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Hidden Valley Resort

1 Craighead Drive

Designed by golf course architect Russell Roberts, the public course at Hidden Valley Resort sits atop a near 3,000-foot summit in Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands. The design of the par 72, 6,549-yard 18-hole course captures the beauty of its mountain setting, offering golfers breathtaking vistas and challenging terrain.


Alexander Shyshla

Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018
First time we visit this place, and we loved it! The views are amazing, nice little lake, lot of walking places. Swimming pools, tennis and a lot more to do! We stayed here for four days and enjoyed every moment, even when it was raining. Fresh air nice views and lot to do!

Charleston Iwuagwu

Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018
We stayed a nice, homey little lodge. It had a yon of character, what with billions of vhs tapes, books and Christmas decorations but we loved it just as is. The resort itself had plenty of quiet places to reflect and be at peace in nature.

Jay Barnes

Thursday, May 3, 2018
Great little resort for family fun on snow. It's not huge and it doesn't boast a lot of vertical but it's well laid out and has a nice feel. Prices feel higher than I think they should be but other than that, I don't see much to complain about.

sierra jack

Sunday, April 22, 2018
Hidden Valley is a hidden gem in the laurel highlands. The snow conditions are great and has a perfect beginner slope for anyone just trying out. The prices are reasonable and the staff is friendly and helpful. Perfect spot for a weekend family getaway!

rachel w

Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018
I went to Hidden Valley for a weekend getaway. The room had everything you would need. It snowed pretty heavily when we were there and they were good about shoveling the parking lots and walkways. The included breakfast had a lot of options for food/drink but there was very limited seating so we had to sit in the lobby. They had a shuttle that would pick you up/drop you off when you wanted. The ski lodge was nice and they had friendly staff working at the rental shop and on the ski lift. The hills were nice to ski down. They had a bunch of different courses to choose from for beginners to advanced. We spend 6 hours out there before we got too cold. It was nice to have the all day option. Overall, it was a good experience. I just wish their staff at the restaurants were more attentive since our food/drink orders were messed up multiple times on 2 different occasions.

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