Accident That Claimed Life Of Phila. Man On Section Of Appalachian Trail Prompts Words Of Caution For Hikers
Last weekend’s death of an experienced Philadelphia hiker on a section of the Appalachian Trail in Maryland prompts a group, which oversees the trail, to remind hikers to always be aware of their surroundings.
If you’re in the Pocono Mountains and the aroma of burgers on the grill is filling the air, the sun is shining overhead and you’re looking at smiling people in ski and snowboard boots, it […]
Realtors reported banner business last year, and early indications are this year will be better — in part due to the harsh winter, the improved economy, and the ease of comparing offerings and booking a rental online.
Many parents dread their child’s first ski getaway without mom or dad.
Last minute decisions when the forecasts are more certain can come with some unexpected benefits, like lower prices on unbooked rooms. Here’s a sampling of my winter rambling.
Ice jammed rivers and bays have impacted freighters and tankers, but getaway seekers have also been feeling the effects.
Only one Philadelphia-area spot made the cut.
A mountain of fresh powder, brisk temperatures to put some red in your cheeks and a blast on the slopes can really crank up an appetite.
When days become frigid, my mind turns to the flavors of Spain and the Caribbean. So let’s revive a memory or create new ones near and far.
It doesn’t get much better than this — a double dip for lovers who also happen to be skiers. Here’s where to combine romance with a downhill rush.
A local female captures the beauty of the City of Brotherly Love through photography and blogging.
Where do we find “ski-in, ski-out” lodging at some of our favorite Pennsylvania mountains? Follow me!
On a winter day in 1979, the Shah of Iran had already been deposed. What’s this have to do with skiing? I’ll tell you. I was sitting in a Pocono Mountain Lodge interviewing Jean Claude […]
A pair of recent Pennsylvania chairlift accidents has focused attention on skiing and snowboarding safety. And while there are risks, following the rules and staying alert can minimize those risks.
Camelback Mountain near Tannersville can have you cruising in languid, lazy turns for over a mile or taking a nosedive plunge on a bounty of bumps.