Ski Patrol: When The Slopes Take You Down, They Provide A Lift.
Climbing to a height of 1,082 feet, Blue Mountain is the highest vertical ski slope in Pennsylvania. Its three terrain parks include a snowcross trail and a 350-foot halfpipe. The slopes feature 33 trails for all abilities spread out over 155 beautiful acres, with the longest run spanning 6,400 feet. The trails, which are lit for evening fun, can be accessed via nine lifts, including the only detachable, high-speed ski-pack lift in the region. Blue Mountain is also home to an immense snow-tubing park. And the park's extensive snow-making and grooming ensure perfect conditions on every slope.
From gentle cruising groomers to challenging steeps and backcountry adventure, Crystal Mountain boasts the largest ski area in the state of Washington. The area, located an easy drive from anywhere in the Puget Sound area, spans a total of 2,600 acres (2,300 serviced by lifts) and features 57 named trails. From its base at 4,400 feet, Crystal Mountain rises to 7,012 feet, where the Silver King summit rules over a landscape of pristine snow. State-of-the-art lifts (including two high-speed quads), lodges and restaurants provide plenty of opportunities for visitors to both relax and play.