Ohiopyle offers lots of Winter fun! There are miles of trails great for snowshoe, winter hiking and cross country ski. Nearby Ski resorts include Nemacolin Resort, 7 Springs, Hidden Valley and Wisp. There are also many areas for snowmobiling fun. Winterfest is an annual event in Ohiopyle. Looking for more Ohiopyle area events? Check our events calendar!
Ohiopyle State Park - 724-329-8591
More things to do around Ohiopyle:
Nemacolin Woodlands Golf & Ski Resort
Seven Springs Mountain Resort
Jumonville Christian Camp
Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater
Frank Lloyd Wright's Kentuck Knob
Quecreek Mine Rescue Foundation
Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex
Christian W. Klay Winery
Flight 93 National Memorial
Friends of Ohiopyle
Check out our Photos of Ohiopyle, the Zipline and Playground
Snow Sport areas in and around Ohiopyle
Ohiopyle State Park
Cross-country Skiing & Snowshoe: There are 33.9 miles of trails for cross-country skiing in Ohiopyle. The Sproul Trails and a section of the Kentuck Trail were created for cross-country skiing. The Great Allegheny Passage can also be good for cross-country skiing with deeper snowfalls.
Sledding: A hill is maintained for sledding in the Sugarloaf Snowmobile and Mountain Bike Area.
Snowmobiling: The 15.9 miles of the Sugarloaf Trail System and Pressley Ridge Trail are open to snowmobiles.
Laurel Ridge State Park:
Xcountry Ski ~ Snowshoe ~ Snowmobile ~ Hike
Provides over 20 miles of trails. The concession grooms surfaces for classic and freestyle skiing. Trail fee required. 724-455-7303
View maps here.
Forbes State Forest:
Ski ~ Snowshoe ~ Snowmobile ~ Hike
Blue-blazed trails denote trails maintained with cross country skiing in mind. Over 115 miles of groomed state forest roads and trails are open for snowmobiling. Snowshoers can travel the many trails in the forest, or walk overland. For safety of both users, stay off the snowmobile trails. Check Forbes State Forest Maps for trail details here.
Mystic Mountain at Nemacolin Resort
7 Springs Ski Resort
Hidden Valley Ski Resort
Wisp Ski Resort
Locals Tip: Dress in layers. The weather can change quickly in the mountains. Follow all trail signs and markings so you don't get lost!