Roundtop Night Tracker Program


The Night Tracker Program is valid January 2, 2020, through the end of the 2019/2020 winter season, including holidays.

HOURS OF AVAILABILITY - Night Tracker participants are invited to ski or ride from 4 pm until close Monday through Saturday, and from 3 pm to close on Sunday.


NEW Night Tracker Program Options:  Pricing valid through 12-15-19 after which time there will be an increase of $25 per option.

Lift Ticket Only                                           $190

Lift Ticket & Lesson                                   $235

Lift Ticket, Lessons & Rental                   $280

Below you will see the login and password you must use to get the group/club pricing.

Roundtop is ready, and accepting online purchases of the Night Tracker Card.

You MUST use the Ski Tunes Log-in and Password when purchasing your club card through Roundtop.

Our club name is RT(space)SKITUNE (all caps) and Password: SkiTunes

Ski Tunes Club Login Club Name: RT SKITUNE Password SkiTunes

IMPORTANT: Name & Password are case sensitive

Frequently asked questions:

Can I use my picture from last year? Unfortunately, everyone needs a new picture this season. Since the signup software is new, everyone will need to create a new file with Roundtop this year.

How do I purchase a card with rentals? On the initial screen, you select the lift/lesson card. You'll then be asked if you'd like to add rentals.

How will I get my card? Once you submit a picture and complete the online waiver, your card will be mailed out. If you don't submit the picture or complete the waiver during the initial purchase, the confirmation email you receive will have instructions.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to call 717-684-6949 during Ski Tunes hours:              M-W-F 5PM to 9PM and Saturdays before Christmas 10AM to 4PM.  After Christmas our Saturday hours are 1PM to 5PM so our employees can ski the morning at Roundtop.

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