Mountains Stats

Jack frost | big boulder mountain FACTS & stats

Nestled in the Pocono Mountains just a few hours from New York City and only an hour or so from Philly the mountains of Jack Frost and Big Boulder compliment one another nicely and offer guests two discount experiences on the same lift ticket.  


MOUNTAIN STATS

JACK FROST MOUNTAIN - provides a variety of inviting terrain 

Summit elevation:  2000' 
Base elevation:       1400' 
Vertical drop:           600'
Trails:                           20  (4 Easier | 6 More Difficult | 8 Most Difficult | 2 Terrain Parks)
Lifts:                             12  (1 Quad | 2 Triples | 6 Doubles | 1 Carpet | 2 Surface Tubing Lifts) 

BIG BOULDER MOUNTAIN is devoting 50% of its overall terrain to park features!
Boasts the most progressive and innovative terrain park program in the Poconos.‚Äč

Summit elevation:   2175' 
Base elevation:       1700' 
Vertical drop:           475'
Trails:                           15 (4 Easier | 3 More Difficult | 3 Most Difficult | 5 Terrain Parks)
Lifts:                              10  (2 Triples | 5 Doubles | 1 Carpets | 2 Carpet Tubing Lifts) 


FIRST TO OPEN | LAST TO CLOSE

JFBB takes pride in being the first ski area to open in the state every year.  Here is a list of our opening dates for the past several years.

2006-2007:    JF 12/9/06 | BB 12/5/06

2007-2008:   JF 12/8/07 | BB 11/10/07

2008-2009:   JF 12/13/08 | BB 11/21/08

2009-2010:    JF 12/12/09 | BB 12/6/09

2010-2011:      JF 12/11/10 | BB 11/29/10 (open only this day then reopened 12/3/10 for season)

2011-2012:      JF 12/17/11 |  BB 12/11/11

2012-2013:     JF 12/22/12 | BB 11/28/12

2013-2014:    JF 12/7/13 | BB 11/14/13

2014-2015:     JF 12/12/14 | BB 11/20/14