Hidden Valley isn’t sprawling, glitzy, or flowing with terrain, but what it does have is something that many ski resorts are devoid of: Heart. Families love this place for its welcoming vibe, easygoing cruisers—50 percent of the terrain is rated intermediate—and two popular terrain parks.
Another Hidden Valley strength is its solid ski school program, making it a great place to introduce kids big and small to the slopes. Great snowmaking and grooming go a long way to keeping the trails in good shape, which is certainly not a guarantee during the inconsistent mid-Atlantic winters.
The bottom line is that Hidden Valley is a charming, albeit small, family hill that skiers love to love. And that’s saying something.
Resort Guide 2022—Hidden Valley Resort, Pa.
Hidden Valley Resort Mountain Stats
Hidden Valley Resort Pass Info
Hidden Valley is not on any multi-resort passes. Season pass info can be found here.
From lodging and and dining to off-slope activities and local tips, here are the SKI editors’ picks for what to do in Hidden Valley, Pa.
Kids love the lift-served snow tubing located right at the slopes.
Cozy Glacier’s Pub, in the base lodge, is the old-school place to gather for post-ski beers and a laidback vibe.
The Six Tix pack costs $307 for adults—that’s just over $50 a ticket—and can be used all season long with no blackouts or restrictions.