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I dont really have much to say, I just want to thank Avi, the patrol instructer for helping me towards the end and getting me to my parents safely. he taught me how to ski while helping me get down to the service area. it was fun being at blue mountain resort. big thanks to Avi. ... Full Review
It's a great resort overall, they have really good snowmaking and lots of trails but the terrain parks are not that good and the lift lines get really long later in the day... Full Review
I've skied a few times this season already and each time, even though prices are much higher (understandable), the lifts are not running and the lines to get up the mountain are crazy long. Nothing like standing elbow to elbow with people for long stretches of time waiting for the lift. Plan on many less runs.... Full Review
I have always loved Blue. Me and my wife made it our go to mountain for day trips for years. They always have better conditions then the other mountains in the north eastern PA/ Pocono area. However over the last year its gotten ridiculously expensive for no real reason. They use to have great deals like buy 2 full day lift tickets and get food vouchers (the slopeside grill is great)... now If you get a free day last minute and try to buy a ticket they will charge you $100 for a 4 hour ticket, and just say "Its dynamic pricing"... I can get a full day lift ticket anywhere else in the area for $80 or less. New ownership, price gauging drove us to Bear Creek, which was just renovated and has amazing amenities.... Full Review
I've skied Blue twice so far this season and it has to be my favorite in the mid-Atlantic region. Blue is no frills, a variety of trails, and allows you to run laps. Lifts are quick and managed by staff well. Black runs were not completely scraped off--even in the afternoon. However, Greens can get congested for beginners. In comparison to other locations regionally, Blue has been aggressive about snowmaking and ensuring that all the trails are opened which drew me in. Great place for a day trip.... Full Review
First time to this mountain, I was impressed over all.
I will return,... Full Review
Took young kids snow tubing for the first time. Another guest got angry at them on the life, cursed at my six and seven year old and threw our tubes over the sides. Staff did zero interacting with threatening man. ... Full Review
Nice mountain but check lift operations before you visit. Two of the main lifts had to be shut down in the middle of a busy afternoon leaving large crowds of skiers waiting in long lines to get up the mountain. The delays lasted for hours. I've never seen anything like it at a ski resort.... Full Review
They have a great mountain overall. Only complaints are their terrain park on Nightmare to Dreamweaver. It was a great run, but then they added a park there, and I feel unsafe and uncomfortable going down. The run is very narrow, and makes it easy for someone to land right on top of you. There has already been an accident on it, which did not end very well. I was sad when they removed the terrain park from Sidewinder a few years ago. I still wonder why they did not put it back there, and chose one of my favorite runs to mess up instead. I have skied at blue mountain for 10 years, and I am a frequent visitor, so you can take my word for it. I do not mean to offend them or any terrain park lovers, but it is not very fun to go down it anymore. That is all to the cons, but the pros.. There are many. One is that their season pass is at an acceptable price, another is the glade runs that they have. The lodges are very nice and maintained well. The enforcement for coronavirus is very good, too. Very nice mountain, but if they just could move their features over to Sidewinder.... Full Review
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