Camelback enjoyed its longest season ever last winter. The resort looks back to the Blizzard of '93 for its second-best winter, when Bill Clinton was president and most high school kids, and those younger, had not arrived yet on Planet Earth.
The record-long season has propelled Camelback into vigorous pre-season pass sales.
Camelback Super Passes are $579 for Adults (19-64), and $379 for Juniors (7-18) and Seniors (65+).
Value Passes, valid weekdays and all nights, are $479 for Adults, and $329 for Juniors and Seniors.
Camelback Super Season Passes offer direct-to-lift access, first tracks 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. weekends, terrain park access, free ski check weekends and holidays, snowtubing, free Snoweast Magazine subscription, free lift ticket to Jay Peak, 10 percent discount on food and retail at Camelback, and 20 percent discount on private lessons, ski repair and tuning, and equipment rental.
The Value Passes offer all of those benefits except first tracks.
Camelback Ski Area is located in the heart of the Pocono Mountains. It has 33 trails on 160 skiable acres, 800-foot vertical drop, and 17 lifts including two high-speed quads, 3 triples, 7 doubles, a surface lift at SunKid and 4 tubing lifts, snowboard halfpipe, two terrain parks, and a wide selection of trails for all ability levels. It offers snowmaking and night skiing on all trails.
More information. Or call 570-629-1661.