Whiteface Mountain Resort Resort Reviews

Reviews for Whiteface Mountain Resort

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Jonathan Arthur

First time hear with the family we do a family ski week every year never skied whiteface before first time definitely the best mountain on the east cost by far will be coming back next year ... Full Review
8 months ago

Ben Cripton

Whiteface is the east coast equivalent of a perfectly cooked Wagyu steak, don't come here if you cannot appreciate the juicy steeps and tender snow. Of course it gets icy on Paron's run/Riva ridge, what can one expect from the only blue groomer in the summit area. Upper skyward is a TRIP when it's got a good groom on it. Glades are challenging and BUTTERY. The tallest lift-served mtn in the east, coupled with its latitude means on the right day you can catch some serious BLOWER pow. You can do 3200 vert in like 7 minutes (if you're into that) it's really that steep. Parks are second only to Killington and Carinthia, they still have those old school this-feature-could-kill-you vibes that an ex-Mountain Creek park rat like myself really appreciates (especially during vail's family-friendly terrain park genocide). Amenities are decent. If you need heated toilet seats and a gondola butler go to Stratton, Tremblant, or Killington. If you want to visit the absolutely gorgeous Lake Placid area and want a more family-friendly alternative, check out TITUS MOUNTAIN!!!! It's completely uncrowded, the snow is just as good, and it is completely free of the corporate greed currently plaguing our sport (plus it's got night skiing!). Whiteface is the crown jewel of the east. A sliver of state-sanctioned hope that one day, we won't all be eating $25 cheeseburgers in a packed, tastelessly swanky lodge that still manages to smell like skier feet.... Full Review
X rated
Beginners will not appreciate
8 months ago

Zach

i have heard that the lounge is a great place to unwind!... Full Review
lounge
8 months ago

Max

Ive lived and Snowboarded all across the East Coast and Whiteface is by far my favorite Mountain. 3.5k ft vertical, by far the most in the East. Its a true vertical, unlike other mountains that cheat in this stat with separate base areas, Whiteface only has one base, and it flows beautifully. The trails are so unique, none are the same, each have their own character, unlike other resorts that have a grid like layout. Lookout mountain is the gem. Hoyts High, Wilmington Trail, Lookout Below, some of the best trails in the East. The summit is spectacular, the views are out of this world. Never been on the slides, but I hear they are amazing, just another plus to add. The Cloudsplitter, 10th mnt div, and high country glades are amazing as well. The only negative is it is windy which can blow away some powder, but thats the magic of hoyts high, the powder usually ends up there. And overall I wouldnt say its more icy than any other east cost mnt, theres always a good amount of packed powder. The snowmakers also do a great job. And shout-out to excelsior- another A+ trail. ... Full Review
Best Mnt in the East By Far
can be Intimidating for Beginn...
2 years ago

Al Zacchino

Not happy with the customer experience. Staff did not care in the least that we had a big group and we wanted to have the fire pit on while we had a drink.... Full Review
Plenty of room to ski
Staff was extremely lazy. Fire...
3 years ago

wfie

Everything is good at whiteface ... Full Review
Everything is good at the moun...
Nothing
3 years ago

Aaron Halpern

whiteface gets a lot of snow. The groomers also do an awesome job over the night so the skiers can do their best skiing. They also have great snow machines and use them a lot. They also have the longest runs and tallest verticle in the east and it is the closest you can get to west coast skiing.... Full Review
everything is good at whitefac...
3 years ago

Aaron Halpern

Everything is awesome at whiteface... Full Review
Everything
3 years ago

Wendy Fiel

Also whiteface is right next to lake placid. They also have awesome trails on the mountain. The snow conditions are constantly awesome. Their groomers do an awesome job on the trails over the night.... Full Review
Longest runs in the east and a...
3 years ago

Wendy Fiel

a lot of snow... Full Review
a lot of snow
3 years ago

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