Winter has covered the Adirondacks in snow as far as the eye can see, and if you want to take advantage of the season’s best events and activities, then plan a weekend getaway to the region! This winter weekend, some of the highlights will include cross-country skiing races, ski clinics, indoor entertainment, and more!
Enjoy the Great Outdoors in Winter
HURT Nordic will present the Gore Mountain JNQ – Classic at Gore’s Nordic Center (North Creek Ski Bowl) this Saturday starting at 9:00am. There will be multiple races throughout the morning for different classes/age groups. Catch all the excitement, and enjoy your time at Gore Mountain!
Lapland Lake Nordic Vacation Center in Northville will host a special program for women, taught by women on Saturday from 9:30am-2:30pm. This ski clinic is for both beginner and intermediate level female skiers, and participants will be grouped by ability and instructed in classic cross-country skiing techniques.
Join Adirondack Snowboard & Freeski at Titus Mountain in Malone this Saturday for their Rail Jam competition, the first event in their 2018 series. Registration will run from 10:00am-11:00am, and then practice will kick off at 11:15am. Participants must be members of the USASA.
Fun & Free Community Events
Take a trip just south of the ADK to the Hyde Collection in Glens Falls on Friday morning for a free Art Crawl for babies and their caregivers. The program will include an activity for little ones and the chance to play with art material. A donation is appreciated.
Looking to buy some winter veggies, artisan bread, crafts, handmade gifts, and more? Visit the Westport Heritage House on Saturday from 10:00am-1:00pm and check out their Indoor Country Market.
Celebrate the end of the Christmas season at the Church of the Cross in Ticonderoga when the Ticonderoga Festival Guild presents their 12th Night Concert. Admission is free, and the concert will begin at 7:00pm.
Learn about the history of traditional Adirondack music at the Adirondack Experience’s upcoming Cabin Fever Sunday on January 7. Performer and teaching artist Dave Ruch will host a fascinating concert of Adirondack music and stories from 1:30pm-2:30pm. Admission is free.