Gore Mountain is a family-oriented ski resort nestled in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York. Ski over nine sides of the four peaks - Gore, Bear, Burnt Ridge and Little Gore Mountains. The resort features 2,537 feet of vertical and the most terrain in New York State with 107 trails plus 27 glades, 7 freestyle areas and 11 cross-country/snowshoe loops. It is one of three state-owned ski areas operated by ORDA. Five terrain parks offer a variety of shredding opportunities. The snowmaking system supplied by the Hudson River delivers a long season of quality snow. Off-hill, there are a variety of attractions including cross country skiing, spas, and outdoor centers. In 2014-15 season a new high-speed detachable quad was added for a smoother, faster ride. There are five dining options scattered across the mountain plus a year-round catering service.
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Number of Trails
4.4 miles / 7.1 km
Number of Lifts
High Speed Quad Chairs
8400 (skiers per hour)
11/24/16 to 04/16/17 (144 days)
11/27/15 to 04/03/16 (129 days)
11/16/14 to 04/18/15 (154 days)
11/16/13 to 04/19/14 (155 days)
11/23/12 to 04/20/13 (149 days)
Cross Country Skiing
There are 10 snowshoeing and cross country trails at Gore. Cross-country skiers can enjoy lighted tracks for evening outings with varying inclines and natural wooded trails.
There are seven different freestyle areas at Gore including the half pipe, boarder/skier cross, wild air, Jibland and a freestyle glade. The half pipe and boarder/skierX are lit to extend the snow day.