With Olympic fever heating up, a weekend getaway to the local ski slopes can fuel your own alpine fantasies.
If you like the idea of snow-filled getaways in scenic mountain settings but aren’t in the mood for skiing, how about some unique alternatives?
It’s the age of the Mountain Cam!
It was a start to one of the earliest seasons in recent memory. As a cold snap set in, Big Boulder opened its terrain parks before Thanksgiving and other Pocono resorts weren’t far behind.
There’s a reason that Pennsylvania has been tagged as “banana belt skiing” country.
With cooler weather on the horizon, maybe it’s time for another Poconos golf getaway!
We’ve arrived at the week when area tourists who are seeking thinly populated getaway destinations get their wish.
It’s an aerial obstacle course in a pristine section of the Fernwood Resort. Pocono Tree Ventures lets anyone in reasonably good shape see the world from treetop level.
“All our instructors love kids. They love teaching,” says Rick Buckman, who owns and operates Spring Mountain.
Mother Nature can be fickle this time of year, but Pocono mountain ski areas have lots of alternatives if there is no blast of winter before the big holiday week.
The guns of winter – the ones that lay down light powdery snow on the Pocono Mountain slopes are firing away at Jack Frost Mountain.
It’s embarrassing to be flopping around in the snow like a beached whale, trying to get up after taking a spill on skis. Here’s a word of advice for the novice.
For Delaware Valley leaf peepers the color shift may still be a few weeks away, but in New England the parade of fall hues is already shifting.
As the calendar turns, the colors of autumn aren’t far behind. They can be found within two hours of home in the expansive Pocono Mountains.
There is so much more to do in the Pocono Mountains at resorts like Camelback than just skiing! The area offers fun for the entire family year-round, from fall foliage to stock car racing.