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Hidden Valley Ski Resort - Hidden Valley, Pennsylvania


Hidden Valley Four Seasons Resort - PA

Hidden Valley, Pennsylvania

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A good mix of beginner, intermediate and advanced terrain plus a great kids ski school program make it easy to see why Hidden Valley is one of the Mid-Atlantic's most popular family ski resorts. Hidden Valley is the fifth largest ski resort in the state of Pennsylvania with over 100 acres of snow play designed to give skiers of all ability levels a wide range of skiing opportunities.

Hidden Valley Ski Essentials:

  • Slopes/Trails: 31 (29% Beginner, 45% Intermediate, 26% Advanced)
  • Lifts: 2 Quad, 2 Triple, 1 Double, 3 Surface, 3 Handle Tow
  • Snowmaking: 100%
  • Elevation: 2875 ft
  • Vertical: 470 ft
  • Longest Run: 1 1/2 miles
  • Equipment Rentals: YES
  • Night Skiing: YES (80% of resort)
  • Ski School: YES - PSIA

Hidden Valley Activities:

  • Half Pipe: YES
  • Terrain Park: YES
  • Snow Tubing: YES
  • Cross Country: YES
  • Snowboarding: YES
  • Children's Program: YES

Best Features:

  • Comprehensive Kids Program - Organized outdoor winter activities and learn-to-ski programs for children ages 3 and up.

  • Great X-Country - 30 miles of cross country trails traverse both the resort and surrounding parklands.

  • Outback Park - A snow playground for kids features The Ice Monster (the longest, steepest snowtubing run in PA), plus 6-8 turbo chutes, two lifts, a snow igloo, and night tubing.

Getting to Hidden Valley:

Located in the scenic Laurel Highlands of Southwestern Pennsylvania, Hidden Valley Four Seasons Resort is easily accessible from the Pennsylvania Turnpike, and is located on Pennsylvania Route 31.
Map and Driving Directions

For More Information:

Hidden Valley Four Seasons Resort:

One Craighead Dr.
Hidden Valley, PA 15502
(814) 443-2600

Snow Report: (800) 443-SKII

The Bottom Line:

Unlike most ski areas, novice skiers at Hidden Valley are not confined to a small area of the mountain. From the top of the mountain to the bottom, novice, intermediate, and advanced skiers will find trails to match their abilities at both the North Summit and Valley slopes. It isn't the most challenging skiing in the area, with black diamond runs being closer to intermediate level, but this small quaint resort is well worth the visit.

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