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Seven Springs Mountain Resort
Seven Springs, Pennsylvania
Vertical drop:750 feet
Base elevation:2,240 feet
Peak elevation:2,994 feet
Skiable acres:285
Longest run:1.25 miles
Trails:33

Seven Springs Mountain Resort is located in Seven Springs, Pennsylvania, not far off the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Seven Springs is an hour east of Pittsburgh.

One of the most popular resorts in the region, Seven Springs offers a diverse collection of slopes, trails, and glade areas. Thanks to its location, Seven Springs is blessed with an average annual snowfall of 135 inches, which it supplements with aggressive snowmaking. The resort features seven terrain parks, which have received accolades as among the best on the East Coast.

Two 6-seater high speed lifts help shuttle visitors efficiently to the top of the slopes. The resort runs a strong Snowsports School, providing a wide variety of professional instruction for skiers and boarders of all ages. While the skiing and snowboarding are great, Seven Springs is a true destination resort, providing a wide variety of activities on- and off-slope including the largest snow tubing park in the region, a full-service spa, year-round sporting clays, bowling, miniature golf, two arcades and an indoor pool. In the spring, summer, and fall, Seven Springs offers a full canopy tour, a zipline course, an 18-hole golf course, a large outdoor pool and much more.

For the 2021-2022 winter season, Seven Springs has swapped out its old Avalanche chairlift with a new, state-of-the-art Doppelmayr fixed grip quad. The resort also made snowmaking improvements to its already-impressive system with the addition of 30 new HKD snowmaking towers.

Photo provided by Seven Springs Mountain Resort.


Key Statistics

Resort Name: Seven Springs Mountain Resort
Vertical Drop: 750 feet
Base Altitude: 2,240 feet
Peak Altitude: 2,994 feet
Trails: 33 Trails:
  • 35% beginner
  • 40% intermediate
  • 25% expert
Skiable Acres: 285
Longest Run: 1.25 miles
Lifts: 11 (2 high-speed "six packs", 3 quads, 5 triples, 3 conveyors, 1 rope tow; 2 conveyors in tubing park)
Night Skiing: Yes
Terrain Park: Seven terrain parks.
Tubing Park: Yes
Address: 777 Waterwheel Drive
Seven Springs, PA 15622
Phone: (800) 452-2223
Social Media: Facebook link Twitter link Instagram link
Webcams: View resort webcams
Web Site: http://www.7springs.com/
Directions: Via Google Maps

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Weather near Seven Springs

2:47 pm on September 26 / Latrobe / Westmoreland
A Few Clouds
64° F
A Few Clouds
Humidity:49% Visibility:20.00
Wind Speed:14 mph wind_SW Sunrise:7:07 a.m.
Barometer:29.74 in Sunset:7:10 p.m.
Dewpoint:45 °F
Definitely too warm for snowmaking. No snowmaking
This Afternoon
rainy
High: 57°
Chance of Showers
A chance of showers, mainly before 4pm. Partly sunny, with a high near 57. West wind around 18 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30%. New precipitation amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible.
Tonight
cloudy
Low: 45°
Partly Cloudy
Partly cloudy, with a low around 45. West wind 10 to 13 mph, with gusts as high as 21 mph.
Tuesday
rainy
High: 53°
Chance of Showers
A chance of showers, mainly after 11am. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 53. West wind 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Chance of precipitation is 50%. New precipitation amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible.
Tuesday Night
cloudy
Low: 42°
Mostly Cloudy
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 42. West wind around 10 mph.

Weather supplied by the National Weather Service. Errors or reporting delays may be possible.


Snow conditions at Seven Springs

Resort is open for summer operations

Snow conditions supplied by SnoCountry, and may be inaccurate or delayed at times. Please check directly with Seven Springs for the most up-to-date snow and operating conditions.


News about Seven Springs

An Ikonic, Epic Battle: For 2022, Season Pass Options Abound
Article thumbnail April 25, 2022 - It is once again Spring, which means it’s time to consider purchasing a season pass for the 2022-2023 winter season before prices begin to inch up. DCSki breaks down the choices and factors Mid-Atlantic skiers should consider as they explore available pass options.
User Highlight: Eric Mosel
Article thumbnail March 6, 2022 - Known as “Crush” on the DCSki Forums, Eric has been posting to DCSki for over 20 years — even as he’s changed locations from D.C. to Park City to North Lake Tahoe. Learn more about Eric in this interview.
From a Drizzly December to a Snowy New Year
Article thumbnail January 7, 2022 - The second half of December wasn’t ideal for Mid-Atlantic ski areas: cold temperatures from early in the season yielded to unseasonably (and, to skiers, unreasonably) mild days. As the calendar advanced from December to January, that’s all changed. DCSki provides a roundup of the latest conditions at local ski resorts.
Vail Resorts to Purchase Seven Springs, Hidden Valley, Laurel Mountain
Article thumbnail December 8, 2021 - In news that is likely to reshape Mid-Atlantic snowsports for years to come, Vail Resorts announced on December 8, 2021 that it has entered into an agreement to purchase Seven Springs Mountain Resort, Hidden Valley Resort, and the operations of Laurel Mountain Ski Area.
More Mid-Atlantic Ski Resorts on Tap to Open December 4
Article thumbnail December 1, 2021 - The Mid-Atlantic ski season is already underway, and additional ski areas are scheduled to come on-line the weekend of December 4-5. DCSki presents a complete roundup of open — and soon-to-open — ski areas in this December 1, 2021 update. Above, Pennsylvania’s Seven Springs Resort has been laying down snow in preparation for a December 4 opening.
Snowmaking Begins as Mid-Atlantic Resorts Eye Opening Dates
Article thumbnail November 24, 2021 - Favorable snowmaking temperatures have enabled many Mid-Atlantic ski areas to begin snowmaking operations in preparation for their season openings. Sugar Mountain, Cataloochee, and Snowshoe are among the first ski areas to open for the 2021-2022 winter season. Above, early-morning snowmaking is shown at Pennsylvania’s Seven Springs Resort on November 23, 2021.
Mid-Atlantic Ski Icon Dick Barron Dies
Article thumbnail November 14, 2021 - Dick Barron served as a ski patroller for 50 years at Seven Springs Resort.
Seven Springs Upgrades Avalanche Lift
Article thumbnail November 6, 2021 - The Avalanche Lift has been replaced with a state-of-the-art Doppelmayr fixed grip quad.
User Highlight: Rob Davis
Article thumbnail March 6, 2021 - Known as “Laurel Hill Crazie” on the DCSki Forums, Rob Davis is a retired steelworker from Pittsburgh. Rob has a special connection to Pennsylvania’s Laurel Mountain Ski Resort, where he has skied hundreds if not thousands of times. Learn more about Rob and the history of Laurel Mountain in this interview.
Mid-Atlantic Resorts Kick Off Ski Season
Article thumbnail December 24, 2020 - The 2020-2021 ski season has begun. DCSki provides a quick look at ski areas across PA, MD, VA, and WV.

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