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Downhill Skiing in the Adirondacks

Hudson Valley | Catskills | Adirondacks | Just Outside NY

The Adirondack Mountains are alive in the winter! Discover world-class facilities, family-owned and operated mountain resorts, and mountain resorts offering amenities for the entire family. Enjoy fantastic conditions and a close proximity to Albany. Depending on which mountain you choose, the drive is 45 mintues to 2.5 hours from Albany.

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Adirondack Skiing Resorts

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Gore Mountain
North Creek, NY
Gore Mountain is a premier family ski resort in upstate New York, nestled in the Adirondack Mountains with 110 trails (2,537 vertical ft), 14 lifts, and six on-mountain dining options!
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McCauley Mountain Ski Area
Old Forge, NY
McCauley Mt. is BIG skiing in a small package. Challenge enough to spawn two Olympic skiers, yet friendly enough to be "New York's Best Family Mountain." Featuring easier trails from the summit, as well as steep bumps to feed skiers and snowboarders.
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West Mountain Ski Area
Queensbury, NY
Go West this winter! Conveniently located just 3 miles off I-87's Exit 18, West Mountain Ski Area is NY State's premier destination for outdoor and family-friendly winter fun, including downhill skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing.
Royal Mountain
Caroga Lake, NY
Check out Royal Mountain Ski Area in Caroga Lake, just over an hour away from Albany for skiing and more winter fun.
Whiteface Mountain
Wilmington, NY
Whiteface Mountain in Wilmington is the Lake Placid Region's premier site for downhill skiing and snowboarding. Whiteface has the greatest vertical of any lift-serviced mountain in the Northeast, and it offers multiple groomed trails.
Hickory Ski Center
Warrensburg, NY
Hickory Ski Center offers skiers and snowboarders the exciting thrills of an untouched mountain along with family friendly trails for everyone!
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