Things to Do
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The Laurel Highlands are Pennsylvania's skiing, snowboarding and winter sports destination. With the largest average snowfall and the highest peaks in PA, you'll find great skiing conditions and plenty of opportunities to get into the snow, whether you’re looking for some serious downhills or fun activities with no skills required.
This year marks the grand reopening of Laurel Mountain Ski Area after 10 years of dormancy. At Laurel Mountain, you'll find the steepest slope and the highest vertical drop in the state.
Check out the ski reports in the Laurel Highlands below!
Seven Springs Mountain Resort has everything you need to enjoy the snowy weather. The resort offers a variety of passes and lift tickets to suit your schedule. Seven Springs also offers Burton snowboards and Rosignal ski rentals to get you perfectly outfitted for your downhill adventure. Venture over to the Snow Tube Park for a different kind of downhill adventure that requires less practice. Enjoy a tour on the back of a snowmobile, a whole different way to enjoy the winter season. Strap on some snowshoes for a crisp winter hike. The winter fun never stops at Seven Springs. Don't forget to check out Winterfest in January or the Seven Springs Pond Skim near the end of the season in March for even more snowy excitement.
The first resort in PA to welcome uphill travel enthusiasts, Seven Springs offers an uphill travel session from 7-9 a.m. every morning. An exclusive uphill season pass is available.
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Escape all the commotion at the Trillium Spa for a relaxing, pampering experience.
Head over to Helen's for a luxurious dining experience, Timbers for a delicious meal for the family, or enjoy a drink at Foggy Brews.
• 33 slopes and trails on 285 skiable acres
• Seven terrain parks of varying difficulties, a half-pipe & super-pipe
• Largest snow tubing park in region
• Snowshoe & snowmobile tours & trails
• Horse-drawn sleigh rides
• The Snowsports School gives lessons to people of all ages and experience levels.
Skiing & Snowboarding
Hidden Valley Resort offers a great, beginner friendly skiing experience. With 26 slopes and trails, Hidden Valley is great for the day or a longer winter getaway. Make some great memories with your family skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing and more. Hidden Valley has something for everyone. Seven Springs and Hidden Valley are offering a fantastic deal again this year with the "Highlands Pass." With this incredible season pass you’ll get access to BOTH great ski resorts!
Escape the Cold
Relax at the Trillium Spa at Hidden Valley Resort to escape the cold for a few hours, or enjoy a meal at The Clock Tower Restaurant, the Glacier Pub, or Sunrise Sunset Café.
• 26 slopes and trails on 110 skiable acres
• 9 novice, 14 intermediate, and 8 black diamond level
• Advanced and intermediate terrain parks - 3 total
• Tree-skiing through two advanced glade-style trails
• Snow tubing
• Night Skiing
Skiing, Snowboarding & Terrain Park
Nemacolin Woodlands Resort is ranked by Condé Nast Traveler readers' as one of the top 20 resorts in the Northeast. Mystic Mountain, with seven slopes, three lifts, and a terrain park, is a great place to get acquainted with downhill snow sports. Beginners will appreciate the terrain park as they learn the skills needed to tackle more advanced Terrain Parks. The park includes: one 16' Flat Box, one 24' Flat Box, one 14' Down Flat Rail, one 16' Down Cannon Rail, one 24' Rainbow Box, and snow made jumps.
Nemacolin offers a wide variety of dining options, from casual to elegant, family to romantic, and casual bars to an exciting nightlife setting. Lautrec is one of the finest dining experiences that our area has to offer; the restaurant has been awarded both the Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five Diamond awards. Venture over to The Tavern, modeled after a traditional English Pub for a more casual evening.
The Woodlands Spa at Nemacolin is an internationally acclaimed spa destination. Retreat indoors to this peaceful and luxurious spa for treatments ranging from massage and hydrotherapy to a full service salon.
Ski Resort Highlights
• Seven slopes served by three lifts
• Night skiing
• Terrain Park
• Private ski & snowboard lessons
• 800 ft. snow tubing park
• Dog sledding, cross country skiing and snowshoeing
Hours of Ski Operation & Rates
Nemacolin’s hours and rates vary based on weather conditions. Check out their website for more information.