Eastern Region Ski Resort Jobs
Skiing and snowboarding is very popular, especially for the millions of people who live in the Eastern region of the United States. It's full of metropolitan areas like Boston, New York City, and Philadelphia.
The Eastern Region includes seven states - Massachusetts, New York, and Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New Jersey. This region is home to approximately 60+ ski resorts. With such an urban setting close by, these resorts are popular weekend escapes from big city life and great places to seek employment for anyone.
The ski resorts in the Eastern United States can be quite crowded, but when you're out on the snow ripping through the trees, skidding through the moguls, or grinding a box you'll know you're in your element. These resorts may not be the biggest or the gnarliest mountains, but they are wonderful places to enjoy nature at its finest.
All sorts of people enjoy the challenge of skiing at resorts like Hunter Mountain and Jiminy Peak. This region offers plenty of challenges for even the rippingest skier. If you want to fine tune your bump skiing, push the limits of how far you can tip your ski, or explore how far you can fly off the biggest booter in the park, then these ski resorts are ideal. They are also excellent training grounds for up and coming skiers and snowboarders who want to make it big on the race or park scene.
The ski resorts in the East are sweet places to improve your skills and escape the daily grind. Below is a list of some of the big ski resorts and employers in the Eastern region. Scroll through the list and click on any employer to learn more about them. If you don't see what you're looking for in this list, you can also visit our Ski Areas page to find more resorts in each state.
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- Jiminy Peak - A green energy trendsetter, Jiminy Peak is an excellent family ski resort with all sorts of winter and summer activities like mountain coasters, alpine super slides, fishing, hiking, biking, mini golf, skiing, snowboarding, swimming, and of course special events.
- Holiday Valley - New York's largest ski area offers night skiing. It operates for approximately a 120 day per season and employs lots of people in the area who get to ski and ride all day and into the night.
- Hunter Mountain - Nestled in the famous Catskill Mountains, Hunter is only three hours north of New York City. With extensive snowmaking, you can plan on a long season and good coverage.
- Lake Placid - Whiteface Mountain is just down the road from Lake Placid and has the biggest vertical of any resort on the East Coast - 3,430 feet. In 1980 it hosted several Winter Olympics ski racing events and is now known for big mountain skiing. Whiteface is the perfect spot for someone who wants to work where they have it all.
- Windham Mountain - Windham is a sweet ski hill, but it is also a mountain biking destination, which means it operates year round.
- Jack Frost Big Boulder - Located in a remote spot, this is a superb place to escape the big city life and enjoy the serenity of nature in the scenic mountains of Pennsylvania.