Seven Springs

Ranked No. 12 overall by readers in our 2010 Resort Guide
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#12: Seven Springs, Pa. (2010)

Skiers flock to Seven Springs not for the challenge, but because they like the flavor of winter that permeates the resort, they like to eat well (No. 2, On-Mountain Food), and they like good Service
(No. 2) in an increasingly posh environment. The weather can be a challenge, but getting to the top of the 750-vertical-foot slopes is easy. Seven Springs racks up some impressive rankings: No. 3 for Family Programs, No. 4 for Lifts, Accessibility, Lodging and Terrain Parks. “They’re obviously committed to making the most of what they have.”

/ What’s New / Luxurious 7,000-square-foot Trillium Spa in a classic stone and timber slopeside chalet

/ Don’t Miss / “Pull!”: a round of skeet shooting at the sporting clays facility

/ Mandatory Run / Gunnar, the steepest, longest Seven Springs has to offer


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Seven Springs

"Great for the family. Major upgrades in all areas. Plenty of activities to do after skiing."


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