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Spring Mountain

Spring Mount, Pennsylvania

Vertical drop:420 feet
Base elevation:108 feet
Peak elevation:528 feet
Skiable acres:45
Trails:8

Spring Mountain is a small ski hill, offering 8 trails with a vertical of 420 feet, but it’s a ski hill that’s only 28 miles from Philadelphia. That makes the ski area popular with Philly natives who don’t want to drive all the way to the Poconos.

Spring Mountain also offers a snow tubing area with two tubing runs.

Key Statistics

Resort Name: Spring Mountain
Vertical Drop: 420 feet
Base Altitude: 108 feet
Peak Altitude: 528 feet
Trails:
  • 1
  • 5 intermediate
  • 2 advanced
  • Skiable Acres: 45
    Lift Capacity: 9,500 per hour
    Lifts: 6 (3 doubles, 1 triple, 1 surface, 1 margic carpet.)
    Night Skiing: Spring Mountain offers night skiing, until 9 or 10 p.m. at night. Check with resort for current operating hours.
    Terrain Park: Yes
    Halfpipe: Yes
    Tubing Park: Two tubing runs, serviced by surface lift.
    Address: 757 Spring Mount Road; Spring Mount, PA 19478
    Phone: 888-305-5044
    Latitude: 40.27003
    Longitude: -75.455346
    Links: http://www.springmountainadventures.com/
    Conditions near Spring Mountain:
    9:54 pm on October 22 / Pottstown Limerick Airport
    52° F
    Overcast
    Humidity:83%
    Wind Speed:13 mph
    Barometer:29.87 in
    Dewpoint:47 °F
    Visibility:10.00 mi
    Sunrise:7:19 a.m.
    Sunset:6:14 p.m.
    Doesn't look like it's cold enough for snowmaking. 

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    News about Spring Mountain

    Mid-Atlantic Ski Season Gains Momentum

      December 27, 2012 - A shot of cold air and some natural snow has helped launch the 2012-2013 winter season in a big way. Find out the status of Mid-Atlantic ski areas.

    Firsthand Report: Spring Mountain - A bit of the Midwest in the Mid-Atlantic

      January 4, 2009 - In late December, DCSki Columnist Robbie Allen visited Spring Mountain, a small ski area just outside of Philadelphia. He found that Spring Mountain offers a bit of midwestern-style skiing. He provides this Firsthand Report.

    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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    Reader Comments about Spring Mountain

    Jon Oz
    one year ago
    Spring is a good place for beginners. I taught several people how to snowboard there, and the wide beginners slope serves new riders well. A solid intermediate or above can be entertained for a couple hours if the diamond slopes are open. I was never impressed with the park. If you go on a crowded night or weekend you may have to park and take a bus to the lodge, as the over flow lot is separated from the lodge and the main lot.
    Meryl
    one year ago
    My friend and I went snow tubing. It was a mild evening, but was very icy and dangerous at the bottom of the run. People were getting hurt left and right, some going to the hospital. Also, after your run you had to go down some steps to walk around and get in line again. There was a significant drop from the last step to the ground, and it was not only sloped but icy and very dangerous. They offer a 4 hour evening session from 5 p.m.-9 p.m. My friend and I got there at 7 p.m., only did 3 runs and both got hurt. We went to speak with the owner and he was very unsympathetic and not helpful at all, making excuses all the while. We basically wasted our money. There’s also a sign up when you come in to pay that says if they have 200 people during a session, you may only get one run an hour.
    Sharpen your edges. And pencils.
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