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Extreme Skiers And Snowboarders Will Love The Half Pipe And Terrain Parks In PA Laurel Highlands



Laurel Highlands Ski Stats

  • Highest peaks in Pennsylvania
  • Largest average amount of snowfall in Pennsylvania
  • Three top ski resorts within a 40-mile radius
  • Ski schools and snowtubing
  • Family-friendly lodging on the mountain resorts

Laurel Highlands Slopes Stats

  • #1 Terrain park on the East Coast*
  • #4 Halfpipe in North America*
  • Highest peaks in Pennsylvania
  • Largest average amount of snowfall in Pennsylvania
  • Three top ski resorts within a 40-mile radius

*awarded to Seven Springs Mountain Resort by TransWorld SNOWboarding magazine

Why do extreme skiers and snowboarders travel to Laurel Highlands, PA year after year to get their mountain thrills? It could be because we have the highest peaks in Pennsylvania, and on average, get the largest amount of natural snowfall in the state. Or it could be because we have three top skiing and snowboarding resorts within an hour of each other, offering terrain parks and a Super Pipe that adrenaline junkies travel from all over for a chance to drop in and grab air.

But the Laurel Highlands offers much more than that. In addition to some of the best terrain parks and one of the largest half pipes in Pennsylvania, the area also offers great snowmobiling, snow tubing, and cross country skiing. You can even take a sleigh ride or try your hand at snow shoeing or dog sledding. With all the winter sports and recreation choices in the Laurel Highlands, you'll have to stay overnight to enjoy it all.

Explore our site and start planning your PA skiing and snowboarding vacation right now.

Hidden Valley Four Seasons Resort


Don't miss the great deals that Hidden Valley is offering this season. 

Resort Highlights

  • 28 slopes and trails
  • Advaced and intermediate terrain parks
  • Tree-skiing through two advanced glade-style trails
  • Nine chairlifts including two quads
  • Snow tubing

Seven Springs Mountain Resort


Pennsylvania's largest ski resort has teamed up with the leading snowboard manufacturer Burton to create the new Riglet Terrain Park. Geared for kids ages 4-7, the new terrain park looks like a baseball field where little ones learn how to snowboard while being towed by their coaches around baseball-themed obstacles.

Resort Highlights

  • Seven terrain parks, halfpipes and superpipe
  • Largets snow tubing park in region
  • Snowshoe and snowmobile trails
  • Voted #1 parks and pipe on the East Coast this season (from Transworld Snow boarding magazine)

Mystic Mountain at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort


Ranked by Condé Nast Traveler readers' as one of the top 20 resorts in the Northeast, Nemacolin Woodlands kicks off the ski season with the brand new Sundial Lodge. The resort's new winter headquarters is the hub for downhill skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing and more.

Resort Highlights

  • Six slopes served by three lifts
  • Night skiing
  • 800 ft. snow tubing park
  • Dog sledding, cross country skiing and snow shoeing