What’s New for 2004: Camelback Resort
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Pennsylvania’s Camelback Ski Area has added 40 new high-efficiency tower and sled-mounted snowguns, continuing efforts over the past several years to enhance snowmaking.

Camelback offers 100% night skiing, and has upgraded lighting on the Lower Cleopatra trail with energy-efficient fixtures. Camelback’s halfpipe has been widened and has seen excavation work over the summer that will make it easier to maintain throughout the winter.

A two-story slopeside restroom building has been constructed adjacent to the Children’s Learning Center at the main base area, nearly doubling restroom capacity in the base area.

600 new pairs of Elan XRC skis with Salomon bindings have been purchased for the rental shop, along with 300 Leki ski poles and 350 OVO helmets. In addition, 125 Burton Cruzer snowboards with Switch bindings and 200 Auclair wristguards have been added.

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About M. Scott Smith

M. Scott Smith is the founder and Editor of DCSki. Scott loves outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, kayaking, skiing, and mountain biking. He is an avid photographer and writer.

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