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Snowboarding Zone - Gore Mountain

Rider's Guide

The Gore Mountain snowboarding facility is dedicated to maintaining the environment. As such, it is a member of the NSAA, which works toward developing sustainable slopes. The base of the mountain is at 1,500 feet while the summit is at 3,600 feet. The vertical drop is 2,100 and the area offers 87 trails. Over 75 of the trails are Alpine Trails and include 13 glades and 12 snowshoeing/cross-country trails.

Parks and Pipes

The Gore Mountain snowboarding facility offers 344 skiable acres with 150 inches of snowfall per year. The longest run is 2.9 miles and the area offers a variety of different terrain options. In fact, 10 percent of the terrain is geared toward beginners while 60 percent is deemed intermediate and 30 percent is considered to be expert. The snowboarding facility offers a total of 11 different lifts. This includes an eight passenger Northwoods Gondola, two quads, one triple, one high speed triple, three doubles, and three surface lifts.

Out of Bounds

If you are looking for some more thrills in addition to snowboarding, the Gore Mountain area has plenty to offer. At the Adirondack Safaris, you can get up close and personal with nature. Or, you can take on some cross-country skiing at a number of different facilities in the area. The Natural Stone Bridge and Caves is also nearby, or you can get cultured at one of the many museums in the area. Snowmobiling is also available. If you are visiting the snowboarding area during the summer months, you have a number of other activities to enjoy. This includes fly fishing, rafting, boating, and more. So, no matter the season, there is plenty to keep you busy out of bounds.

Hangout & Hookup

There are plenty of places to hang out at the Gore Mountain snowboarding facility. In addition to the main base lodge and the numerous dining opportunities, you can also hang out at the Snow Sports Center. Or, you can visit the accessory and clothing shops and more.