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What Makes New York Unique

New York’s Lake Placid has already been home to two winter Olympic Games. The Adirondack state park is bigger than Yellowstone and Yosemite National Parks combined. Northern New York offers breathtaking beauty and some serious ski and snowboard vertical challenges, making a New York ski vacation a great choice.

Major Ski Resorts

In all, New York has at least 32 ski resorts. In the North Country, there are Dry Hill, Willard Mountain, Gore Mountain, Oak Mountain, Maple Ski Ridge, Royal Mountain, McCauley Mountain, Titus Mountain, Mt. Van Hoevenberg (for cross-country and snowshoeing,) and the incomparable Whiteface Mountain. Whiteface can proudly and rightfully boast about their 3,430 feet of vertical drop, the greatest vertical drop in the east, 3,166 feet of which are lift-serviced. With 76 ski runs cover, 18 miles of trails, you'll love this mountain. Snowboarders have five freestyle terrain parks, and there’s a super-tube, that’s one-and-a-half football fields long. Definitely a New York ski vacation destination of choice for this coming winter, and many more to come. 

In the Southeast part of the state are the Catskills, including Belleayre Mountain, Catamount, Holiday Mountain, Hunter Mountain, Ski Plattekill, Ski Sterling Forest, Thunder Ridge and Windham Mountain ski resorts. The Central (Leatherstocking) region adds Beaver Lake and Highland Forest for cross-country, Four Seasons, Greek Peak Mountain, Labrador Mountain, Toggenburg Mountain, and the Woods Valley Ski Area. To the west, out towards Niagara Falls, is the Allegheny region. It brings the Brantling Ski Slopes, Bristol Mountain, Cockaigne Ski Area, Holiday Valley Resort, Holimont, Hunt Hollow, Kissing Bridge, Northhampton Park, Peek ‘n Peak Resort, Powder Mills Park, and the Swain Ski & Snowboard Center. Only 75 minutes away from New York City in Patterson, New York, there’s Thunder Ridge Ski and Snowboard. You don’t even have to have a car to get there! Just ride the Metro-North Ski Train. Now how much easier could it be than that? Thunder Ridge is very active, and offers night skiing til 9 pm Monday through Saturday.

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Zoo York Snowboard Winner Will Earn Street Cred on the Hill

There are many perks that come with working here, but the part that I enjoy the most are the giveaways. Sure, we give away free lift tickets, goggles and many other items that any skier and rider would love to add to their arsenal of ski gear. We’ve even given away a pair of K2 […]

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What Do You Need to Know When Renting?

You’ve planned the ski trip, found all the discounts you can and now you’re ready to hit the slopes… but what about your equipment? If you’re going to rent your ski & snowboard equipment for the first time at the resort, here are some tips to make it easier for you and the rental technicians. Skis […]

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How to Save Money on Your Next Ski Trip

Ski trips cost money! They’re always worth it, but it can be hard for the college kid, a family, or the budget shopper to spend hundreds of dollars on one or two days of skiing. There has to be a way to spend less money on roughly the same experience, right? There is. In fact, there […]

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A Ski Holiday Planning Checklist

Planning a ski vacation can be a huge task, even for the experienced skier. There are so many things to remember to pack, and even more things to do. Forgetting even one or two things from this list can make the trip uncomfortable, but forgetting a number of things, or forgetting something really important, like money […]

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You Get a Brand New Pair of K2 Skis!

We serve people who love to ski, and live to ski. And those of you with good jobs work hard to get enough time off to ski more. The only thing better than skiing for Ski Coupons members, is free skiing, and free gear to go along with the all the swooshing and slicing. One […]

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4 Holiday Gift Ideas for Skiers or Snowboarders

The turkey is long gone and the holiday shopping in on! Although some of us are in denial that in order to give gifts, we must go get them. If you’re in the latter group, why not give gifts that will increase your leisure time spent with your loved ones? Perhaps your people already love […]

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GetOutfitted Rents Ski and Snowboard Clothing

Snowboarding was one of the first things I did when I relocated to Denver. It took me a while to get the right gear for the new sport (Chicago is a whole different kind of cold), and the money I invested could’ve covered the down payment on a new car. Add two kids who outgrow […]

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Ski Resort Opening Dates for the 2014-2015 Season

Now that A-Basin in Colorado has officially opened the North American ski season this year, we’re all fired up for the remaining resorts all over the country to follow suit. The start of the ski season means planning for all things winter. To help you to plan your ski break, we’ve compiled a rundown of projected […]

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More Access with New High Tech Chair at Gore Mountain

Skiers and riders can look forward to accessing even more terrain and experiencing smoother loads and unloads next ski season with all the new development at Gore Mountain in New York. The largest project is the replacement of their Adirondack Express triple chair with a new high-speed detachable quad chair aptly-named the Adirondack Express II. […]

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2013-2014 Opening Days for Ski Resorts across the Nation!

We’re getting word from all over that ski resorts are already getting snow and have opened select runs and terrain parks. And because we are so excited for the ski season to officially start, we’ve compiled a full list of the United States’ ski resorts opening days for the 2013-2014 Ski Season. From the West […]

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