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Great place to learn!

*Wrote this on the resort page, but it should have been here. Sorry!* Purchased snow tubing... read more

Reviewed 12 March 2018
Keri M
The Hungry Gringo’s little gem.

Although the mountain is small, the place skis very well for its size. However what makes this... read more

Reviewed 2 March 2018
ken k
Millstone, New Jersey
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Popular with urban skiers from Philadelphia, this area offers 18 trails for skiers and boarders, appealing mostly to novice skill level.
101 Doe Mountain Ln, Macungie, PA 18062-2052
+1 610-682-7100
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Reviewed 12 March 2018

*Wrote this on the resort page, but it should have been here. Sorry!* Purchased snow tubing tickets a few weeks ago, but due to bad weather two weekends in a row, we were unable to go at the time we had picked. Guest services was...More

Thank Keri M
Reviewed 2 March 2018 via mobile

Although the mountain is small, the place skis very well for its size. However what makes this place so great is the people who work there. This I contribute to the management. This place is so clean, well organized and managed, you think your at...More

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Reviewed 27 January 2018 via mobile

The king suite is nice and roomy. The kids ski lesson was great. The staff was extremely friendly. Great job with the slopes with warm weather.

Thank James M
Reviewed 26 January 2018

This is definitely not skiing in Colorado, but what they have here is very nice. It used to be called Doe Mountain but was bought by the current company and they bought a beautiful hotel and conference center to use year round. They have done...More

Thank Thelrose
Reviewed 21 January 2018

Overall, we were satisfied. We came to snow tube and we did have fun. We have snow tubed at other ski resorts and I am merely reviewing the staff friendliness, willingness to help. Our tickets were prepurchased and checking in was easy. The lodge was...More

1  Thank LAMFER
Reviewed 2 December 2017

My wife and I don't ski, but just about our favorite place to have an elegant dinner is the grill at Bear Creek. The big windows overlook the ski slopes and you can watch the action over a classy meal. The menu is rather limited,...More

Thank Reno U
Reviewed 22 October 2017

This event was a real bust and at $25.00 per ticket online and $35.00 at the door, an expensive bust for what you got. The venue was crowded and difficult to navigate. The wine samplings were very skimpy and there was hardly any real food...More

Thank PAAbee
Reviewed 22 August 2017 via mobile

Fee $10 dollars. I paid for myself and two other people. A complete waste. There was one table with garlic. The rest were either nothing interesting, or wine and cheese with crazy lines for tasting. It seems the crowd just go to drink and eat...More

Thank wingeddiamond
Reviewed 21 June 2017

Perfect spot to ski with kids, take a lesson, and enjoy a meal / beverages afterwards. Despite being a small resort, Bear Creek has a lot of terrain to offer, lots of amenities. Great place to learn and/or tune up your skills, or if you're...More

1  Thank Joanne L
Reviewed 22 May 2017

This is a great place for a getaway, wedding, reunion!!! Spa right there, dining, drinks.. Beautiful rooms...enjoy!!!

Thank rkwieder
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Catherine H
20 January 2016|
Response from Gregory R | Reviewed this property |
The lodge is situated at the bottom of the mountain. You can walk out and up to the lifts that are maybe 50 yards from the lodge. As for the food, we've eaten in both the cafeteria and the restaurant and the food in both are... More