There are 2 ways to get from Manhattan to Camelback Mountain Resort by bus or car
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The cheapest way to get from Manhattan to Camelback Mountain Resort is to drive which costs $9 - $14 and takes 1 h 44 min.
The quickest way to get from Manhattan to Camelback Mountain Resort is to drive which costs $9 - $14 and takes 1 h 44 min.
The distance between Manhattan and Camelback Mountain Resort is 75 miles. The road distance is 95.3 miles.
The best way to get from Manhattan to Camelback Mountain Resort without a car is to bus which takes 2 h 16 min and costs $70 - $100.
It takes approximately 2 h 16 min to get from Manhattan to Camelback Mountain Resort, including transfers.
Yes, the driving distance between Manhattan to Camelback Mountain Resort is 95 miles. It takes approximately 1 h 44 min to drive from Manhattan to Camelback Mountain Resort.
There are 119+ hotels available in Camelback Mountain Resort. Prices start at $79 USD per night.
What companies run services between Manhattan, NY, USA and Camelback Mountain Resort, PA, USA?
Martz Trailways operates a bus from Manhattan to Camelback Mountain Resort hourly. Tickets cost $30 - $45 and the journey takes 2 h.
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