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Gore’s Original Base Camp since 1934

Ski Bowl Park has evolved into a major, multi-use area that offers many opportunities for outdoor recreation during the summer and fall. After you’ve experienced Gore’s skyride and primary trail network, plan to explore within the 16-mile network of hiking and biking trails at the Ski Bowl too!

Ski Bowl Summer Trail Map

Ski Bowl Overview

Located at the foot of Little Gore Mountain, one of our four developed peaks, this second hub of Gore keeps a cherished history close, while steadily unfolding a variety of new adventures for you to discover. The Ski Bowl offers alpine skiing and snowboarding, freestyle fun, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, and more!

Ski where the locals do – link up with all four sprawling peaks and add some adventure to your day. Even if you didn’t grow up on these slopes, you’ll feel like you did!

Twilight Skiing

Enjoy the beauty of the mountain by skiing or snowboarding under the stars. Extend your snow day or get in some snow time after school or work. The terrain can be as easy or as challenging as you want to make it. Your Gore Mountain lift ticket includes same-day access to the Village Chair. Don’t have a day ticket or season pass? Head for the Ski Bowl Lodge. Twilight tickets are valid for Village Chair access 3-8pm.

Twilight Tickets & Schedule

Experience Nordic Like No Other

Check out our cross-country trail network of 11 groomed loops with snowmaking and lights to extend your on-snow time well into the evening hours. Our stadium layout makes us a popular venue for team training and events. Recreational skiers are always welcome, ask us about rentals and instruction if you’re just getting started. Snowshoers can join in the fun along the sides of the trails too.

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Ski Bowl Lodge

Please be sure to check in with us here upon arrival every time you visit the North Creek Ski Bowl this season. Cross-country ski and snowshoe tickets may be purchased here upon arrival, along with twilight tickets for access to the Village Chair from 3-8pm. Tickets valid for daytime use and on all Gore Mountain ski lifts must be purchased online in advance. Pop in for a quick break and warm up with a tasty treat from our Waffle Cabin counter!

Know Before You Go

The Interconnect

The Hudson Chair services Little Gore Mountain and connects the Ski Bowl with our three other peaks of terrain. You can score some extra time on the mountain by familiarizing yourself with how the Hudson Chair, Burnt Ridge Mountain, and the North Side are networked.

You can take the Pipeline Traverse from the base of the North Quad (check out a shortcut via the “Peace Pipe” trail) to access terrain on Little Gore Mountain. Or to get from the Ski Bowl to the rest of Gore’s trails, from the top of the Hudson Chair head down Peaceful Valley to the Eagle’s Nest Bridge on skiers right, cross and continue down Eagle’s Nest to the base of the Burnt Ridge Quad. As always, be sure to check our snow report to review what trails and lifts are planned to open on the day you are visiting.

See Trail Map

Park & Pipe

The sun’s going down, but don’t let that wreck your vibe. Head to the Ski Bowl for non-stop shredding into the evening. Practice your skills in the half pipe or try your hand at the skier/boardercross course. Showcase your best trick under the lights!

Terrain Park Update

Directions

Address: 38 Ski Bowl Road, North Creek, NY 12853

From Gore Mountain’s Base Area, head down the access road and turn left onto Peaceful Valley Road. Turn left again at the intersection with Route 28 and then take your first left onto Ski Bowl Road.