Mountain Info


Trail Status

Little BearEasiestClosed
UtahMore DifficultClosed
Chicken RidgeMore DifficultClosed
Deer RunEasiestClosed
Tower Three ChuteMore DifficultClosed
Winter’s WayMore DifficultClosed
Doc WhiteMore DifficultClosed
Upper TuscaroraMost DifficultClosed
Lower TuscaroraMore DifficultClosed
GrizzlyMore DifficultClosed
Upper ShamokinMost DifficultClosed
Lower ShamokinMore DifficultClosed
Lion’s WayEasiestClosed
Grizzly GladesMost DifficultClosed
Terrain ParkClosed
Tube ParkClosed

Snow Report

BaseNA
ConditionsMachine Groomed Granular
Groomed TrailsNone
Terrain ParkHandrail, Elbow Rail, Down Box, Pipe to Stair Gap, Tube, A-Frame
Tube ParkClosed
SnowmakingCheck back in Winter 2022-23!

Mountain Stats

Vertical Drop500 feet
Trails8 (30% beginner, 45% intermediate, 25% advanced)
Skiable Acres38
Longest Run0.75 miles
Chair Lifts5 (1 quad; 1 double; 1 tow, 1 T-bar, and 1 tube tow)
Night SkiingYes
Terrain ParkBoxes, rails, pipes, and assorted jumps.

Terrain Map

Trail Map


About Tussey Mountain

Tussey Mountain was originally operated as a public ski area under the name of Skimont during the 1960’s. After sitting idle for a few years, the mountain was re-opened as a private club in the mid 1970’s under the name Bald Knob Ski Club.

In 1981-82 the mountain was reorganized and opened again publicly as Tussey Mountain Ski Area, a name now synonymous with quality skiing to area residents. Since then the mountain has grown both in size and sophistication of operation.


Today, Tussey Mountain has skiing on 50 acres with 3 ski and snowboard lifts and 1 snowtube lift. Our snowmaking system covers 90% of our skiable terrain, as does our slope lighting. Instruction is offered through our PSIA member Snowsports School, first-aid services through our NSP member Ski Patrol, a complete Rental Shop, on-site Ski Shop, as well as well-organized junior racing programs.

Tube Park

Hold on to your hat — the snow tubing park at Tussey Mountain is a ride unlike any other! Fit yourself into a tube and then let it do all the work — get pulled to the top on our of our handle-tow lifts, check out the beautiful view before enjoying the crisp air on your cheeks as gravity sends you scorching down one of our maintained lanes. Once at the bottom, return to the line and repeat the process! Its like sledding without all of the work!

HOW IT WORKS:

To secure a spot on the hill, you will need to purchase and register online. On your scheduled day, arrive at the Ticket Office to check in.

Once at the tube park, staff members will direct you to the tubes, after which you will move to the Tube lift. There you will sit in your tube as our pulley system will drag you to the top! At the top of the tube hill, pick your lane, hold on tight and feel the wind hit your face…get to the bottom and then repeat those steps! Share tubes if necessary, and get in as many runs in your time as possible!

TUBE PARK RULES:

Children must be at least 7 years old to tube. Each person must ride in their own tube (no lap riding). Open to ages 10+ without adult supervision. Ages 7-9 must be accompanied by an adult while in the park. Ski boots are not permitted. Tickets are not transferable.


Terrain Park – More Info Coming Soon