learn to Ski program in the nation, Pennsylvania’s ski resorts have something for every age and experience level. So don’t waste winter away. Plan your trip with a stay at one of PA’s quality bed & breakfasts or purchase a gift certificate as a holiday surprise for someone special. With Cabin Fever in January offering your second night FREE or 50% off and a whole month dedicated to learning to ski, the timing couldn’t be better. Take your pick of Pennsylvania’s many premier ski resorts, pack your gear, and plan your bed & breakfast winter getaway today!
301 Resort Drive
Tannersville, PA 18372
Camelback is the largest of the Poconos ski resorts and it also boasts the country’s largest snow tubing park. It’s been voted No. 1 Winter Resort four years in a row by Snow East Magazine and also features a dual zip line and a 4500 foot mountainside rollercoaster.
1660 Blue Mountain Drive,
Palmerton, PA 18071
Beat the winter blues at Blue Mountain’s five terrain parks, 39 trails, and the highest vertical in the state. Celebrate 40 years of Blue Mountain skiing this season with affordable tickets, packages, parties, and more.
434 Jack Frost Mountain Road
White Haven, PA 18610
Return to where it all began at Big Boulder, the site of the first successful use of artificial snowmaking for a commercial application. Eight parks and a two-for-one deal give Jack Frost Big Boulder a reputation as one of the best on the East Coast. Enjoy night skiing at BB and glade skiing and riding at Jack Frost.
401 Hollow Road
East Stroudsburg, PA 18301
Are you impatient? Shawnee may be the resort for you. And not just because it’s usually the first to open its doors. With its signature Tomahawk Express Quad Lift, skiers and riders soar to the 3,100-foot summit in just three minutes. The lift can transport 2,400 people per hour, meaning you get more chances to soar back down.
1424 Overland Pass,
Claysburg, PA 16625
Blue Knob is not only Pennsylvania’s highest skiable mountain, it’s also home to the most challenging slopes (and some of the best food!) Wine tasting events are also held at the clubhouse if you’d rather sip a glass instead of ski the slopes.
925 Roundtop Road
Lewisberry, PA 17339
In the capital area, Roundtop draws crowds to its winter sport trifecta alongside Liberty and Whitetail. Enjoy its snow tube park and take advantage of the best learn-to-ski program in the country.