Do you enjoy skiing and want to get away in the winter? Visit the Adirondacks Mountains in upper New York State and stay at one of the many ski resorts in the area. Not sure which ski resort to choose? No problem. We’ve put together a list of five amazing and popular ski resorts in the Adirondacks that are sure to please.
Whiteface Mountain in Wilmington, NY
Commonly known as the home of the greatest vertical drop east of the Rockies (3,430 feet), and known as the Olympic Mountain, Whiteface Mountain in Wilmington boasts 90 trails serviced by twelve lifts. This large alpine ski resort is open from November through early spring and is considered one of the premier resorts of the northeast and just a short drive from Lake Placid.
Gore Mountain in North Creek, NY
Are you looking for a family-friendly place to ski with various terrain and activities? Gore Mountain in North Creek offers 121 trails to explore, including 110 alpine and 11 Nordic/snowshoe loops. This large alpine ski resort offers expert-only, ample intermediate, and acres of beginner terrain. Its biggest vertical drop is 2,537 feet, and its longest run is over four miles.
Titus Mountain in Malone, NY
This large alpine ski resort stretches across three mountains. Titus Mountain in Malone offers 50 trails and glades, three terrain parks, and eight lifts. An excellent choice for those looking to practice their racing skills as these trails cater to all levels of skiers and riders. Want to go skiing and snow tubing at night? Enjoy that at Titus Mountain as well!
West Mountain in Glens Falls, NY
Nestled near the Lake George Area, West Mountain in Glen Falls is a large alpine ski resort with a “home-mountain” feel. Enjoy night skiing, tubing, various lodging packages, plus 1,010 feet of vertical. Spanning over 124 acres are 31 skiing trails for everyone at all levels.
Oak Mountain in Speculator, NY
In the center of the Adirondack Park in Hamilton Country, Oak Mountain in Speculator offers family-friendly skiing and riding on beginner to intermediate terrain. Although a smaller-sized alpine ski resort, there are plenty of ski trails for everyone to enjoy – a popular choice for a family getaway!
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