Where do we find “ski-in, ski-out” lodging at some of our favorite Pennsylvania mountains? Follow me!
Skiers and riders will see dynamic innovations on the eastern Pennsylvania snow scene this season. Millions of dollars have been poured into resort improvements from parking lots to lodges, accommodations, lifts and summits.
The summer crowds are gone, skiers haven’t arrived, driving is a scenic pleasure and the region is alive with activity, from harvest festivals to a country hoe-down and rodeo.
Jeremiah Watt captures people dangling off boulders and surfing down mountains, highlining between cliffs and deepwater diving into the abyss. We asked Watt for his top tips for taking amazing adventure photographs, and here’s what he had to say.
The ski slopes of Pennsylvania have more March snow today than they’ve had in decades. Here’s what kind of hijinks, from carnivals to St. Pat’s themed ski-a-thons, we can expect.
The air at the top of Elk is as crisp as the snow on long trails and steep slopes. Here’s what you’ll find.
How do you enjoy a day, much less an entire season, on the snow without stumbling into nation sized debt? Here’s how.
The autumn mountain getaway is a perfect excuse to start scoping out winter cottages, condos and chalets for those winter ski week vacations.
Where can new parents find child care that transitions their little ones to the slopes? Here are some options.
Why not join a ski club? There are more than 35 in our region.
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.