A rip-roaring morning spent on the mountain shredding snow and hitting the bumps doesn’t have to give way to slopeside slops at lunchtime.
Bargain fever has hit the nearby slopes, and discount skiing and snowboarding have become the norm. That is, if you know where and when to look.
From the foothills of the Pocono Mountains just north of Allentown to central Montgomery County where generations of skiers made their first turns, the region is alive with snow sports action. Here’s what’s new for the upcoming season at the three area resorts closest to home.
Now is the time to make a winter dream come true for anyone who just can’t get enough of skiing and snowboarding. Jay Lloyd describes how you can work and play at the same time.
The navigation aid company TomTom used its database to measure distances between exits on the nation’s highways and two of the longest stretches are in Western Pennsylvania.
Once upon a time, in a previous century, ski areas were the exclusive province of skiers. Then ski area operators realized they were sitting on a summertime treasure that was lying dormant.
This weekend, a celebrated Pocono Mountains event marks 20 years of captivating audiences. But it has a new name and a new venue.
Blue Mountain, just 17 miles north of Allentown is the closest major Pocono Mountain ski and snowboard resort to the Delaware Valley.