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Have snow, will snowmobile. If you like the sound of that, then you'll love our wide range of of legal snowmobile trails and wide-open expanses like those like those found in Forbes State Forest. Throw in the fact that or region gets the highest average amount of snowfall in Pennsylvania, and you see why many consider the Laurel Highlands to have some of the best snowmobiling in the state. There's even a guided snowmobile tour at Seven Springs Mountain Resort that combines the adrenaline-pumping sensation of the sport with a fact-filled look at our region's unique terrain, flora, and fauna.
What about snow shoeing? Sound intriguing? Then why not give it a go at either Seven Springs Mountain Resort or Nemacolin Woodlands Resort. Both have special snow shoe trails dedicated to this wonderfully unique and totally exhilarating adventure. And don't worry about bringing equipment. They have all the appropriate rental accoutrements you'll need right here.
Of course, there's always the more traditional, but no less enjoyable, sleigh riding. Sit back and relax as a pair of matched horses guides you through an honest-to-goodness winter wonderland of snow-laden evergreens, snow-covered branches, and soaring mountainsides at the beautiful Seven Springs Mountain Resort.
Speaking of once-in-a-lifetime experiences...if you've ever wanted to lead a team of dogs across a white sweep of open territory, here's your chance. Book your reservation in advance to experience dog sledding at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort. A team of seasoned sled dogs from the nearby Wildlife Academy will lead the way. All you have to do is hold on and enjoy the cool rush of wind in your face. It's an experience you won't soon forget.