Hidden Valley Resort, located in Hidden Valley, Pa., provides a beautiful getaway any time of year! The Hidden Valley Golf Club presents a spectacular 18-hole championship course with tree-lined fairways nestled among native Mountain Laurel. Built along the natural fall lines of its mountaintop home, 30 miles of vistas capture the dramatic landscape of the surrounding countryside. The Trillium Spa at Hidden Valley offers an escape from the stress of everyday life with a relaxing spa menu featuring manicures, pedicures, massages and more. As a winter destination, Hidden Valley is the ideal winter destination for families. With 26 slopes and trails and two terrain parks on 110 skiable acres and a first-class snowsports school, Hidden Valley offers a comfortable environment to learn to ski or snowboard.Add Hidden Valley Resort to your Hidden Valley travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Hidden Valley trip itinerary builder site .
Hidden Valley is conveniently located just off the Pennsylvania Turnpike, located within 200 miles of Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Cleveland and Columbus.
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Hidden Valley Resort Reviews
Hidden is a great resort for a family ski vacation. Not commercialized like Seven Springs although same ownership. Shorter lines...less focus on whether or not you are skiing on the latest equipment a... more »
two nights at the resort for a family wedding turned out nice. no doubt its in desperate need for some renovations, the staff was nice and attentive. the ski lodge for the reception was in better shap... more »
The Golf Club at Hidden Valley Resort is a must play when you are in Western Pa. The holes run between the condo and are all tree lined but open enough that you feel that you can hit driver on almost ... more »
My fiance and I went to Hidden Valley for a weekend getaway. We had a great time snowboarding but had a terrible time with the lodging. We stayed at The Inn at Hidden Valley and we had numerous complaints. When we walked upstairs to our room we instantly noticed boot crusted footprints all over the carpet. We then noticed a giant rip in the couch right down the middle. About an hour later we noticed bees crawling around on the carpet. I went to take a shower but the shower head sprayed everywhere but on me. We decided to watch TV in our room before we went out for the night and when I put my back against the headboard I was poked by nails coming out of the headboard. We went to the front desk to let the staff know of our problems we encountered but were told to come back in the morning to speak to a manager. The staff let us stay in a room with bees crawling around thank goodness neither my fiance or myself is allergic. We went to speak to management in the morning and was greeted by the managers poor attitude and was told the boot prints are from the cleaning staff and the couch they knew about but the new one is on back order. The manager said she will let maintenance know about the bees and the headboard. She did not offer us an immediate solution or any guidance in our problems we encountered. The morning we checked out we were refunded some of our money but were told by staff they did not know exactly why we were receiving a refund. This is a great ski resort in terms of skiing or snowboarding but if you decide to stay here do your homework on lodging
The service was great. In terms of skiing, the instructors can tell at what rate you are ready to learn, and push you when you want to. And at the lift, the operators are attentive, and will slow and stop the lift for any issue. Rentals were handled well, and it was a great overall experience.
Stayed at resort for 2 evenings. Staff is VERY professional & courteous, room on the other hand is mediocre. The water pressure was too hard & the carpet was wet & musty. There also seemed to be black mold on the baseboards - if I was staying for skiing & not a wedding - these things might not have mattered.
Went there for one last day on the slopes for the season. Had a great time, snow on the backside of the mountain was much better than the front, seems to be the usual case. Crowds weren't bad at all and towards the end of the day there were no lift lines to speak of. Just wish lift tickets weren't so expensive for the size of the resort.
We took our three-year-old for ski lessons. The employees were great and the bunny him was perfectly set up for kids lessons. The resort is also fairly small so it was ready to navigate. We grabbed lunch at the sunrise/sunset cafe which didn't blow is away but was fine for ski resort cafe food.
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