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Liberty Mountain Resort

Carroll Valley, Pennsylvania

Vertical drop:620 feet
Skiable acres:100
Longest run:5,200 feet
Trails:16

A boarder catches some air at Liberty. Photo provided by Liberty Mountain Resort.
Liberty Mountain Resort is located in Carroll Valley, Pennsylvania, just off Rt. 15 over the Maryland border. Liberty is only 60 miles from the Baltimore and D.C. beltways, making it one of the most popular resorts close to D.C. Like all resorts in the area, Liberty is lit for night skiing, and trails are covered by 100% snowmaking.

Liberty offers 16 trails served by 8 chairlifts, with terrain suitable for all levels of skiers and boarders, plus 14 snow tubing lanes and a carpet lift servicing the tubing park. The Liberty Mountain Hotel offers slopeside lodging and ski and stay packages. The lodge also offers free wireless Internet access. After a day of skiing, visitors can relax in front of the fireplace in the main lodge, or in McKee’s Tavern, which features sit down dining and live entertainment.

Over the past several years, Liberty has invested millions of dollars integrating automated snowmaking into their systems. For the 2019-2020 winter season, Liberty has built a new pumphouse near its main snowmaking pond. The upgrade will increase the amount of water that can be pumped to snowguns across the mountain.

Liberty’s beginner area, complete with two moving carpet lifts, is home to the award-winning First Class Learn to Ski and Snowboard and Mountain Passport programs. The area also includes Snow Cat Alley, an area specifically designed for children’s programs.

Liberty is now part of the Vail family of resorts, after Vail purchased Peak Resorts in late 2019. Liberty had previously changed hands in 2018, when its long-time parent company Snow Time was sold to Peak Resorts.

Key Statistics

Resort Name: Liberty Mountain Resort
Vertical Drop: 620 feet
Trails: 16 Trails:

  • 35% beginner
  • 40% intermediate
  • 25% advanced
  • Skiable Acres: 100
    Longest Run: 5,200 feet
    Lifts: 8 (5 quads, 1 J-bar, 2 carpet lifts)
    Night Skiing: Yes
    Terrain Park: Three terrain parks, totaling 10 acres. The parks are serviced by their own J-Bar lift.
    Tubing Park: 14 lanes with a moving carpet lift.
    Address: 78 Country Club Trail, Carroll Valley, PA 17320
    Phone: (717) 642-8282 / Snow phone: (717) 642-9000
    Latitude: 39.758507
    Longitude: -77.36804
    Links: http://www.skiliberty.com/
    Conditions near Liberty Mountain Resort:
    7:53 pm on September 29 / Hagerstown, Washington County Regional Airport
    54° F
    Rain Fog/Mist
    Humidity:93%
    Wind Speed:5 mph
    Barometer:29.82 in
    Dewpoint:52 °F
    Visibility:3.00 mi
    Sunrise:7:03 a.m.
    Sunset:6:56 p.m.
    Much too warm for snowmaking right now. 

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    News about Liberty Mountain

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      March 3, 2020 - The ski industry has changed significantly in recent years: ski conglomerates Vail Resorts and the Alterra Mountain Company have gobbled up resorts across the country, and now offer competing “mega passes” that provide skiing and riding across dozens of properties for one historically low price. The proposition has been simple: commit to buying a mega pass in the spring, and you’ll receive countless ski days across North America the following winter. Epic and Ikon have now released pricing and details for their 2020-2021 winter season passes. In this story, DCSki takes a look at these passes from the perspective of a Mid-Atlantic skier.

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      December 21, 2019 - After a burst of cold weather in November allowed some Mid-Atlantic resorts to snag pre-Thanksgiving opening dates, the balance of resorts have now officially begun their season in recent days thanks to a stretch of snowmaking-friendly temperatures.

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      September 2, 2019 - There’s been a lot of ski area consolidation in recent years. It almost seems like all ski areas will soon be under the ownership of just a few corporations. But there are still a lot of independent ski areas, and this winter, they’re joining forces to offer an affordable multi-resort pass that will provide the chance to sample 34 ski areas across North America.

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