Pennsylvania Ski Resorts Map and Mountain Statistics
Welcome to the state of virtue, liberty and independence. Pennsylvania is known as the “keystone” state as early in America’s history, the state played a strategic role in holding the newly formed Union together. Aside from its historical significance, there are plenty of activities to keep you busy including learning about Amish life, visiting a winery and tasting the local vino, cultural festivals or enjoying outdoor pursuits such as golfing, fishing, hiking, skiing and snowboarding. Ideally situated to many eastern American cities such as Washington, Baltimore and NYC, a vacation to Pennsylvania is a great getaway option for a week-end and longer stays. Book a vacation rental accommodation such as a condo rental, chalet or cottage rental or for large families or groups a vacation home where you can enjoy all of the convenience and amenities of home even when you leave your home.
While Pennsylvania is divided into 7 regions the majority of ski resorts are located in the stunning Northeast Mountains. This area includes the famous Poconos Mountains. The Poconos form an escarpment overlooking the Delaware Valley to the east and Lake Wallenpaupack to the north. This area has been a long-time popular vacation destination where people enjoy activities including fishing, hunting, golf and skiing. Ski resorts found here include, Big Boulder, Blue Mountain, Camelback, Jack Frost and Shawnee Mountain. Scenic countryside and challenging terrain and trails are also found closer to Pittsburgh. Seven Springs and Hidden Valley offer a variety of activities including skiing, boarding, tubing, cross country skiing and sleigh rides. Vacation rental accommodations are available at many of the resorts or you can also stay choose to stay closer to town in the comfort of your own condo rental or house rental. Owner Direct provides a variety of styles and price ranges to help make your ski and boarding holiday comfortable, memorable and affordable.