Jack Frost rocks by day, Big Boulder goes day and night. Let’s take a tour.
Ski or snowboard into one of these ski resort restaurants and fill up with lamb chops, bison burgers and beef tenderloins before carving up the rest of the mountain.
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.
How do you enjoy a day, much less an entire season, on the snow without stumbling into nation sized debt? Here’s how.
Take a look at what’s new for this season at some of our favorite Pocono Mountain resorts!
The month of March and the closing days of another ski season also jump starts some carnival hi-jinks at the slopes – everything from clown suits to tailgate parties.
A winter Valentine’s getaway can blend romance and action. Here are three places to enjoy it all.
The following list of top trails is subjective, but you’ll have fun testing them.
While Liberty Mountain is little known in the Philadelphia area, it’s only a two hour ride from the western suburbs. If you’re looking for something different on the snow this winter, here’s an intro to skiing here.
Rick Buckman — owner of Spring Mountain ski area in Montgomery County, Pa. — says he has about half the trails open, thanks to yeoman efforts by his staff at all hours.
“All our instructors love kids. They love teaching,” says Rick Buckman, who owns and operates Spring Mountain.
Jay finds a western tradition that has reached Pennsylvania slopes.
Big Boulder Park can have eyeballs bulging with its stunning summit view overlooking Big Boulder Lake and a pristine countryside of lakeside cottages and evergreen forest.
Shawnee Mountain is a forgiving kind of ski area that’s frequently described as “family friendly.” Here’s what you’ll find there.
For high octane skiing and social hijinx, Camelback Mountain Resort in the Poconos has been the “in” place for generations.