Ski Resorts in Maryland

Maryland is home to just one ski resort: Wisp Resort. Sitting in the Western Maryland Mountains, Wisp is a small four-season resort.   

Pros

  • Good natural snowfall and snowmaking 
  • Wisp offers a decent selection of trails

Cons

Getting there

  • Fly into Pittsburgh International Airport, Pennsylvania. It’s the closest large airport to the resort. Alternatively, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is another large airport serving Washington DC.
  • Best way to resorts from Pittsburgh International and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airports is by hiring a car and driving. The journey from Pittsburgh International and the city of Pittsburgh takes 2 hours and 3 hours from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Washington DC.

The only resort in Maryland, Wisp is one of the best places to ski near Washington and offers a good amount of natural snowfall as well as snowmaking. While the resort offers an even mix of beginner, intermediate and advanced trails amongst its 34 runs and 172 ac, the mountain feels mostly geared towards beginners. There are also plenty of off-slope activities in nearby Deep Creek Lake including dog-sledding, snowmobiling, sleigh rides, ice skating, cross-country skiing, tubing and much more.

Ski resorts in

Maryland

Wisp Resort
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