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Ski Sawmill

Morris, Pennsylvania

Vertical drop:515 feet
Base elevation:1,700 feet
Peak elevation:2,215 feet
Skiable acres:50
Longest run:0.25 miles
Trails:12

Located in north-central PA, Ski Sawmill is far from commercialized; the small ski area is unpretentious and offers economic lift ticket prices. Expert skiers might quickly tire of Sawmill’s slopes and modest vertical, but the ski area is great for those new to the sport. A tubing area is also offered.

In 2011, Ski Sawmill installed a new triple chairlift, which it had purchased from Ski Shawnee.

Key Statistics

Resort Name: Ski Sawmill
Vertical Drop: 515 feet
Base Altitude: 1,700 feet
Peak Altitude: 2,215 feet
Trails:
  • 4 beginner
  • 3 intermediate
  • 5 advanced
  • Skiable Acres: 50
    Longest Run: 0.25 miles
    Lifts: 3 (1 triple, 2 surface lifts)
    Night Skiing: Night skiing offered; check with resort for operating hours.
    Terrain Park: Adjacent to double chairlift.
    Halfpipe: (No halfpipe)
    Tubing Park: 70-foot drop with four runs
    Address: 383 Oregon Hill Rd.; Morris, PA 16938
    Phone: 570-353-7521
    Latitude: 41.516226
    Longitude: -77.293539
    Links: http://www.skisawmill.com/
    Conditions near Ski Sawmill:
    1:54 pm on December 12 / Williamsport - Lycoming County Airport
    38° F
    Mostly Cloudy
    Humidity:52%
    Wind Speed:6 mph
    Barometer:30.13 in
    Dewpoint:22 °F
    Visibility:10.00 mi
    Sunrise:7:25 a.m.
    Sunset:4:39 p.m.
    Probably too warm for snowmaking right now. 

    Weather supplied by the National Weather Service. Errors or reporting delays may be possible.

    View weather forecast for Sawmill
    Snow Conditions at Sawmill:
    Sawmill
    Dec 9, 2018 at 7 pm
    Machine Groomed 12-24" base of 13 trails open
    of 5 lifts open

    News about Sawmill

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      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.
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