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Horrible service. Waited in line for over an hour. Cafeteria was dirty,... Full Review
This place can be fun just to scratch the itch but it’s much more rewarding to drive a few hours for a real resort. Tried booking lessons for a friend. Website didn’t work tried calling multiple times all going to voicemail. Emailed not responded to for a week then saying we should call to book lessons or the best way is to drive there ahead of time to book them. Ski patrol seems like it’s a bunch of guys they found to put on some red jackets and feel like they are cool. Just avoid it if you can!... Full Review
Average mountain because of the terrain park. Very lackluster in terms of advanced skiing overall worth a visit.... Full Review
Great place to board! They have great hills and always have amazing promotions! This place is great to board late at night on the weekend. My favorite hill is intermediate, but really long, so it's great for beginners too!... Full Review
Good place to go for a run & its not far of a drive... Full Review
Terribly managed, always bad conditions, very boring... Full Review
For adults his place is great for a quick trip after work to carve out some turns. They also have awesome late night skiing Friday and Saturday nights till 2am that are basically a big party with skiing thrown in there. During the day on the weekends you'll find Brandywine is perfect for letting your kids run free, unlike larger resorts where you're stuck with them the whole day, this place is small enough that if you have a 12 and 8 year old that ski well like i do you can let them do their thing, they think they have been given freedom, but since all of the chair lifts go to the summit it doesn't take long to find anyone, including your lost friends at late light. If their smaller or not as confident, Brandywine has awesome learn to ski programs or do what I did and get them private lessons, they cost more but the kids learn more than twice as fast, plus if you request the same instructor week after week, they remember and pick up right where they left off.... Full Review
I was here a few times with my girlfriend, we did the midnight madness on Friday night because it's cheap. I didn't know how to ski so I got a lesson, the instructor was awesome, funny and knew exactly what to say to get me skiing. They do free lessons at midnight madness on the beginner hill. I've been skiing for the last couple of years, and I can tell you that this place on a Friday night is the most fun you can have outside in the middle of the night any time of the year.... Full Review
The new lodge is really nice. It might not look like a rustic ski lodge, but it does the job. The food is much improved and the pizza is really good. ... Full Review
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