Ski and snowboard Gore Mountain
A hidden jewel for skiers and snowboarders alike. 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. Voted a Top 10 resort in the East by readers of Ski Magazine for lifts, scenery, value, terrain variety, and access.
Only 20 minutes to Gore Mountain, downhill skiing in the Adirondack Hub is some of the best available in the Adirondacks. Gore Mountain features diverse terrain, multiple lifts, glade skiing, and beginner to expert trails. Gore Mountain also offers an excellent Snow Sports School with lessons for everyone, children through adults, and onsite quality childcare at the mountain is also provided. After a fun day skiing and snowboarding at Gore, head back to one of our quaint towns for a quality après ski evening at our local restaurants, many offering specials for skiers and riders alike. With the Learn to Ski or Ride Passport program and the Kids Ski or Ride Free Passport program, kids in 3rd and 4th grade get a lift ticket, lesson, and equipment rental for a $27 processing fee at over 20 participating ski areas, including Gore.
- 110 trails
- 14 lifts
- 2,537 vertical feet
- Home to the most skiable acreage in New York state
- 6 on-mountain dining sites
Ski and snow tube free in Schroon!
Right in the village of Schroon you will also find the Schroon Lake Ski Center, ideal for beginners—and it's FREE! The hills are located on the Schroon Lake Municipal Golf Course, which is a great place to take the family snow tubing and sledding. Plus, from the top of the hills, you'll get a great view of Schroon Lake before you make your descent.
Whether you make first tracks or are the last one down at the end of the day, the skiing and riding in the Adirondack Hub is a blissful and often exhilarating winter escape.