Macungie Travel Guide

  • A nice dumping of Snow at Bear Creek
    A nice dumping of Snow at Bear Creek
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Macungie Shopping

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    Do you have em?

    by GNSK8 Updated Jan 27, 2003

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    There will be hats, goggles, scarves, gloves, skis, poles all littered at the bottom of the jump !

    What to buy: A camera, plenty of kodak moments.

    What to pay: If you have a lift ticket, the event is free.

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Macungie Warnings and Dangers

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    Do you dare tempt the Sasquatch ?

    by GNSK8 Written Jan 25, 2003

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    The sign says it all. This trail is for experts only. Its not very long but its steep with large mogels and BIG drop offs.

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Macungie Off The Beaten Path

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    Have a blast in the Half Pipe

    by GNSK8 Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Drop into the pipe, blast a rodio air or just make controlled turns. Skiers and snowboarders welcome.

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Macungie Sports & Outdoors

  • Tickets

    Ahh, this is nice; an indoor ticket booth. Just to the left as you enter the lobby. No waiting in the cold. (like at some ski areas!)

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  • Terrain Park

    It must be a good terrain park, it was full of hot shots. The quad chairlift rides right by it, so it is fun to watch the action. The wall got a lot of action, except of course, for the time I had my camera ready for a picture...Music was missing though. Usually the terrain parks have music. Wonder if they'll be adding that?

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  • Watch for falling snow!

    Be careful about skiing directly under the chairlift. Lots of people (mostly teenagers!), bang their skis together sending down showers of snow upon your head. Don't they realize they are nicking up their edges?! (Must be renters.)Also, if you fall, some people (mostly teenagers!), like to razz you.Or if you are a female, some people (mostly...

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Macungie Favorites

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    Australian for

    by GNSK8 Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Favorite thing: This mountain is 45 minutes less drive than the Pokonos for me. I also noticed that it faces away from the cold Northwest winds which made the difference on the freezing cold day that I went.

    Here is a link to check the weather and conditions:

    http://www.weather.com/weather/alerts/?alertId=39388&dbSeq=null

    Fondest memory: The mountain is friendly ! From the people to the terrain. Don't get me wrong, there are some challenging trails and some massive jumps along with a half pipe and all kinds of slide rails to keep the experts happy. Try this place out !

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