The guest experience is priority number one at Mt. Abram resort, which offers a variety of terrain, a multitude of snow sports, and numerous family-friendly events. In short, Mt. Abram resort had something for every fan of the snow. “It’s all about winter here,” says owner Matt Hancock. “We focus 100 percent on the winter resort experience.”
Visitors will find Gore Mountain tucked away in the Adirondack Mountains of northern New York, located in the village of North Creek (population 4,000) in between Lake George and Lake Placid. It’s known as one of the state’s premier family ski resorts, and it’s easy to see why. The resort has provided service to winter sports enthusiasts for over 75 years. Today, it continues to innovate and grow, so that folks keep coming back for “More Gore.”
Located in the mountains above Ellicottville, NY, sits Holiday Valley Ski Resort with 56 slopes, 13 lifts, and 3 lodges. The resort first opened in 1958 with one t-bar, a rope tow, and 4 slopes. According to Director of Marketing, Jane Eshbaugh, only the basement was finished in the lodge. She said, “There wasn’t even a bathroom; visitors had to go out in the woods.” Ladies in the village of Ellicottville would make sandwiches and sell them to the skiers for 50 cents.
If you are looking for the ultimate destination vacation in Colorado, you must check out Winter Park Resort. The resort is conveniently located sixty-seven miles from Denver, Colorado and is the longest running resort in Colorado. With seventy years of winter magic under their belts, it is no wonder that Winter Park Resort is considered Colorado’s favorite.
Skiing and mountain winter sports have always been a way of life for the residents of the Crotched Mountain area of western Hillsborough County in New Hampshire.
Early settlers to this area gave it the name “Crotched Mountain” because they thought that the V-shaped mountain that is situated in Francestown, Bennington and Greenfield looked like the crotch of a tree.