Jack Frost may only have a 600 foot vert. That being said they do a lot with the limited height they have. They have a smart trail layout with the easier stuff to the west side and harder as you move east on the trail map. Families and beginners have plenty on the west side while the experts stay on the east side. Some of the blues in between (Lehigh) are a nice warm up for East Mt. And speaking of East Mt. there are some really fun steeps and bumps there (though a bit short lived). Signs are prominant warning skiers and riders that East Mt. is expert only terrain. For me, what makes JF really stand out is their glades. JF is the only area in Northeast PA that allows tree skiing, and after a snow fall it's really fun. In addition to that snow and grooming is usually really good.