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Whether planning for next season or looking to book last-minute Maryland travel deals, OnTheSnow has the most comprehensive hotel info and vacation packages for your next ski trip. Check out the details of the most enticing Maryland ski and stay packages from the list below by clicking the green More Info button at right. Once you find the lift ticket discounts, hotel deals, equipment rentals, spa services and other trip components you're looking for, simply click through, enter your dates and follow the instructions to book directly from our trusted partners. Have a look at the best Maryland hotels based on reviews from TripAdvisor, and compare prices for hotels, bed and breakfasts and specialty lodging at your favorite mountains. Visit our overview page for more about Maryland ski resorts.

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Mid-Atlantic Resorts Offer Special Benefits for Beginners ©Canaan Valley

Mid-Atlantic Resorts Offer Special Benefits for Beginners

Wisp, Canaan and Shawnee offer unique beginner packages that will turn any first-timer into a life-timer instantly.
Early Season Savings from Mid-Atlantic Resorts ©Wisp Resort

Early Season Savings from Mid-Atlantic Resorts

The best deals on multi-day lift tickets and mid-winter getaways lead the way to winter.

Northeast & Mid-Atlantic Ski Season Pass Deals

Get your 2012/2013 season pass for ski resorts in the East today for discounts over regular season pricing.

Where's the Snow This Weekend: New Storm Track for a New Year

Mother Nature looks to bring the snow back for the weekend of Jan. 13.

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