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Seven Springs Mountain Resort
Night skiing at Seven Springs.
Location: Seven Springs,
 United States
Nearest city: Champion
Coordinates: 40°1′23″N 79°17′34″W / 40.02306°N 79.29278°W / 40.02306; -79.29278 (Seven Springs Mountain Resort)
Vertical: 701 (232 m)
Top elevation: 3001 ft (915 m)
Base elevation: 2240 ft (683 m)
Skiable area: 285 acres (1.15 km²)
Runs: 40 trails
Ski trail rating symbol-green circle.svg 35% Beginner
Ski trail rating symbol-blue square.svg 40% Intermediate
Ski trail rating symbol-black diamond.svg 15% Advanced
Ski trail rating symbol-double black diamond.svg 10% Expert
Longest run: Lost Boy
1.3 miles - (2.1 km)
Lift system: 15 total
- 10 chairs
- 3 surface
- 2 conveyor)
Lift capacity: 26,620 / hr
Terrain parks: 7
Snowfall: 105 in. (267 cm)
Snowmaking: yes
Night skiing: yes
Web site:
SevenSprings is located in Pennsylvania
location of Seven Springs

Seven Springs Mountain Resort is an all season resort located in Seven Springs, Pennsylvania. The resort is officially listed in the borough of Seven Springs but some sources still list it as Champion, as it previously was. It has a fairly high elevation for a Pennsylvania ski area, at 3001 feet above sea level. There is a wide variety of activities offered at this resort, including fishing, hiking, and golfing in the summer and skiing and snowboarding in the winter.

The ski season at Seven Springs begins on December 1 and continues through April 1 (weather permitting).


Slope statistics[1]

  • Mountain elevation: 3,001 ft (top), 2,240 (base)
  • Highest vertical drop: 761 ft
  • Average snowfall per year: 105 in
  • Lift capacity per hour: 26,620
  • Average temperature: 24°F
  • Skiable terrain: 285 acres (1.15 km2)
  • Total number of slopes and trails: 33[2]
  • Total number of parks and pipes: 7 (5 parks, 2 pipes)
  • Longest trail: "Lost Boy" (6,950 ft/1.3 miles)

Lift statistics[3]

Type Length (feet) Hourly
Two High Speed Six Passenger Chairlifts 2,600 6,000
Three Quad Chairlifts 2,600 - 4,202 7,000
Five Triple Chairlifts 2,320 - 4,410 7,800
Two Rope Tows - 4,200
One Handle Tow - 720
Two Magic Carpets - 3,000

Total Lifts

  • 15 total lifts
    • 10 chairlifts
    • 3 surface lifts
    • 2 conveyors

On-site activities & amenities







Seven Springs Mountain Resort has undergone several changes. Below is a summary of recent modifications and enhancements.


In the fall of 2007, the hotel at Seven Springs received a full renovation and redecoration. All 418 hotel rooms were planned for refurbishment. Seven Springs chose George Conte Designs of Greensburg, Pennsylvania to perform the complete renovation. The entire rooms were remodeled, with new bedding, carpets, curtains, doors, tables, desks, and chairs. Also new for the renewed hotel is an LCD TV in each room with a multimedia jack for connecting various digital devices.

Another project that was planned by Seven Springs Mountain Resort at the same time was the building of a second high speed six-passenger chairlift serving the Gunnar slope at the North Face. The new chairlift now takes skiers and snowboarders to the top of the mountain in four minutes, in comparison to twelve minutes on the previous chairlift.[4] The Gunnar Express Lift was constructed in place of the Gunnar Triple Chairlift.

Construction for both the hotel and the chairlift were fully completed and open to guests for use in time for the 2007-08 skiing season.


Several projects have arisen for the 2008-09 winter ski season at Seven Springs. Improvements and additions to the slopes and trails and terrain parks are among the many plans made for the resort. Construction for other major projects, including the addition of an outdoor swimming pool and spa facility, have also begun.

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