An exciting winter fun park as well as home to the Hudson Chair which provides access to the rest of Gore's slopes! Ski, snowboard, and tube under the lights throughout the evening. Foodservice is available in Ski Bowl Lodge. Check out our Ski Bowl Party menus and make your next winter outing extra special, or ask about our birthday tubing parties!
Please check back for our winter schedule. We look forward to seeing you in December!
Conveniently located off Rt. 28, just 15 minutes from I-87
North Creek, NY 12853
Telephone: (518) 251-2411
LIFT SERVICE TUBING
$18 for 2 hours, rate applies to all visitors.
Contact us for group rates and available party dates!
Exciting 800 foot chutes, serviced by handle tow lift. Lighting for evening activity. Children must be 36" or taller for lift-serviced tubing.
DAY & TWILIGHT SKIING/SNOWBOARDING
Gore Mountain is celebrating 82 years of skiing at the Historic North Creek Ski Bowl. Ten trails and four glades offer terrain for all abilities, serviced by the Hudson Chair.
At the North Creek Ski Bowl, Gore offers family-friendly skiing/riding on "Village Slopes" (a green-circle rated trail, approx. 150' vertical), as well as our Skier/BoarderX and Half Pipe!
Your Gore Mountain lift ticket now includes same-day access to twilight skiing at the North Creek Ski Bowl! Extend your ski day to include extra fun under the lights serviced by the Village Chair, with no upgrade fees or separate tickets. Have fun with your family at the yurt while enjoying the awesome new snowmaking and welcoming hometown vibe of the Ski Bowl.
Twilight Tickets Valid: 3pm-Closing
$29 (ages 13-69), $19 juniors (ages 7-12)
FREE SHUTTLE SERVICE
Offering friendly and convenient service to Downtown's dining and shopping, The North Creek Ski Bowl, Gore Mountain, and area lodging properties. Continuous service is available on Saturdays, Sundays, and during holiday periods, 8am-5pm.
Conveniently located off Rt. 28, just 15 minutes from I-87. To get from Gore Mountain to the Ski Bowl, head down the access road and make a left onto Peaceful Valley Road, then another left onto Route 28. The tubing park is your first left.