Pennsylvania Archive


Ohiopyle white water rafting

Ohiopyle in Pennsylvania refers to a small area that is nestled in the Laurel Highland Mountains at some 50 miles from Pittsburgh. The term itself means the ‘white frothy water’ and is aptly named for the river of the same kind flowing in the Ohiopyle National Park. (more…)


Poconos skiing

Profound snow, low-key mountains, speedy lifts, and ideally neat trails – these are true inspirations for a skier to play and enjoy maximum on a skiing terrain. An enticing mix of all can be always experienced via the Poconos skiing in Pennsylvania where winter bites and slides are such that people of all skill levels can enjoy. Since 1946 when the history of skiing began on the Pocono Mountains via its first ski zone, this terrain has spoon-fed the art of the snowmaking as well as skiing rendering itself as the authentic destination of this winter sport. But when you speak about it today, Poconos is now the hub of all right from the beginner’s groomed slopes to the terrain parks and to the double black diamonds. (more…)