Ski Resorts In PA

If you’re looking to ski Pennsylvania, you’ll find a good choice of ski resorts in PA including the Northwest Area.

Winters in PA offer outdoor recreational fun with skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing and ice skating.

The ski resorts in Pennsylvania offer hours of family fun.

Get your exercise as you see the gorgeous views on trails as you snowshoe.

If we’ve had a recent snowfall, you’ll see some absolutely stunning scenery.

Take private or group skiing and snowboarding lessons, join a racing league or let your child participate in a kid’s program.

Just starting out? We give you slope information from beginner to expert so you can find a place to ski that fits your abilities.

Pennsylvania skiing season usually runs from December through the end of March. And with many slopes offering snow tubing, the whole family will enjoy a day at the mountain.

Pocono Mountain ski areas include Alpine Mountain, Big Boulder Ski Area, Blue Mountain Ski Area, Camelback Ski Area, Eagle Rock Ski Area, Elk Mountain Ski Resort, Jack Frost Ski Area, Sno Mountain, Shawnee Mountain, Ski Big Bear and Tanglwood Ski Area. Map of these ski areas.

In eastern PA, Bear Creek Mountain Resort and Spring Mountain Ski Area await your visit. Map of these ski areas.

Ski Denton and Ski Sawmill offer skiing in the northcentral region of PA. See a map of this area.

In the Laurel Highlands and south central PA, visit Liberty Mountain Resort, Ski Roundtop and Whitetail Mountain Resort. Map of this area.

Blue Knob and Tussey Mountain are skiing areas in the Laurel Highlands region of Pennsylvania. Map of this area.

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Northwestern PA offers skiing, snow tubing and snowboarding at Mount Pleasant of Edinboro. Map of this area.

Places to ski in the Pittsburgh/southwestern area of the state include Boyce Park Ski Area, Seven Springs Resort, Mystic Mountain and Hidden Valley Resort. Map of this area.

Have fun skiing in Pennsylvania!

Northwest Area

Enjoy Pennsylvania skiing, snowboarding and snowtubing on your visit to the Northwest corner of the state.

There’s nothing more beautiful than Pennsylvania mountains in the winter with snow hugging the tree branches.

Pine trees look picture perfect as the snow clings to their green branches.

If you’ve never tried to night ski, give it a go on your vacation. The slopes are extra beautiful in the lights.

If the moon is out, you’ll have the extra benefit of moonglow on the slopes.

Mount Pleasant of Edinboro
Edinboro PA 16412

Open December through March
Mon-Thurs 3:30-9 PM, Friday 3:30-10 PM, Sat 9:30 AM-10 PM, Sun 9:30 AM-9 PM

North – I79 S to Edinboro exit, E on Rt 6N 7.3 miles, S on Rt 86 4.5 miles
South – I79 N to Edinboro exit, E on Rt 6N 7.3 miles, follow above
East – W on I90 to I79, S to Edinboro exit then follow above
West – E on I90 to I79, follow above

  • 320 foot vertical drop
  • 25 acres of skiing
  • longest run 2500 ft
  • 50% snowmaking
  • 3 lifts
  • 8 trails – 20% beginner, 70% intermediate, 10% advanced
  • alpine skiing
  • snowboarding
  • night skiing
  • snow tubing – 4 chutes, $8 – 1 hour, $12 – 2 hours, $15 – 3 hours
  • lessons – skiing, snowboarding
  • rentals – skis, snowboards
  • Edinboro PA Hotels

Enjoy skiing in PA!

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