Skiing, Snowboarding, Tubing and Lot's of Fun
Largest (and Best)
Ski Resort in the Poconos. Is
3.5 miles off Exit 45 of I-80, in Tannersville,
Pa. There is skiing and/or boarding on Camelback's
33 trails, including 26 for night skiing. There
are 12 lifts, including two high-speed detachable quad
lifts (fast and dependable); and a lighted terrain park
and half-pipe exclusively for borders. Skiers will enjoy
the mile long top-to-bottom advanced novice cruising
trail called The Nile Mile. Served by the Stevenson
Express high-speed quad chairlift, this run is one of
the best in the Poconos.
half-pipe is wide and be groomed with a Pipe Dragon.
The Camelback snow tubing park has three tows,
seven runs and giant "family tubing".
rental shop has the latest equipment in good condition
with both new and older snowboards with step in binding
systems and plenty of the newer shape skis. There are
two rentals shops (go to the sunbowl the lines are usually
packages are reasonable when combined with rentals,
lifts and lessons and are offered for all ages in the
PSIA certified ski school.
are four lodges and weekend entertainment in Camelback's
Main Lounge that has a great view of the slopes. Don't
miss Beach Party Weekend (the regulars wait all year
Waterpark in the summer!
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and Drew's Review:
Thing: Size, amount of snow, fastest lifts.
Thing: Windy, when we were there.
To Go: Amount of space.
Big Cheeseburgers, & we over heard from others the
best entrees (whatever they are)
Lines: Long, but not long enough to gripe about.
Trail: Nile mile for cruising, King Tut for challenge,
Raceway for carving.
Well groomed, if icy they warn you w/signs
Lots and very nice.
Pipe or Boarder Friendly: Great park and pipe.
Boarder Trails: All Access
9.5 thumbs up (10 best)
33 trails (too many for one day)
No bargains, but worth it because of the size. (They
have a frequent rider pass, but we're traveling)
Level: Zilch, none, no boredom
Loved the mountain. Lodge music was OK, but probably
chosen by some old guy. Not enough jumps on regular
trails. "We'll Be Back"