Seven Springs Mountain Resort

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Seven Springs Mountain Resort is the ideal location for a great family vacation, it offers so much more than just great skiing and snowboarding, it’s a winter paradise replete with activities and diversions.

Largest Resort in Pennsylvania

This resort is conveniently located near large cities, but far enough that it feels like a true escape. As the state’s largest ski aream Seven Springs offers its many guests well-appointed lodging and amenities, ample terrain and big lift capacity. As one of the most beloved ski resorts in the East, it is a wildly popular winter destination for many people each year. It offers 32 slopes (25 percent beginner, 40 percent intermediate, 35 percent advanced) that cover a 750-foot vertical, which is largely continuous on three trails in the North Face area, and spread over more than 285 acres. There are more than a dozen lifts that whisk visitors up the mountain throughout the winter. Nearly all the terrain is lighted at night and the resort offers night skiing and snowboarding seven nights a week. Additionally, a massive and modern snowmaking system cranks out enormous amounts of snow each season, fortunately the region gets a lot of natural snow, however, it’s always best to have the snowmakers on hand when conditions are suboptimal.

Seven Springs is extremely snowboard friendly and since 2004, they has been unwaveringly committed to developing and growing their terrain parks, halfpipes and superpipe. Currently, Seven Springs has five terrain parks with more than 50 features, both natural and manmade. As a result the resort has received several accolades, including the top five parks and pipes on the East Coast.

Off the Slopes

The resort is a premiere destination for many families because it offers so much more than just great skiing and slopes. From unforgettable views of the slopes during a nighttime snowcat ride to a nostalgic sleigh ride, or sporting clays, and snowtubing, Seven Springs provides a variety of winter fun. For lovers of the great indoors, the area hosts tons of fun activities, at the main lodge, there are a multitude of activities and nightlife. Bowl a couple of frames, hit the green at miniature golf, groove at the roller skating rink or hit the Bear Trap Fun Zone for some arcade fun. For upscale comfort there is the luxurious Trillium Spa and tons of boutique shopping in the area.

As far as lodging is concerned, there is a hotel and several condos located slope side, they offer modern amenities and are walking distance to the lifts. The surrounding area boasts thousands of condominiums, cabins, and chalets for guests of the resort. Many of these accommodations offer unbeatable ski and stay vacation packages throughout the winter season, which will suit all tastes and budgets. There is also an impressive array of eateries available both on and off the mountain. Whether it’s budget, family friendly standard slope side fare, or a romantic candlelit dining experience, Seven Springs has it all.

Getting Here

Conveniently located just off the Pennsylvania Turnpike, within 200 miles of Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Cleveland and Columbus, Seven Springs is easily accessible from all directions. Visitors will delight in the sheer amount of activities and fun to be had at one of Pennsylvania’s premiere ski resorts.

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