We had the cabin at the top of the mountain and my parents, for some crazy reason, let me go there with my friends when I got my driver’s license.We had a snowmobile and would ski after the lifts closed. Randy ran the snowcat at night and would sometimes give us spoiled owners’ kids a ride. My email is: [email protected] old cabin is still there, btw. I own the property at the top of the hill, over on the other side of the ski run from your old place. I think we took wrong turn on the way to Peek n Peak.
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Ron skied at Youngsville Skiways the first day it opened in the early- to mid-60s, until he left the state in 1969.
Originally Ron says they only had a rope tow, but later added a 3,000-foot T-Bar and opened up the upper part of York Mountain.
“An area in Youngsville Pa (next to Warren) was the ‘Buckaloons’ ski area named after the recreational area in the National Forest there.
It folded in the mid 80’s and they auctioned all of the equipment, which included a chair that went almost to the top and a t-bar that went the rest of the way to the top headwall.
I was doing field service work in Warren, PA just east on Rte 6. One evening I went out to dinner in Yougsville and afterword drove over to watch the “fun” at Buckaloons or it may have still been Peak n’ Mountain at the time.