Snow Report for Thursday, May 7
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We hope you are staying safe and healthy, and we can't wait to welcome you back soon.  Although Gore is presently closed to the public, we look forward to posting information about our schedule and activities as it becomes available.  2020-2021 season passes are on sale- there are no price increases over last year, plus our free financing plan is available when you purchase on or before August 12.  If you are renewing your pass, use our online "WTP Reloads" feature to conveniently retain your same SKI3 Card.

Special Notes

In the interest of everyone's health, we are asking for no visitors to the mountain at this time.  We understand that some of you have personal equipment stored in rental lockers, and we’re working on a procedure that will allow you to safely collect your belongings.  This procedure and other updates will be posted here as they become available.  We appreciate everyone's help and cooperation in being part of the solution during these trying times, and we look forward to getting back to the activities we all love soon.

Environment

Gore is an industry leader in sustainability efforts- learn more about this important topic!

Gore Mountain is a leader of environmental conservation efforts in the ski industry and within our local community.

We are committed to preserving the winter that we love for our future generations and strive to operate harmoniously with the environment. We work closely with the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and other environmental organizations to analyze our operations and seek alternative ways to save resources, reduce waste, and educate our customers.

Gore's Commitment to Solar and Sustainability

We're turning sunlight into snow! Gore Mountain is home to a 25-year solar energy project, the largest solar array dedicated to a ski area in the United States. In 2016, 14,589 ground-mounted solar panels were constructed on 20 acres; those panels are offsetting approximately 85% of our mountain's energy use annually. Gore is actively decreasing energy use and continuing a long-term investment in high-efficiency snowmaking. The solar array saved nearly $124,000 in one year and the new, efficient snow guns saved 860,000 kWh of energy translating to a reduction of 946,000 pounds of carbon dioxide. These projects make Gore an industry model for its reduction of kilowatt-hours used and offsets of CO2. The ski area is also expanding recycling, creatively repurposing buildings and materials, offering locally produced foods, and offsetting energy use through strategic trail modifications. More than 250,000 visitors come to Gore Mountain each year.

Electric Car Charging Stations

Charge your car as you re-charge on the mountain. We're offering six ChargePoint stations located in Lot C. Thanks to drivers of electric cars for your commitment to renewable energy and environmental sustainability!

In support of Governor Cuomo's Clean Energy Standard, which requires that 50% of the State’s electricity come from renewable energy sources by 2030, Gore Mountain is proud to have been one of the first Eastern-based ski resorts to partner with The Climate Reality Project I AM PRO SNOW 100% Committed campaign.

We've been recognized consistently as a leader in environmental stewardship!

Gore Mountain was most recently presented with the esteemed DEC's Environmental Excellence Award, recognized by New York State as a leader in innovation and sustainability.

Presented by SKI Magazine, the "Golden Eagle" is the industry's most prestigious award for sustainability, and Gore's broad range of environmental stewardship across several areas of its operation was integral to its 2016 win. At the same time, Gore Mountain successfully demonstrated that a growing resort (its acreage and uphill capacity have increased 131 percent and 142 percent respectively over the last 20 years) can simultaneously be sustainable.

Since 2000, Gore has won three "Silver Eagle" awards, which are competitive environmental excellence awards in regard to a specific discipline. They were for Excellence in Environmental Group Relations, Excellence in Environmental Education, and Excellence in Minimization of Visual Impact. Gore was also a finalist for winning a Silver Eagle for Waste Reduction & Recycling.

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A chairlift on top of a ski mountain in the spring, a scenic view in the distance
Recent Photo
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