If the wilderness fascinates you but you aren’t too keen on properly roughing it, check out these five places to experience nature without, ahem, substituting leaves for TP. Read on to learn about the best nature reserves, state parks and retreats with lovely accommodations for both the ruffian and pampered soul within us all.
State police and emergency crews have found a snowmobiler who was last seen heading to ride alone in the Laurel Mountains in southwestern Pennsylvania on Sunday.
Celebrate this winter with your own mini-vacation at one the area’s nearby holiday hotspots.
Skiers are hitting the slopes for the first time this season in the Laurel Highlands.
Seven Springs is going on a hiring blitz looking for up to 800 workers for the upcoming ski season.
Seven Springs is expanding its popular canopy tours to nighttime.
Seven Springs opened a new canopy zip line tour. There are 10 zip line rides on the new course.
Looking for something new and unique to do this summer? Try the new Laurel Ridgeline Canopy Tours at Seven Springs!
The occasional spring snow is something to which, people in Somerset County are accustomed, but even today’s snow is affecting operations.
Seven Springs is known for its skiing, but this spring it’s all about mud. The resort will host the first-ever “Mud on the Mountain” adventure race.
The world’s first – and only – urban terrain park is now open at Seven Springs.
It’s easy to come up with excuses to stay inside and keep warm all winter, but there are so many reasons to get up and get moving outside! Pennsylvania’s abundant snowmobile trails are just one of those reasons.
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