Snow Report for Friday, January 24
Trails Planned Open: 52
Percentage of Terrain Open: 76%
Lifts Planned Open: 10
Lifts Open: 8:30am-4pm (Village Chair 3-8pm)
What's Happening
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It's Take Your Kids To Gore Week, so kids 19 & under ski or ride free with a full-paid parent!  We're looking at a pleasant day in store with comfortable temps and fantastic views!  Snowmakers are currently lighting up Echo and The Arena, and they were most recently pummeling Lower Sleighride, Wild Air, and Pot Luck with fresh goods.  Groomers are leaving morning corduroy on those trails, for family fun and smooth cruising all around the mountain.  Be sure to register in advance for our Women Only Clinics this weekend-  lift tickets are included in these value-packed programs for skiers and snowboarders of all abilities along with loads of time on snow with our best lady instructors, breakfast & lunch, and a wine & cheese party to celebrate your day.  Choose from the full weekend (2-day) and Saturday only, or if you already have a ticket opt to join us only for the Saturday morning lesson.  

Special Notes

Planning ahead for a great place to stay while you hit up the slopes?  Cash in on a third day of skiing and night of lodging for free when you book an I Love NY Bonus Weekend package- this amazing 3-for-2 deal is only available February 1-2 and March 7-8!  Friday's food court lunch special is a haddock fish fry with fries for $12- passholders save 20% off the daily lunch special as part of your long list of perks!  Safety reminder: Riding the lift with kids?  Load so the smallest one is located between you and the lift attendant.  Slide on into the Ski Bowl for a little extra fun and fitness during the evening- our Nordic Center is open daily until 8pm and the Village Chair is also spinning until 8pm today through Sunday for downhill fun!

Live Music in the Tannery

Music in the Tannery

Tannery Pub & Restaurant - Live Music Schedule

Join us for apres-ski fun!

3-6pm on Saturdays, 2-5pm all other days unless otherwise indicated.

Saturday, Jan. 25: Steve & Kenny - This local duo knows how to entertain a crowd with an exciting mix of originals and classic songs.

Sunday, Jan. 26: Rich Ortiz - Drawing in the audience with his combination of guitar, foot pedal bass, harmonica and loops, his performance style is calming and captivating. His multitasking musicianship delivers an intriguing musical performance unlike any other.

Saturday, Feb. 1: Brian LaPoint - Offers a revolving line up of music with an awesome voice and great guitar playing.

Saturday, Feb. 8: Steve & Kenny  - This local duo knows how to entertain a crowd with an exciting mix of originals and classic songs.

Sunday, Feb. 9: Erin Powers - She's a talented singer/songwriter who focuses on the American folk genres as well as alternative hits.

*Saturday, Feb. 15 (4-7pm): Radio JunkiesThis group is a unique mix of acoustic guitar, bass, and percussion that will offer an intriguing performance of great songs you'll surely recognize.

Sunday, Feb. 16: Jay YagerHis solo act consists of a well-known setlist, with musical stylings ranging from classic rock, blues, alternative, and more.

Saturday, Feb. 22: Steve & Kenny  - This local duo knows how to entertain a crowd with an exciting mix of originals and classic songs.

Sunday, Feb. 23: Mitch Frasier - This solo artist performs a great list of classic rock, country, and more from artists you're sure to recognize such as the Allman Brothers, Tom Petty, and Neil Young.

Saturday, Feb. 29: James Hood His musical style could best be described as acoustic-friendly rock and country, leaning heavily on great singer-songwriters like Neil Young, James Taylor, Johnny Cash, and Willie Nelson, as well as newer artists.

Sunday, Mar. 1: Jay YagerHis solo act consists of a well-known setlist, with musical stylings ranging from classic rock, blues, alternative, and more.

Saturday, Mar. 7: John StackOffering a fun lineup of hits, his solo act is an intriguing program that focuses on a mixture of genres sure to please any audience.

Sunday, Mar. 8: Rich OrtizDrawing in the audience with his combination of guitar, foot pedal bass, harmonica and loops, his performance style is calming and captivating. His multitasking musicianship delivers an intriguing musical performance unlike any other.

Saturday, Mar. 14: Steve & Kenny - This local duo knows how to entertain a crowd with an exciting mix of originals and classic songs.

Sunday, Mar. 15: Erin PowersShe's a talented singer/songwriter who focuses on the American folk genres as well as alternative hits.

Saturday, Mar. 21: Rich OrtizDrawing in the audience with his combination of guitar, foot pedal bass, harmonica and loops, his performance style is calming and captivating. His multitasking musicianship delivers an intriguing musical performance unlike any other.

Sunday, Mar. 22: Brandon LaRoccaThis singer/songwriter performs an assortment of folk and classic rock covers, with original music in the mix as well.

A band playing in the Tannery- guests are sitting and eating, a modern wooden wall is behind them
Relax in our Beautiful New Tannery!

The newly added Tannery space can seat up to 350 people and offers year-round facilities for banquets, weddings, and conferences.  Check out our spacious deck off the Tannery- enjoy slopeside views with seating for 108. Indulge in homemade items from our full-service menu and an outstanding drink and beer selection!

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