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MOUNTAINS TO DO!

Spring, Summer and Fall at The Village Moose

Seven Springs and the Laurel Mountains aren't just a winter destination.  During the Spring, Summer and Fall you can enjoy a round of golf at 1 of 11 area public golf courses.  Or you can crash through white-water rapids on a raft at Ohiopyle or visit Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater.  Or just stay at the resort and enjoy swimming at one of the two outdoor pools, seeing a birds eye view of the mountain from the Laurel Mountain Canopy Tour or the Screaching Hawk Zip Line, or fly down the Alpine Slide. There's also hiking, mountain biking, paintball, and lots, lots more.  With special events, great mountains, and lots to choose from, there's something for everyone at The Village Moose in Seven Springs Resort.

 

 

 

Winter on the mountains

Spring, summer and Fall

Seven SPrings Resort

The Laurel Mountains

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White Water Rafting, Canoeing and Rock Climbing

Exotic Animals at Living Treasures Animal Park

Family Fun at Caddie Shak Park

Tour Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater or Kentuck Knob

Sample Local Wineries

Visit a local Pennsylvania State Forest or State Park

Shop, Visit Historical Sites, Art Galleries or Museums or Attend Theatrical Productions

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Winter at The Village Moose

No one can deny that Seven Springs is a great winter destination for skiing, snowboarding and so much more.  In fact, Seven Springs has been rated as the #1 ski resort in the mid-east by Ski Magazine and Seven Springs Terrain Parks have been named the #1 parks and pipes on the East Coast by Transworld Snowboarding magazine.  But after a hard day on the slopes, nothing is better than relaxing in front of a roaring fire in front of a 50” plasma TV, rejuvenating tired muscles in the whirlpool tub or sinking into a feather comforter on the king size bed in the spa inspired master suite at The Village Moose. We make that winter ski trip an overall great vacation.

 
Ski Slopes and Resort Access
NOTE:THE SKI SLOPE DEAD ENDS DOWNHILL OF THE DECK.
You can access the ski slopes in several different ways.

  1. Walk to the upper end of the Meadowridge parking lot for the Village Trail access.
  2. Walk up the ski trail to the first trail on the right.
  3. Use the free Seven Springs Shuttle Bus. The shuttle buses run every 15-20 minutes during the weekends and on demand during the week.  The shuttle bus route is typically up the hill, so if you have a ski pass, you can exit in the Stoneridge parking lot and walk right out to the slopes.  Otherwise, take the shuttle to the resort buildings.  For the shuttle bus call (800) 452-2223 x5000