Seven Springs Mountain Resort fosters environmental stewardship in all resort operations and facilities through a carefully planned program of sound resource management and environmental protection. The resort is committed to developing sustainable forward-thinking practices, and promoting personal responsibility in recycling and conserving natural resources.
With the help of the Natural Resources Defense Council, a nationally recognized authority on environmental studies, Seven Springs performed an extensive review of the resort’s energy consumption and operating procedures. Click Here to download our Green Initiatives brochure.
The less water, energy and other resources we use, the more there is to go around. Reward yourself with a Seven Springs Mountain Resort gift card to be used throughout the resort for each night you …
Seven Springs is committed to sustainable forward-thinking practices through recycling and waste reduction. Employees and guests alike are reducing waste through various avenues provided by the …
By replacing numerous light fixtures throughout the resort and adding the SolarBee in Lake Tahoe we are conserving energy resort wide.
In addition to conserving energy, Seven Springs is changing the way we use our most precious resource. Efforts to reduce water usage have saved millions of gallons of water.
Seven Springs is committed to purchasing and using post-consumer paper products and eliminating the use of styrofoam products.
Seven Springs is pleased to support Clean the World, the largest global recycler of hotel amenities.
The National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) has presented Seven Springs Mountain Resort with the 2009 Silver Eagle Award for Excellence in Water Conservation/Water Quality by a ski resort.
In the spring of 2009, Seven Springs Mountain Resort further demonstrated its commitment to protecting and sustaining the beautiful environment that surrounds Pennsylvania’s largest resort.