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Hit the Slopes at These Ski Resorts & Centers in the Adirondacks

Are you ready to start planning your next winter outing to the Adirondacks? Whether you are looking for a family-friendly resort that has terrain for every skill level, or advanced trails fit for an Olympian, skiing in the Adirondacks offers some of the best conditions, trails, and facilities in New York State. Take a look and see which one is best for you!

Find Adirondack Region Ski Areas:

McCauley Mountain in the sunset
McCauley Mountain Ski Area
Old Forge, NY
Skiing, snowboarding and more await at the family-friendly McCauley Mountain Ski Area in Old Forge, which offers all the excitemen... [+More]
Schroon Lake Ski Center
Schroon Lake, NY
Visit the Schroon Lake Ski Center at the Schroon Lake Golf Course in winter for downhill skiing and snow tubing.... [+More]
West Mountain
Queensbury, NY
West Mountain in Queensbury, NY, is a year-round recreation destination offering skiing, snowboarding, and tubing during winter an... [+More]
Oak Mountain Ski Center
Speculator, NY
Oak Mountain Ski Center is a resort in the Southern Adirondacks, which makes it an easy drive from Albany, Utica, or Lake George. ... [+More]
Indian Lake Ski Hill & Skating Rink
Indian Lake, NY
Located in Indian Lake, NY, the Indian Lake Ski Hill & Skating Rink features a free outdoor skating rink that is great for the who... [+More]
Mt. Pisgah Recreation Center
Saranac Lake, NY
Mt. Pisgah Recreation Center in Saranac Lake features multiple downhill skiing and snowboarding trails for beginners, snowshoeing ... [+More]
Dynamite Hill Recreation Center & Nature Trail
Chestertown, NY
Head on over to the Dynamite Hill Recreation Area for all sorts of fun outdoor activities, including cross-country ski trails, bic... [+More]
Whiteface Mountain
Wilmington, NY
Whiteface Mountain in Wilmington is the Lake Placid Region's premier site for downhill skiing and snowboarding. Whiteface has the ... [+More]

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