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Alpine Mountain

Analomink, Pennsylvania

Vertical drop:550 feet
Skiable acres:60
Longest run:3,500 feet

Alpine Mountain Ski Area is located in the Poconos in northeastern Pennsylvania. The resort is one of the oldest ski areas in Pennsylvania, and also one of the least visited, making it perfect for new skiers and families looking for a lot of snow time and not a lot of crowds.

Expert skiers might not be impressed by Alpine Mountain’s 550 foot vertical, but snowboarders will find a terrain park and halfpipe, and there is snow tubing, too. Most of the trails are wide and not too steep.

Alpine Mountain has a full service lodge with cafeteria, pizza parlor, ski shop, rental and repair shops, and a ski school. A lounge overlooking the slopes offers a casual menu, drinks, and live weekend entertainment.

Key Statistics

Resort Name: Alpine Mountain
Vertical Drop: 550 feet
Trails: 21 Trails:

  • 3
  • 12 intermediate
  • 6 advanced
  • Skiable Acres: 60
    Longest Run: 3,500 feet
    Lifts: 3 (2 quads, 1 double)
    Night Skiing: Yes, on 100% of terrain
    Terrain Park: Yes
    Tubing Park: Six chutes, lit for night tubing.
    Address: P.O. Box 309, Route 447
    Analomink, PA 18320
    Phone: (570) 595-2150
    Latitude: 41.051111
    Longitude: -75.220833
    Conditions near Alpine Mountain:
    11:53 pm on January 24 / Mount Pocono, Pocono Mountains Municipal Airport
    35° F
    Partly Cloudy
    Wind Speed:10 mph
    Barometer:30.16 in
    Dewpoint:13 °F
    Visibility:10.00 mi
    Sunrise:7:19 a.m.
    Sunset:5:08 p.m.
    Marginal snowmaking conditions right now. 

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    News about Alpine Mountain

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    Who’s Open? A Detailed Look at Mid-Atlantic Ski Areas

      March 17, 2008 - Spring is a mixed blessing: Mid-Atlantic resorts begin to close one by one, but the weather is nice and the rates can’t be beat. DCSki provides a detailed look at the current operating status of Mid-Atlantic ski areas.

    Results of the 2008 DCSki Annual Survey: Top Resorts in the Mid-Atlantic

      February 22, 2008 - During January, DCSki asked its readers to complete a survey, ranking Mid-Atlantic ski areas in a number of categories. Over 100 readers filled out this detailed survey, providing a measurement of what local resorts are doing well, and what they could be doing better. We also asked readers to cast a critical eye on DCSki itself. The results are in, so kick back, relax, and see if you agree with readers’ picks for best resort in various categories.

    Complete Breakdown of Opening Dates

      December 6, 2007 - If you live in the Mid-Atlantic, you’ll have your pick of several dozen resorts to ski or snowboard at this weekend. DCSki provides a complete breakdown of opening-day plans for resorts from North Carolina up through northern Pennsylvania. Cold temperatures and natural snow have produced remarkable early-season conditions.

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