StatsAverage Top Elevation 3,627ft / 1,106m Average Vertical Drop 917ft / 279m Average Base Elevation 2,670ft / 814m
About Mid-Atlantic Skiing and Snowboarding
The skiing and snowboarding in the Mid-Atlantic Region is quite good and, at times, truly epic. Strong Nor'easter storms can bring feet upon feet of snow to the region, and when mother nature holds back, resorts in Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia know how to stock the trails with plentiful, high-quality man made snow from elaborate snowmaking technology. Sometimes it is impossible to tell the difference between man-made snow and the real thing! This snow, combined with varied terrain and plenty of terrain parks and half pipes, makes for terrific skiing and snowboarding in the Mid-Atlantic. Whether you are a beginner skier trying to learn, intermediate snowboarder trying to stay tuned up for your trip west, or advanced skier crushing moguls, steeps and the terrain park, there is something for you in the Mid-Atlantic. The Mid-Atlantic region contains 10 ski resorts which have a total of 298 ski and snowboard trails available for you to capture skiing and snowboarding bliss. The average vertical drop for ski resorts in Mid-Atlantic is 917 feet. Before you go, be sure to search Liftopia for discount lift tickets and ski deal packages at hundreds of ski resorts across North America. Thanks again for visiting Liftopia to learn more about Mid-Atlantic ski resorts and conditions. Liftopia sells discount lift tickets and ski rental packages and also has updated ski resort information and conditions. … Read more
All Mid-Atlantic Ski Resorts and Mid-Atlantic Discount Lift Tickets
The last time we checked, single day adult tickets cost $66 at the mountain. Would you like us to send you email alerts about new lift ticket deals?
The last time we checked, single day adult tickets cost $60 at the mountain. Would you like us to send you email alerts about new lift ticket deals?