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Terrain Parks - Tuxedo Ridge

Rider's Guide

The 7 trails and 35 skiable acres at Tuxedo Ridge have many areas designed for the intermediate skier, but trails for beginners and advanced skiers, as well. The Bunny Slope is a great learning slope at just 650 feet, and The Bowl, the signature slope, is a wide path that runs 1,200 feet. The longest run is the Tiger Pass at 2,750 feet that takes you right down to the base lodge with some advanced sloping, especially in the lower trail. A racing hill is great for training racers, and the Rainbow Trail for tubing offers the length of two football fields of fun with a snow playground at the base.

Parks and Pipes

A new terrain park at Tuxedo Ridge includes their Lynx and Alley Cat trails. The Lynx has 3 10-foot jumps into a 35-foot flat box, and the Alley Cat features 2 20-foot tabletops, a corrugated pipe butter box and 3 other boxes, ideal for new and intermediate snowboarders. A half-pipe also offers challenges. With 2 difficult trails and 2 intermediate trails, beginners should stick to the bunny slope and the more beginner areas in the terrain park.

Out of Bounds

The Rainbow Trail offers snow tubing that ends at a snow playground that allows kids up to 12 years old to enjoy the snow, slides, tunnels and other fun and active-play features. A Ladies Clinic and Master Race Training are new offerings this year at Tuxedo Ridge. And the ski school offers something for everyone, of every age, with special packages for families.

Hangout & Hookup

There's a pub that's a great place for après-ski gatherings with pub food and a fully stocked bar. The lodge is also a great place to gather after a day skiing, snowboarding and tubing.

The Deal

Getting to Tuxedo Ridge is easy thanks to a location only 35 miles from the George Washington Bridge and 50 miles from the Lincoln Tunnel. From Long Island and New York City, take the George Washington Bridge to Rte 4 West, then get on Rte 17 North. Take Exit 15A then drive 8 miles to Rte 17A and the ski center is on the left. From New Jersey, you can take I-287, I-80, Rte 3 or 4 or the Garden State Parkway to Rte 17 North, then follow that 8 miles until you reach Rte 17A, with Tuxedo Ridge on your left.