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Jack Frost Mountain Travel Tips

See It All from Jack Frost Mountain Cabins

Some of the best Poconos vacation rentals just happen to be located right near Blakeslee Pennsylvania. In town you have the Jack Frost Mountain house rentals, and outside of town you have the Jack Frost Mountain cabins. There's a lot of excitement to be had on Jack Frost Mountain's slopes, but if you care to slow down for awhile, there's a whole lot of natural beauty to take in, too. One Flake Slope offers a fun ride for novice skiers, while Big Boulder Park lets you take a nice hike and enjoy the scenery without having to keep your balance.

A Fast Paced Vacation Experience

The Jack Frost area sits right up next to Big Boulder, so they're practically close enough to walk between. If you've ever thought about trying snow surfing, they both have some fun beginner areas where you can go to say "I tried that." Some folks love a good thrill on the open glades because it makes them feel alive. Just a short walk from the Jack Frost Mountain cabins and a couple of miles from the Jack Frost Mountain house rentals you'll find a ski run that's over half a mile long. If you decide to bring the kids, they have family tubes, which are a lot like water slides. If you're not into learning a skill but love a good thrill, tubing might be your kind of experience.

Taking a Break from the Slopes

You might think that Jack Frost Mountain house rentals would keep you away from modern extras, but Blakeslee (just a couple of miles from the mountain itself) has all of the amenities. They even have a pair of dams (the Briar Crest Woods Dam and the Association Dam) if you've ever wanted to see how a small town handles reservoir building.

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