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by: A F - 15th February 2021

  • 4
  • 5Beginner
  • 4Intermediate
  • 3Expert
  • 2All-Mtn. Terrain
  • 5Family Friendly
  • 2Aprés Ski
  • 3Terrain Park
  • 3Overall Value
Lots of beginner and intermediate terrain
Limited restaurants

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This is our local weekend mountain and our favorite of the smaller mountains within 3 hours of NYC. Less hectic than Hunter with a good variety of terrain. Very family oriented so if you have small kids that are learning to ski this is a great place to spend a weekend (or if you're a novice adult this mountain is a great place to learn and improve). Have had friends rent gear with no complaints. Only downside is the high-speed chair sometimes gets super busy, if you stick to the side chairs you can have quicker runs and alternate between either side of the mountain. Many of the blue/blacks we've found to be icy, but the straight blues have been a dream and there's enough blacks/double blacks to keep it interesting for more advanced skiers. Wouldn't recommend for a weekend if you're only looking for difficult terrain, you will get bored quickly. If you're out for the day with your less experienced friends/fam, you can do multiple routes down the mountain with lots of spots to meet up so everyone gets a good run in. Lunch time gets busy, especially with current COVID measures in place so would recommend stopping to eat early or waiting until later. Holiday weekends get pretty packed as well but they've done a good job limiting the number of people on the mountain and it's been a good experience this year. Parking is easy with multiple overflow lots and very quick shuttles running constantly.

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