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Stayed up at one of the condo's there and overall it was a fantastic trip. All staff are very helpful and made our trip stress free. Highly recommend Check out the Clubhouse its got great food and drinks and condo was beautiful
We had booked a condo owned by Kim and David O'Kane at Blue Knob Resort through VRBO for week in August. Unfortunately, a death in the family forced us to cancel our reservation. Without ANY hassle whatsoever the O'Kanes immediately refunded our deposit. I want...More
Blue Knob, while small in comparison to the surrounding mega ski resorts delivers some of the best terrain south of New York. The highest skiable terrain in PA. It has the longest beginner slope south of New England. 2 miles long with ample opportunity to...More
We drove up to the ski resort area and the view of the mountains was spectacular. They were getting the ski lift chairs ready . Snow resort looked a bit run down and sections of the road needed repair . Guess Blue Knob is second...More
We all met here for a girls' evening. The rooms are not very nice at all. The ceiling fan light only had one working light bulb. There were two bathrooms which made it nice, but every time you flushed the commode you would have to...More
I find it very hard to rate to place. On the one hand the snow was just bad - temperatures had been too high for too long, which means that ski conditions just got worse and worse during our stay. While we had full day...More
I'm going to start with the Skiing because it was better than our stay in the Lodge.
The slopes were fun and there was new snow, until the warm weather moved in. It wasn't crowded and that was nice. However, the lifts were terrible. They...More
This resort is very dated. Could have so much potential. Nice vertical. Good mix of terrain. Sits on top the mountain with lots of space... Lodge just needs torn down and rebuilt with a new one... No flow to purchase tickets... No signs directing where...More
While Blue Knob may not be best for first timers, but it is still okay for those who aren't experts. It receives less people than Seven Springs or Hidden Valley, so the hills, while icy, aren't dangerously slick. There is a mix of trails: wide...More
Not sure where on I-40 you intend to start. From Washington, PA to Pavia (the little town at the base of the park), the travel time is 2 hours, 18 mins and the distance is about 130 miles. The suggested route is the PA... More
Not sure where on I-40 you intend to start. From Washington, PA to Pavia (the little town at the base of the park), the travel time is 2 hours, 18 mins and the distance is about 130 miles. The suggested route is the PA Turnpike . . . probably the fastest way. I myself prefer I-30, then PA 96 north from Schellsburg. You'll begin to see brown signs for Blue Knob once you're 10-15 miles away. Hope you'll make the trip!
No they don't. I would not recommend this slope for kids. They do not mark closed slopes well. The ski bindings are too tight and do not come off when you fall. My daughter was injured while exiting a ski lift with her... More
No they don't. I would not recommend this slope for kids. They do not mark closed slopes well. The ski bindings are too tight and do not come off when you fall. My daughter was injured while exiting a ski lift with her instructor.