Skiing in the Adirondacks

Skiing in the Adirondacks

Let’s start by getting the winter cliches out of the way — yes, the Adirondacks is a winter wonderland and you’ll find plenty to cozy up to here, but you’ll also find all of the snow-covered excitement you can handle! This is mountain country, so a lot of visitors bundle up and hit the slopes. The only tough part is picking the right mountain. The greatest vertical drop in the East awaits at Whiteface Mountain, families flock to Titus Mountain in Malone, Mount Pisgah in Saranac Lake, Big Tupper in Tupper Lake, and Oak Mountain in Speculator, while visitors to Gore Mountain love the variety there. 

                                                                                                                                  

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  • Gore Mountain and West Mountain Keep Getting Better Progress on the peaks - Improvements at Gore Mountain and West MountainRead More
  • Insider's Guide To Whiteface MountainWhiteface Mountain is big. The summit is 4,867 feet in elevation, and there are 87 trails — totalling over 22 miles — to choose from. So what are you looking for?Read More
  • Hitting the Slopes at Oak MountainI have lived in the Adirondacks my entire life. I've grown up experiencing all that the mountains have to offer, and I have to say, one of my favorite places to go as a kid (and now!) is Oak Mountain.Read More
  • Gore for Your Next GetawayMy usual stomping grounds are farther north but after visiting Gore Mountain for the first time last season, I was excited to do some more exploring.Read More
  • What Does "Family Friendly" Skiing Mean?When it comes to a day on the slopes with the kids, Titus Mountain Family Ski Center in Malone, NY is our go to place. Last season, Titus Mountain was ranked #1 Family-Friendly Ski Area in North America by Liftopia. Read More
  • Mt. Pisgah: Local and Loved Ski HillLike many Adirondack towns, Saranac Lake has a hometown ski hill. Here is where local children have learned to ski for generationsRead More
  • Skinning Up WhitefaceThe more early mornings I spend skinning up Whiteface or earning turns in the backcountry, the more I believe that the best descents don’t include a lift.Read More