Guide To North Creek & The Gore Mountain Region
Located in the heart of the Southern Adirondacks is the Gore Mountain Region, an area known for its exceptional skiing and opportunities for year-round recreation.
In the communities of North Creek, North River, Johnsburg, and Wevertown, you'll find mountain biking and hiking trails, pristine waterways perfect for paddling, rafting, and fishing, and, of course, an alpine ski resort with more than 100 trails. When you're ready for a change of pace, you can visit local shops that sell antiques, handcrafted items, and one-of-a-kind wares. Then, grab a bite at local eateries that range from grab-and-go delis to full service restaurants.
In the features below, you'll find information on the Gore Mountain Region's businesses, attractions, and events to help you plan your next visit. As an added bonus, you can also peruse several pieces that detail the rich history of the area.
From Adirondack-style lodges and vacation rentals to rustic cabins and B&Bs, there are many different lodging options
to choose from here.
Find upcoming events
in and near the Gore Mountain Region, including those in North Creek, North River, Johnsburg, Wevertown, Chestertown, and Warrensburg.
Gore Mountain offers trails of varied difficulties, unmatched views, and even its own hiking challenge! Click here
to learn more.
The North Creek Mosaic Project
is a significant part of the community. You simply have to see this large-scale art piece for yourself in person!
The North Creek Ski Bowl
opened in 1934 as a small downhill skiing site, but has expanded and transformed significantly since then.
Known today as one of the Northeast's premier ski resorts, Gore Mountain
had just three ski lifts when it first opened in 1964.
Plan a "ski-cation" this winter and lock in sizeable savings by opting for a "ski and stay" package
. Many local lodging properties offer them.