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With Peak Pass in hand, you can chase the storms, try out a new mountain, or meet up with friends for a day trip, all with the same direct-to-lift experience you'd expect from a season pass. With so many great resorts to visit, we wanted to break down some of the highlights to help plan your next trip. So grab your pass and come see How The East Was One. 
New Hampshire


Located in the heart of White Mountains of New Hampshire, just outside the historic village of North Conway. Offering up 68 trails across two mountain peaks, Attitash Mountain Resort is known for steep and winding trails that deliver beautiful views of Mount Washington and the neighboring Presidential Mountain Range. Other amenities include 100 acres of hand-cleared tree skiing, three progressive terrain parks, and live music every weekend. 



Located in Southern New Hampshire, Crotched Mountain is truly a hidden gem. With 100 acres, 100% lighted terrain, 100% snowmaking, and 1,000 feet of vertical, this little resort packs a punch. Known for its Midnight Madness that offers night skiing and riding until 3 a.m. these guys sure know how to have a good time. Add in a new high-speed quad, tons of gladed tree skiing, plus a thriving terrain park and race culture, and you'll see why this hill truly has it all. 



The most scenic resort in the East. Located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, Wildcat Mountain is home to over 2,100 feet of vertical directly facing Mount Washington! Known for challenging and powder friendly terrain, Wildcat Mountain is also a beginner's heaven, with a green circle trail stretching over 2.75 miles. Typically opening in early November, the resort stays open through late April, giving Wildcat the longest season in New Hampshire for over 13 consecutive years.


New York


Located in the Catskill Mountains of New York, Hunter Mountain offers 320 acres and 1,600 feet of vertical, across four separate and unique mountain faces with something for skiers and riders of all ability levels. Hunter Mountain features a host of ski school and development programs, slopeside accommodations, excellent terrain parks, snow tubing, a variety of dining options, and so much more. There's a reason Hunter has been a destination for generations of skiers and riders. 



Alpine Valley

Located in the Snow Belt of Northeastern Ohio, this quaint winter wonderland is all about learning and family. Lake effect snow blankets this hill with over 120+ inches of snow per year, offering up great conditions and trails that are seemingly always refreshed. The trails at Alpine Valley are as beginner friendly as you can imagine. Plenty of natural snow and green circles makes this area a must-visit for all families. 

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Boston Mills Brandywine

Located outside Cleveland Ohio, Boston Mills & Brandywine are two mountains that offer picturesque sunsets with fun terrain for all abilities.  At Boston Mills the trails all follow a bowl-like ridge that schusses you right back to the original A-Frame lodge.  Over at Brandywine you'll find more progressive terrain parks as well as the popular Polar Plunge Tubing Park.

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Ohio's Largest skiing, riding and snow tubing resort makes Mad River Mountain the premier Midwestern winter destination. Located just outside Columbus, OH, with beautiful tree-lined slopes and terrain for all ability levels Mad River Mountain has long attracted those who know winter is best spent in the out-of-doors. Sporting a brand new base lodge and first class snowmaking this winter oasis is one-of-a-kind and well worth a visit. 



Jack Frost Big Boulder

Located in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania, Jack Frost Big Boulder provides something for everyone. Sporting 600' of vertical and trails ranging from beginner to advanced, as well as snow tubing and night skiing, this is the perfect family-friendly day trip destination. Add in one of the top-rated terrain parks in the East, Big Boulder Park, and you'll soon see why JFBB has always been a mecca for skiing and riding in PA. 

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Liberty Mountain Resort

Nestled in Carroll Valley, Pennsylvania, near the scenic Catoctin Mountains and only 1.5 hours from Washington D.C., Liberty Mountain Resort is a must-visit. Sporting 275 acres, Liberty offers four seasons of exciting experiences, featuring 16 trails, snow tubing, ice skating, spa, lodging, two pools and an array of dining options. Night skiing and tubing, paired with slopeside accommodations at the brand new Liberty Hotel, make it a perfect destination for everything from a day trip to a long weekend. 

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Located just 2 hours from Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., Roundtop Resort offers 20 trails featuring something for all ability levels from beginner to advanced. With night skiing seven nights a week and 100% snowmaking delivering great conditions all season, Roundtop offers up a winning combination. Known for its relaxed family-friendly atmosphere that makes every visitor feel like a local, this mountain feels like home from your very first visit. 



Located on Two Top Mountain in the Tuscarora Mountains of Southern. Pennsylvania, just 90 minutes from both Baltimore and Washington, DC. Offering 23 trails, 1,000 feet of vertical, an award-winning layout, snow tubing, and Southern PA's only high-speed quad, Whitetail Resort might just be one of the best-kept secrets in PA. With 100% snowmaking, it's always winter at Whitetail!  



Mount Snow

Located in the Green Mountains of Vermont, Mount Snow features 600 acres and 1,700' of vertical including the #1 terrain park in the East, Carinthia Parks. Home to the Most Powerful Snowmaking System in The Northeast, Mount Snow continually delivers world-class conditions and was named Best Snow in the East by Ski Magazine in 2019. Add in family-friendly groomers and challenging terrain on the North Face, and you've got a destination with something for everyone. 

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