A member of the National Trust Historic Hotels of America and Green Hotel Association, Skytop Lodge sits atop 5500 acres including deciduous and evergreen forests, scrub oak forests, rocky outcroppings, a rhododendron swamp, a glacial bog, and small grassy meadows, which have all been held in conservation since 1928.
Skytop Lodge received the coveted PMVB Green Tourism Achievement Award for our conservation and ecological efforts here at Skytop Lodge! With a history tied to nature, Skytop has always made efforts through awareness and preservation programs, and working with some of the country’s top ecological organizations.
Skytop Lodge is proud to announce that we have joined the global hygiene revolution by partnering up with Clean the World, an organization that helps save lives and preserve our planet by recycling the used bar soap and bottled amenities left behind by guests and distributing them to those in need. Hygienically recycled products are distributed to relief shelters within the United States and to 100 countries around the world. With a history tied to nature, Skytop will continue to make efforts that enrich and strengthen our beautiful natural surroundings for generations to come, all the while helping those less fortunate.