Spring Mountain Ski Area
Thrill seekers get some high-flying adventure on a “zipline,” which carries the timid and bold at daunting speed above the trees, harnessed to a cable.
At Spring Mountain Ski Area, in Montgomery County, they started making snow in late November, but December brought rain and warmer temperatures.
You might be surprised to learn that kids in the fourth and fifth grades can ski, tube, and snowboard free at Pennsylvania snow resorts.
An arsenal of snow guns is blasting out literally tons of snow each night at nearby Spring Mountain. Can ski season be far off?
After two warmer-than-usual winters, Spring Mountain owner Rick Buckman says he’ll take the colder temperatures.
Rick Buckman, the owner of Spring Mountain Ski Resort in Montgomery County, is all smiles today.
There’s a reason that Pennsylvania has been tagged as “banana belt skiing” country.
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.
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“The winter that wasn’t” has left some local ski resorts reeling.
Despite the mild winter, business was booming during President’s Day weekend at Spring Mountain Ski Area in Montgomery County.
The operators of the Spring Mountain Ski Area are renovating an historic inn in Schwenksville that dates back to the 1920s, a bold step they hope will turn northwestern Montgomery County into a destination site for thrill seekers.