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Terrain Parks - Blue Mountain 


Rider's Guide

This ski area has a great variety of slopes and enough lifts to get the throngs of visitors around to them all. The mountain area contains more than 30 named runs that cater to all ability levels, from first-timer to seasoned expert. The resort doesn’t receive a notable amount of snow, but does have excellent snowmaking abilities, so conditions remain optimal even when the weather is not. Blue Mountain has the largest vertical in the mid-Atlantic region with 1,082 feet and there are several double blacks that take advantage of the area’s steepest parts. The entire area is open at night, every night, so alpine riding and freestyling can continue well after the sun goes down.

Parks and Pipes

There are five impressive terrain parks here. The areas premiere park is called the Sidewinder Park, it is constantly evolving and progressing into a bigger and more challenging park. This park has huge barrels, flats, c boxes, stairs, jumps, and tabletops that change throughout the season. Central Park is the “urban” park and it will also house the Big Air Bag for guests to practice risky jumps safely. The Snow Cross Trail is a chain of turns, rollers, and a large cement mixer jib. The Come Around Park is specifically aimed at intermediate level riders, or progression riders on their way to Sidewinder. The Terrain Run Park is for beginners, it sports mellow transitions and small features to help foster confidence and hone fundamental techniques.

Out of Bounds

The Poconos is absolutely brimming with possibilities for winter sports and activities. There is snowmobiling, ice skating, snowshoeing, ice fishing, cross country, sleigh rides, just to name a few. The resort houses great ski and snowboard lessons, and a massive tubing park that’s also open at night. In addition to exciting snow sports, there is also the Big Air Bag. A variation on the fall cushions used by professional stuntmen, the Big Air Bag lets every skier and rider practice big jumps with the guarantee of a soft, safe landing.

Hangout & Hookup

There are a few bars and lounges located slope side. The most notable of which is the Last Run Lounge. Located at the Summit Lodge, the lounge features a tavern-esque environment, great food and drink specials, music and TV’s. Check out the multi-million dollar expansion that includes the fantastic Slopeside Pub & Grill, a casual family-friendly indoor fun dining experience. Boasting a full bar and two fireplaces, this new hot spot is sure to warm your toes. With a beautiful deck next to the lounge, it's perfect for some quality relaxation amidst stunning alpine scenery. There are also bars at the Valley Lodge and the Adventure Center.