Enter to win lift tickets to the Adirondack Alpine 7
From the greatest vertical drop in the East to family-friendly tubing, the Adirondack Alpine Seven offer a variety of terrain and unique experiences for skiers and riders. Follow the trail to all seven mountains this winter and you'll discover challenging terrain parks, glades, tubing hills, and plenty of amenities for refueling between runs.
Drawings will be every Thursday starting November 15 through February 14 for passes to participating mountains. The 'mega pass' drawing will be March 15, which will contain two passes to each mountain!
Congratulations to all of our #SkiADK pass winners:
Jason from Ohio won passes to Whiteface Mountain
Robin from New York won passes to Oak Mountain
Jennifer from New York won passes to McCauley Mountain
Lisa from New York won passes to Titus Mountain Family Ski Center
Gore Mountain Ski Resort
Gore Mountain is a hidden jewel for skiers and snowboarders that’s located just 25 scenic minutes from I-87. Home to the most skiable terrain and largest lift system in New York state, its four summits and 2,537 foot vertical drop are sure to satisfy your snow cravings. Serviced by 110 trails and 14 lifts including a high-speed gondola, you’ll never stop exploring! New additions this year include a major overhaul to the snowmaking system which features 312 new automated guns, an increase of 2,000 gallons per minute in water pumping capacity, and a new pump house. Guests should also look for a two-story addition to the Base Lodge which has doubled the size of Gore’s tavern/restaurant. Voted a Top 10 resort in the East by readers of Ski Magazine for lifts, scenery, value, terrain variety, and access, this sprawling ski area gives visitors a reason to always want "more Gore."
It's not how much mountain is needed for fun. At McCauley Mountain, it’s how much fun can be packed into a mountain. It's 633-foot vertical drop contains all the skiing of resorts three times its size. McCauley, known as New York’s Best Family Mountain,has it all: cruisers, steep bumps, double-black diamond challenges, and glades for everyone including beginners. It features 21 slopes and trails up to a mile long, 15 kilometers of groomed cross country trails, and a chalet with a grill room, lounge, and full service ski shop. As a bonus, McCauley offers easier trails from the summit, where the views extend to Whiteface and Mt. Marcy in the Adirondacks High Peaks Region. This is "big mountain" skiing in a small package, without the long lines and high prices. McCauley, the home mountain of three Olympic skiers, shares a rich skiing tradition with Old Forge, which hosted ski trains in the 1930s. It remains the main Adirondack entry point for Central and Western New York, as well as the Southern Tier, Pennsylvania, and points west. Average annual snowfall is 280 inches. Accessible and affordable, McCauley Mountain is waiting to host your Adirondack ski adventure.
Mount Pisgah Recreation Center
A classic small town mountain! Explore more than 100 acres of trail for everything from downhill skiing to tubing at Mt. Pisgah. The mountain's T-bar lift offers a great opportunity for beginners to get off wherever they want, and for more experienced skiers and boarders to ride to the top of the slope. Take advantage of the base lodge to grab a snack and warm up around the large stone fireplace!
Oak Mountain Ski Center
Oak Mountain is a three-season ski resort in the southern Adirondacks, an easy drive from Albany, Utica, or Lake George. There is terrain to suit everyone's needs at an affordable rate! Learn at the outstanding ski and snowboard school, or head right out on the 22 trails, which are serviced by a quad chairlift and two T-bars. You’ll also find 22 park features, four lanes of snow tubing, miles of snowshoeing trails, and accessibility by snowmobile. Hungry? Oak Mountain is home of the Acorn Pub & Eatery, which is run by executive chef Lou Petrozza, a finalist on chef Gordon Ramsey’s popular TV show "Hell's Kitchen.” Everyone is sure to create long lasting memories and have a great time at Oak Mountain!
Titus Mountain Ski Area
Voted #1 Family Friendly Ski Resort in North America for the 2017-2018 ski season, Titus Mountain is a locally owned and operated family ski center nestled in the foothills of the Adirondacks. With 50 trails, glades, and parks, there are all types of terrain options to keep all levels of skiers happy. Titus Mountain also offers night skiing, tubing, monthly events, Open Mic Nights, and a leading Snow Sports School. On mountain services include 3 dining area, ski rentals and repairs, and an on-mountain ski store.
With stunning views of the Hudson River and the Adirondacks, West Mountain has been the perfect setting for your families’ winter outing for over 50 years. Currently there are over 30 trails and over 126 acres, ranging from easy, gentle learning slopes to challenging, expert terrain. West Mountain is conveniently located only 3 miles off I87’s Exit 18, 40 minutes north of Albany, NY. Enjoy skiing (day and night), tubing, lessons, alpine and freeski and snowboard teams, awesome terrain parks, and a fantastic restaurant and bar! Our West Mountain Sports shop offers quality rentals, ski and snowboard tuning/DIN adjusting and retail items.
Whiteface Mountain Ski Center
Ski Whiteface Mountain, the fifth highest peak in the Adirondacks! The mountain boasts a vertical drop of 3,430 feet — the greatest of any ski area in the east — and offers 300 skiable acres and 86 trails serviced by 11 high-speed lifts. The trails are home to a variety of beginner-to-expert terrain for skiers and riders of all abilities. Be sure to check out the terrain park and its 53 acres of tree skiing, and if you’re up for a challenge check out The Slides, which have 35 acres of in-bounds, off-piste, double black diamond wilderness terrain skiing that are only open when conditions permit.
Enter to win
Sign up below to enter weekly giveaways starting November 15 featuring a pair of tickets to one of the above mountains for the 2018/19 ski season. You will also be entered to win a 'mega pass' with 2 tickets to every mountain good for the 2019/20 ski season, to be drawn March 15, 2019.
Winners must be 18 or older at the time of acceptance and taxes on any winnings are the responsibility of the winner. None of the package features are redeemable for cash nor can they be combined with other offers, specials or discounts. Taxes, gratuity and alcohol are not included. Lodging and other restrictions may apply. Prizes must be redeemed within one year of the issued date. Residents of Essex, Franklin, and Hamilton counties, NY, or employees of the Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism/Lake Placid CVB are not eligible.
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