Blue Mountain Resort Ski Resort

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Blue Mountain has a base elevation of 460 feet, and a summit elevation of 1,540 feet. Boasting the highest vertical in Pennsylvania at 1,082 feet, skiers and riders will find excellent terrain for all ability levels. The ski resort’s 39 trails are serviced by 13 lifts, which have a capacity of 13,500 skiers per hour. Blue Mountain Resort is home to 5 terrain parks and a snowtubing area with 39 lanes.

Blue Mountain’s base area plays host to a variety of summer events and family activities after the ski slopes close for the winter. Summer resort activities include mountain biking, scenic lift rides, disc golf, archery and more. Relax after a long day of on-mountain fun at the Slopeside Pub & Grill or stay in one of the many local lodging options that range from hotels to vacation homes.

Where Is Blue Mountain Ski Resort Located?

Nestled in Little Gap Valley alongside the Pocono Mountains in Palmerton, Pennsylvania, Blue Mountain Resort is a favorite for family skiing and riding. Blue Mountain is located 90 miles from Philadelphia, 92 miles from Newark and 111 miles from New York City.

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Blue Mountain Resort Lodging

Best Time for Snow

Total Snowfall

26"
16"
11"
6"
0"
14"
Dec
2"
Jan
21"
Feb
0"
Mar

Terrain Overview

40%
Beginners Runs
15%
Intermediate Runs
35%
Advanced Runs
10%
Expert Runs
40
Runs in Total
1.2 mi
Longest Run
106.3 ac
Skiable Terrain
101.9 ac
Night Skiing
164 ac
Snow Making

Total Lifts: 16

0
Gondolas & Trams
0
Eight Person Lifts
1
High Speed Sixes
1
High Speed Quads
1
Quad Chairs
1
Triple Chairs
3
Double Chairs
9
Surface Lifts

Elevation

1600'
Summit
1082'
Vertical Drop
460'
Base

Important Dates

November 26, 20212021/11/26

Projected Opening

March 27, 20222022/03/27

Projected Closing

107

Projected Days Open

122

Days Open Last Year

1977

Years Open

33"

Average Snowfall
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