Snow Report for Thursday, February 27
Trails Planned Open: 52
Percentage of Terrain Open: 65%
Lifts Planned Open: 7
Lifts Open: 8:30am-4pm
What's Happening
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We are expecting the snow and mixed precipitation to stay with us throughout Thursday as more winter-like makes a welcome return- look for conditions tightening throughout the day as the temperatures drop and the winds pick up.  The snow coverage is excellent and groomers have laid out the goods on miles of terrain from summit to Saddle to Village Slopes!   You can keep your turns going right through 8pm under the lights at the North Creek Ski Bowl.  On Saturday, plan on joining us for our Leap Day Scavenger Hunt- you can earn stickers throughout the mountain and get your card validated for a chance to win a new pair of skis!  Check our e-ticket deals online to reload your SKI3 Card online in advance for direct-to-lift access, or plan to get your SKI3 Card at the mountain if you're joining us for the first time this season. 

Special Notes

Master the Mountain in this weekend's adult clinics for intermediate and advanced skiers and riders- choose from Saturday morning, all day Saturday, or two-day options to match best with your schedule. Tickets & meals included with all-day programs!  Telemark skiers can check out 90-minute clinics and join or watch the US Telemark races happening both days this weekend!  Thursday's food court lunch special is a garlic florentine Calzone for $9.50 - passholders save 20% off the daily lunch special as part of your long list of perksSafety reminder:  Plan ahead- if you're not familiar with the terrain, start with easier-rated trails and work your way up.  Be sure to visit our nordic trails at the Ski Bowl, access is included with all season passes and downhill lift tickets.  Season passes for 20/21 go on sale Wednesday, March 4- we'll have more details about them on the website Monday!

Gore Mountain's New Logo

While you check out our updated logo, discover some of the hidden stories told within the new mark!

Gore Mountain's New Logo Presents a Refreshed Look, While Telling a Few Interesting Stories

NORTH CREEK, NY- Gore Mountain has unveiled a new logo, and in doing so has integrated several touches to the artwork that reflect its identity and guest experience.  The logo is a clean, updated articulation of Gore that embodies an exciting day on the mountain, while not forgetting the cherished history that the resort has been built upon.

The Gore Range comprises four unique mountains of development- Gore, Bear, Burnt Ridge, and Little Gore.  The mountains together make up the largest amount of skiable terrain in New York State, and the new logo features these four different peaks.  The triangular shape represents the downhill nature of skiing, while the layers of the mark help represent Gore's varied trail layout and numerous options for adventure.

The logo is a sideways "G," referencing Gore's interesting name.  A "gore" is a surveyor's term indicating an area of unmapped terrain.  When the earliest Adirondack maps were drawn, Gore's true summit could not be clearly identified, as according to colonial surveyor Verplanck Colvin, "the highest point always seemed to disappear in the intricate group of peaks of which the mountain was composed."  The rugged, mountainous area was simply labeled as "The Gore," and the name stuck.

The design of the updated mark extends acknowledgment to the mountain scene within the previous logo.  Recalling history is an important tenet of Gore Mountain, as North Creek is home to one of the first commercial ski areas and ski patrols in the United States.  The earlier logo identified Gore during landmark achievements such as the installation of the Northwoods Gondola, the introduction of the Topridge & Burnt Ridge Areas, and the completion of the Interconnect with the Historic North Creek Ski Bowl.

A snow cap in the upper portion creatively speaks to Gore Mountain's place within the Olympic Regional Development Authority (ORDA), which is a New York State entity that manages Gore, Whiteface, and Belleayre Mountains, and the Lake Placid Olympic venues.  Several of Gore Mountain's season passes and ticketing products are valid at ORDA's three ski areas, adding value and variety to a New York winter vacation.  The Olympics were integral to Gore's history, as the famous ski trains that shaped the early development of Gore Mountain were inspired by organizer Vincent Schaefer's trip to the 1932 Lake Placid Winter Games.

The updated logo is symbolic of Gore Mountain's exciting pace of new improvements, the most recent of which include its commitment to the largest solar array dedicated to a ski resort in the country, the renovation of four different lodges, and a complete overhaul of the snowmaking system.  This season, Gore will introduce new RFID direct-to-lift gates and a competition-level freestyle cross course.

Overit Media, an agency located in Albany NY, created the logo in partnership with Gore Mountain.  Resortwear from Stormtech featuring the new logo is available for sale at

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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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