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Happiness Now: Skiing
Embrace fresh flakes on Pennsylvania slopes this winter! With 20 ski resorts to choose from, you can shred the gnar on almost any kind of slope. Here are a few to get you started along with a complete list.
Featured Trip Ideas
Skiing at Camelback Mountain Resort, Pocono Mountains

Camelback Mountain is the largest ski resort in the Pocono Mountains with 34 trails, two high-speed quads, a snowboard half-pipe, multiple terrain parks, and more! New this season is Galactic Snowtubing, featuring fun hills and laser-lit lanes.


The Streets at Seven Springs Resort, Champion.

The Streets urban terrain park at Seven Springs Mountain Resort is full of handrails, wallrides, stairsets, and other urban-inspired terrain. Modeled after some of nearby Pittsburgh’s architecture, The Streets is hard to miss, nestled right by the legendary Foggy Goggle.

Often known as Pennsylvania’s best-kept secret, Blue Knob All Seasons Resort is the highest skiable mountain in the state. Winter sport lovers can enjoy freshly groomed trails — or go cross-country skiing on a non-groomed trail for a challenging ride. After a day spent outdoors, enjoy a drink and dinner at one of the indoor dining options set near a fireplace.

Interested in learning how to ski or snowboard? Head to Whitetail Resort in Mercersburg. Recognized as the best in the country by the National Ski Areas Association for its beginners’ programs, you’re sure leave feeling like a pro.

For more information, visit the complete list of Pennsylvania ski resorts.