Resorts Roll Into February
Skier at Sugarbush Resort in Central Vermont (Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush)
New York's super five are super snowmakers as well. Hunter Mountain is world famous as a powerhouse in snowmaking. They are the superbowl without question. Greek Peak Mountain Resort, Bristol Mountain, Labrador Mountain and Plattekill Mountain are the other fabulous four great snowmakers in the empire state. The super five always do state of the art grooming for their slopes.
West Virginia has high mountains that are as high as Northern Vermont and high parts of New England. Timberline Resort is a mountain design that mimics a southern Vermont ski mountain. Another resort in West Virginia is the Canaan Valley Resort. It's next to Timberline as an elegantly designed ski mountain. Both Winterplace Resort and Snowshoe Mountain Resort bring honor to the mountain state. Oglebay Resort is the other snow sports resort in the Wheeling area, and is a smaller respectable hill. All of the West Virginia Resorts are dedicated to strong snowmaking systems, and when the windows arrive to make the snow, their snowmaking systems go full guns.
Maryland's Wisp Resort and Pennsylvania's Seven Springs Mountain Resort, Hidden Valley Resort, Bear Creek Resort, and the Pocono Mountain Resorts are pouring out snow when those windows of opportunities occur to make snow.
Over in Ohio, at Boston Mills and Brandywine snow sports areas, the skiers and riders from the Cleveland nation are very happy about the snowmaking and grooming that is taking place this season at the twin snow sports complex, in the suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio. Skiers and riders from as far as Columbus, Ohio are driving up.