Pennsylvania, United States
Shawnee Mountain is a family oriented ski resort in Eastern Pennsylvania located right outside East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, I-80, exit 309, next to the Delaware River in the easternmost part of The Poconos.
Shawnee Mountain has a summit elevation of 1350 feet and vertical elevation change of 700 feet There are 125 acres of skiing terrain. The mountain has a total of 23 trails, the longest of which is 5,100 feet (1,554 m), and two terrain parks. The Bushkill Park currently has many features including rails, boxes, a set of stairs, and a Tepee Wall Ride. The other park features boxes and rails.
Shawnee Mountain has nine lifts (from left to right). There is a triple chairlift called the Arrowhead Chairlift. There is a quad chairlift that is called the Tomahawk chairlift. There is a double-double chairlift (two chairlifts together). Normally, one chairlift is open). Then is another double chairlift (only one) called the Bushkill Chairlift that takes people over the Bushkill Terrain Park. This is a very narrow chairlift and the longest one. Then at the beginner’s hill a small double chairlift. Next to it is a belt that you stand on. Then at the learning center is another belt. Then last is a snowtubing belt. It also features 100% snow making, night skiing and snow tubing. The mountain summit receives an average of 50 inches of snow fall each winter. The resort opened in 1975.