This brutal winter has provided a bonanza for at least one group of getaway seekers: skiers and snowboarders will be snow-sliding right into spring.
The guy who wrote, “The night was made for lovers,” apparently wasn’t a skier or snowboarder.
If your wintertime fun includes cruising down a snow covered trail on skis and snowboards, chances are pretty good that you made your first turns on the slopes of Spring Mountain.
From barrel staves to barn doors, whenever people, snow and hills are thrown together for an awesome downward plunge, anything that will slide will suffice. Here’s where and how to find the world of snow tubing.
Ask any skier or rider raised in the Philly area where they learned, and the answer will likely be “Spring Mountain.”
“All our instructors love kids. They love teaching,” says Rick Buckman, who owns and operates Spring Mountain.
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.
What’s summertime without a tiki bar to look forward to at the end of a day? You know – those island and tropical themed outdoor watering holes that provide breeze-blown relief from the heat and a cool drink to fuel an evening of tall tales and salty yarns.
A piece of Montgomery County history reopens today after a major renovation project giving area residents a chance to get away to a bed and breakfast without going too far from home.
Our region is endowed with first class ski schools that have even sent Pennsylvania youngsters to America’s Olympic ski team.
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.
Skiers and snowboarders are about to get their first taste of a new season, and Jay Lloyd reports it’s just a short drive to a snow sports getaway.
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.
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.