Closed Monday 2/7, reopening Tuesday 2/8 through the weekend as conditions allow

We will be closed Monday 2/7 and will reopen Tuesday 2/8. We will be open every day from 9-4:30 through next weekend as conditions allow. Temperature highs are supposed to reach above freezing most days next week, so it is unclear if we will lose any more snow or how that will effect trail conditions. Stay tuned for updates.

Currently the trails are 1/4 inch of groomed powder on top of 4″ of frozen granular. Beginner skiers are saying the trails feel icy, and experienced skiers are saying the conditions are fast but great. The trails are especially good for skaters. No tracks are currently set. A lot of the debris has been cleaned up, though there is still some on the trails.

Road Conditions

The mountain road is slick in some places due to the freezing rain. We strongly recommend that guests have snow tires and/or chains to make it up the mountain. Crystal Lake is not responsible for assisting anyone who gets stuck. The best option is to call non-emergency police for assistance, or Shrewsbury township for plow help: (570) 584-3079.

Directions

DO NOT FOLLOW ANY GPS OR INTERNET DIRECTIONS. ANY OTHER ROUTE FROM US 220 DOES NOT HAVE WINTER MAINTENANCE AND IS IMPASSABLE.

  • Get on route US 220 at Hughesville and go north to the village of Tivoli.
  • Turn left (north) onto Highland Lake Rd., drive 7.4 miles to Crystal Lake Camps.
  • If you must use your GPS, use it to go to Tivoli, PA, on US 220, then follow our directions at our sign at the Highland Lake Road.

Ski Info

  • Snow depth: 4″
  • Surface: 1/4″ powder
  • Estimated packed base: 4″ frozen granular
  • Km open: 25
  • Km groomed: 25
  • Km tracked: 0
  • Classic vs. skate: All open trails are open for both classic and skate skiing, but current conditions are especially good for skaters.
  • Caution: Debris down and frozen onto trails.
  • Skiable days this season: 12

Snow Info

  • Snow in the last 24 hours: 1/4″ on 1/28/22
  • Snow so far this season: 20″

Open Sunday 2/6 from 9:00am to 4:30pm

We will be open tomorrow, Sunday 2/6 from 9:00am to 4:30pm! The trails are 1/4 inch of groomed powder on top of 4″ of frozen granular. Beginner skiers today said the trails felt icy, and experienced skiers said conditions are great. Tracks will not be set tomorrow. They are especially good for skaters. We picked up a lot of debris today, though there is still some on the trails.

Road Conditions

The mountain road is slick in some places due to the freezing rain. We strongly recommend that guests have snow tires and/or chains to make it up the mountain. Crystal Lake is not responsible for assisting anyone who gets stuck. The best option is to call non-emergency police for assistance, or Shrewsbury township for plow help: (570) 584-3079.

Directions

DO NOT FOLLOW ANY GPS OR INTERNET DIRECTIONS. ANY OTHER ROUTE FROM US 220 DOES NOT HAVE WINTER MAINTENANCE AND IS IMPASSABLE.

  • Get on route US 220 at Hughesville and go north to the village of Tivoli.
  • Turn left (north) onto Highland Lake Rd., drive 7.4 miles to Crystal Lake Camps.
  • If you must use your GPS, use it to go to Tivoli, PA, on US 220, then follow our directions at our sign at the Highland Lake Road.

Ski Info

  • Snow depth: 4″
  • Surface: 1/4″ powder
  • Estimated packed base: 4″ frozen granular
  • Km open: 25
  • Km groomed: 25
  • Km tracked: 0
  • Classic vs. skate: All open trails are open for both classic and skate skiing, but current conditions are especially good for skaters.
  • Caution: Debris down and frozen onto trails.
  • Skiable days this season: 12

Snow Info

  • Snow in the last 24 hours: 1/4″ on 1/28/22
  • Snow so far this season: 20″

Open Saturday 2/5 from 11:00am to 4:30pm

We will be open today, Saturday 2/5 from 11:00am to 4:30pm! The trails are 1/4 inch of powder on top of 4″ of frozen granular. There is a lot of debris down and frozen on the trails that we are working on clearing up today, but still something to be cautious of. Tracks will not be set. Conditions are especially good for skaters.

Road Conditions

The mountain road is extremely slick due to the freezing rain. We strongly recommend that guests have snow tires and/or chains to make it up the mountain. Crystal Lake is not responsible for assisting anyone who gets stuck. The best option is to call non-emergency police for assistance, or Shrewsbury township for plow help: (570) 584-3079.

Ski Info

  • Snow depth: 4″
  • Surface: 1/4″ powder
  • Estimated packed base: 4″ frozen granular
  • Km open: 25
  • Km groomed: 25
  • Km tracked: 0
  • Classic vs. skate: All open trails are open for both classic and skate skiing, but current conditions are especially good for skaters.
  • Caution: Debris down and frozen onto trails.
  • Skiable days this season: 12

Snow Info

  • Snow in the last 24 hours: 1/4″ on 1/28/22
  • Snow so far this season: 20″

Open Saturday 2/5 from 11:00am to 4:30pm

We will be open tomorrow, Saturday 2/5 from 11:00am to 4:30pm! The trails are 1/4 inch of powder on top of 4″ of frozen granular. There is a lot of debris down on the trails that we will be cleaning up throughout the day tomorrow. Tracks will not be set. Conditions are especially good for skaters.

Road Conditions

The mountain road is extremely slick due to the freezing rain. We strongly recommend that guests have snow tires and/or chains to make it up the mountain. Crystal Lake is not responsible for assisting anyone who gets stuck. The best option is to call non-emergency police for assistance, or Shrewsbury township for plow help: (570) 584-3079.

Ski Info

  • Snow depth: 4″
  • Surface: 1/4″ powder
  • Estimated packed base: 4″ frozen granular
  • Km open: 25
  • Km groomed: 25
  • Km tracked: 0
  • Classic vs. skate: All open trails are open for both classic and skate skiing, but current conditions are especially good for skaters.
  • Skiable days this season: 12

Snow Info

  • Snow in the last 24 hours: 1/4″ on 1/28/22
  • Snow so far this season: 20″

Likely closed Saturday 2/5 due to rain and ice. Stay tuned for updates.

We received lots of rain and ice over the last couple days. It is still precipitating, and we won’t be able to fully understand the conditions until the precipitation stops later this afternoon. However, we will likely not be able to open tomorrow Saturday 2/5 as debris needs to be cleaned up, the moisture on the trails needs to settle, and conditions need to be assessed. Stay tuned for updates.

Open tomorrow Wednesday 2/2, closed on Thursday 2/3, stay tuned for updates later in the week

We will be open tomorrow, Wednesday 2/2 from 9-4:30. The trails are getting a little icy and slick. We will work on re-grooming the trails as needed. It is supposed to warm up later in the day, so conditions should remain good throughout the day until mid-afternoon when the trails may get soft.

Due to rain in the forecast starting on Wednesday night 2/2 and continuing into Thursday, we will be closed on Thursday, and will then assess the conditions to determine if we will be able to open on Friday and into the weekend. Stay tuned for updates.

Road Conditions

The mountain road is plowed and cindered, but still slick in some spots. We strongly recommend that guests have 4-wheel drive, all-wheel drive, snow tires and/or chains to make it up the mountain. Crystal Lake is not responsible for assisting anyone who gets stuck. The best option is to call non-emergency police for assistance, or Shrewsbury township for plow help: (570) 584-3079.

Ski Info

  • Snow depth: “9
  • Surface: “5
  • Estimated packed base: “4
  • Km open: 25
  • Km groomed: 25
  • Km tracked: 18
  • Classic vs. skate: All open trails are open for both classic and skate skiing.
  • Skiable days this season: 12

Snow Info

  • Snow in the last 24 hours: 1″ on 1/28/22
  • Snow so far this season: 19″

Open tomorrow, Tuesday 2/1, with packed powder conditions

We will be open Tuesday 2/1 from 9-4:30. The trails are packed powder, and we will be touching them up as needed. There is a slight layer of ice on some trails, so for some beginners they found it helpful to stay in the tracks.

Due to rain in the forecast starting on Wednesday night 2/2 and continuing into Thursday and Friday, we will likely be closed at the end of this week, but the specific days we will be closed are unknown at this time.

Road Conditions

The mountain road is plowed and cindered, but still slick in some spots. We strongly recommend that guests have 4-wheel drive, all-wheel drive, snow tires and/or chains to make it up the mountain. Crystal Lake is not responsible for assisting anyone who gets stuck. The best option is to call non-emergency police for assistance, or Shrewsbury township for plow help: (570) 584-3079.

Ski Info

  • Snow depth: “9
  • Surface: “5
  • Estimated packed base: “4
  • Km open: 25
  • Km groomed: 25
  • Km tracked: 18
  • Classic vs. skate: All open trails are open for both classic and skate skiing.
  • Skiable days this season: 12

Snow Info

  • Snow in the last 24 hours: 1″ on 1/28/22
  • Snow so far this season: 19″

Open Monday 1/31 and Tuesday 2/1 with packed powder conditions

We will be open Monday and Tuesday from 9-4:30. The trails are packed powder, and we will be touching them up as needed.

Due to rain in the forecast starting on Wednesday 2/2, we will likely be closed at the end of the week.

Road Conditions

The mountain road is plowed and cindered, but still slick in some spots. We strongly recommend that guests have 4-wheel drive, all-wheel drive, snow tires and/or chains to make it up the mountain. Crystal Lake is not responsible for assisting anyone who gets stuck. The best option is to call non-emergency police for assistance, or Shrewsbury township for plow help: (570) 584-3079.

Ski Info

Snow depth: “9

Surface: “5

Estimated packed base: “4

Km open: 25

Km groomed: 25

Km tracked: 18

Classic vs. skate: All open trails are open for both classic and skate skiing.

Skiable days this season: 12

Snow Info

Snow in the last 24 hours: 1″ on 1/28/22

Snow so far this season: 19″