Mid-Atlantic Lost Ski Areas:
|Historical Overview - reported by M. Scott Smith, DCSki Editor|
Brandon Pavlik writes in with memories of a lost ski area named Sno Zone, which was located in Finleyville, Pennsylvania:
“I wanted to inform you of a Lost Ski Area that closed down in the mid 2000s. The area’s name was Sno Zone. It had 2 poma lifts and only had one small hill, around 200-foot vertical. The other side of the hill was used for tubing. The area also had a few jumps and rails. It closed down and sold the lifts.”
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Comments on Sno Zone - posted by ls1964
January 13, 2012 at 8:27 pm
It moved to Bethel Park and is still called SnoZone, It is located at Cool Springs Golf. Everytime I call or drive by it seems to be closed so I dont know whats up with that.
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