Snow Report for Tuesday, February 9
Number of Trails: 34
Number of Lifts: 7
Lifts Open: 8:30am-4pm
What's Happening

Enjoy an amazing variety of open terrain spread across 3 different peaks!  Experts, check out a nice list of summit steeps open, while intermediates find long stretches of cruising on the North and East Sides, as well as Burnt Ridge Mountain!  Look for snowmakers working away on Sunway, Foxlair, Twister, and Showcase!  Four freestyle areas are open offering 19 different features- have fun!  Need to tune up your turns?  Early bird 1-hour private lessons for all abilities are out the door at 8:30am daily for just $75- call ahead or ask about reserving your instructor at the Snow Sports Desk.  Remember you can save any day you visit us with a frequent skier card or e-ticket!  Safety reminder: Program our daytime emergency number into your phone so you can quickly get assistance if you need it: (518) 251-3838.

Special Notes

Planning your President's Week vacation?  Check out our Gore Holiday Your Way packages and area places to dine.  Our Holiday Camps for Kids earn rave reviews with families- sign up now for 2-days over Presidents' Weekend, or 3-days Tuesday through Thursday. These camps include lift, lessons, supervision, lunch & cocoa starting at just $228!

Tuesday's lunch special is a sausage, pepper, & onions for $8- remember passholders, you get 20% off the daily special as well as several other value-added perks!  We are excited to be hosting high school Nordic events at the Ski Bowl this week including High School Sectionals on Wednesday and Kingston's Section 9 Race on Thursday!  Spectators are welcome to take in the racing action starting at 2:30pm each day, and check out training in progress there today.  We have a great forecast ahead of us to do our work- keep your equipment tuned and think snow, because we have lots of winter days ahead of us!

Mountain Improvements

We keep making every snow day better than the last!

  NEW THIS WINTER!

Three More Trails to explore!  Forever Wild is a dynamic trail named after the Adirondack Park's forest preserve and offers skiers and riders a combination of natural freestyle elements within a glade!  It is located between Showcase and Wild AirHudson at the North Creek Ski Bowl has been refined into a long narrow black diamond trail that follows the original route of the area's earliest ski pioneers.  A connector called The Peace Pipe provides a shortcut from the North Side of Gore to Pipeline Traverse.

A Better North Creek Ski Bowl- NEW snowmaking will benefit the entire Ski Bowl experience, especially the 46ER and Hudson trails.  We built new earthen features into the Boardercross course, and have extended all lift tickets to include same-day access to twilight skiing/riding! 

MORE GORE, More New Tower Guns!  Yet another fresh fleet of high-efficiency towers have primarily been placed along Showcase and Wild Air, allowing existing guns to be utilized in other areas.  These guns require significantly less air than the more traditional ground guns, offsetting energy use. 

The Lodges Got Some Love - The Guest Services Office has been moved to the entrance of Gore Mountain, making it easier to quickly locate assistance. The daycare has relocated to the Lower Level of the Base Lodge, offering a quiet, secure location with nice views of the family-friendly J-bar. Complimentary wireless internet and new flooring in the base lodge create a hospitable environment for guests when they are not the slopes.

New Trail Map- The trail map is being redesigned to more clearly depict the varied and multi-mountain experience Gore offers.  

Straight Brook Trail Work- We've done some massive earth-moving to smooth out the lower portion of the Headwaters trail.  This will mean less snowmaking required to get the summit open, and a much improved experience there during spring skiing.  We also regraded the loading area of the Straightbrook Quad, greatly improving the transition from Bear Mountain terrain to where you get on the lift. 

Environmental Advances- Breaking News 7/28/15:  Solar Energy Initiative Press Release
We are also converting some of our snowmaking pumps to operate on variable drives, furthering our snowmaking efficiencies. 

OTHER RECENT WORK

ADIRONDACK EXPRESS II-  In Summer 2014, we replaced the oldest high-speed lift in North America (The Adirondack Express) with a new high-speed quad.  The new lift offers guests a smooth, fast, and reliable ride, with comfortable padded chairs- enjoy! After unloading from the Adirondack Express II, access terrain on Gore, Bear, Burnt Ridge, and Little Gore Mountains. Connector trails to facilitate getting around Gore Mountain's vast four-peak network of development will continue to be added.

TRIUMPH ON TOPRIDGE! 22 new permanent, high-efficiency tower guns were added to our big and beautiful Topridge trail!  New snowmaking was also placed around the Pipeline Bridge to further improve our Interconnect with the Historic North Creek Ski Bowl.

TRAIL WORK- Gore introduced four new glades in 2014/2015! Abenaki Glades, which connect Sagamore on Burnt Ridge Mountain to the Pipeline Traverse; The Narrows, which offer skiers a lively alternative to the Headwaters trail; Birch Bark Alley, which links the Lower Cloud Traverse to the Woodchuck trail and The High Peaks Chair; and MacIntyre Glades, which is loaded with balsams and connects Cloud to Upper Steilhang. Echo, our signature trail on Burnt Ridge Mountain that recently received FIS and USSA race certifications, has been widened up to 20 feet in some areas. Significant regrading on Showcase and Foxlair allows for both of those intermediate trails to open faster and more efficiently.

BETTER FOR BEGINNERS- The new Parallel from the Start learning program provides a highly specialized rental and lesson experience for first-time skiers ages 13+.  The unloading area and base station of the Sunway Chair were rebuilt.  Meanwhile, recent and extensive renovations to the children's learning experience included the installation of the new 150' Greenway Conveyor.  Similar to moving walkways at airports, conveyors transport beginner skiers and riders uphill safely and easily.  Gore Mountain offers two conveyors during peak times, the Greenway Conveyor and the Snow Train.

CORDUROY CAFE-  To the left of the Tannery Pub entrance, we built a new service area for specialty coffee drinks and morning snacks to start your ski day, as well as wind-down beverages and small menu to end it!

TANNERY DECK  Our new deck off the recently renovated Tannery Pub & Restaurant seats 108 people with slopeside views! This serves as a popular gathering place for enjoying food, drink, and live entertainment outdoors year-round.


NINE SIDES OF FOUR MOUNTAINS   
Gore offers the most terrain in NYS and 2537’ vertical.  We are committed to improvements that always make our 41 miles and 444+ acres of fun a better experience.  Here’s a small sample of what you’ll find at Gore:

  • An 8-passenger high-speed gondola, servicing every level of terrain, including the easier-rated “Ruby Run” Trail
  • Seven individual mountain areas, each independently offering their own mountain adventure
  • The Northwoods Lodge, a newly built Base Area facility that conveniently centralizes rentals, ticketing, children's programs, Guest Services, and group sales
  • A snowmaking system linked to the endless water supply of the Hudson River
  • Seven freestyle areas, offering unique experiences for the beginner, intermediate, and expert freestyler
  • 27 different glades providing extensive backcountry excitement
  • A Base Lodge with over 7,500 square feet of recently renovated space
  • ”The Rumor,” arguably the steepest trail in the East
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Gore is always making your next day better. We work all year to improve amenities, enhance services, and add to your experience both on and off the snow. Here's how it's done!

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Welcome to Gore Mountain in North Creek, New York’s family-friendly ski resort offering four peaks of alpine terrain, affordable ski and stay packages, and exciting events year-round.

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793 Peaceful Valley Road, North Creek, NY 12853 • Snow Phone: (518) 251-5026 • Phone: (518) 251-2411