Driving Directions to Mohawk Mountain

Comprehensive and detailed driving directions so you can spend less time driving and more time skiing at Mohawk Mountain.

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Mohawk Mountain

Walter Schoenknecht, the visionary behind Mount Snow in Vermont, created Mohawk Mountain in the Southern Berkshires, in Cornwall, CT in 1947. This is the oldest and largest ski area in Connecticut, and dubbed "the home of snowmaking." Mohawk has a summit elevation of 1600 feet, 25 trails spread out over 107 acres of skiable terrain and a 650 foot vertical drop. Mohawk provides night skiing on 12 trails and has snowmaking on 95% of all of their terrain. There is dining at the mountain in the base lodge as well as lodging and dining in the town of Cornwall.

By Car:

From Danbury: Take Route 7 North to the intersection of Route 4, right on the Route 4 East for 5 miles and the mountain is on the right.

From New York: Take I 684 North I684 merges to Route 22 North to Route 55 East. Stay on Route 55 East. Follow Route 55 into CT. At the intersection of US 7, turn left on US 7 North to the intersection of Route 4, right on Route 4 East for 5 miles and the mountain is on the right.

From Bridgeport: Take Route 8 North to exit 44 in Torrington, off the exit go straight to the next traffic light past the Burger King. At the light turn left onto Route 4 West, following Route 4 about 12 miles to the mountain.

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