Tickets, Lessons & Packages
If you’re looking for a different way to enjoy the Adirondacks, explore one of the few places that make snow for cross-country skiers and snowshoers. Nordic skiing is a great workout, and it’s also a totally invigorating way to experience the outdoors. Our trail network offers snowmaking, grooming, and lights for evening activity. All levels of cross-country skiers and snowshoers are welcome!
Learn to Cross-Country Ski Package – Trail Access, Rentals, & One-Hour Lesson: $45
One-Hour Nordic Lesson: $25
We offer class lessons 10am, 12pm, and 2pm on Saturday, Sunday, and daily during peak (holiday) periods. So we can be best prepared for your arrival, reservations are suggested. Please call ahead at (518) 251-0899 to schedule a lesson. Ask about midweek availability.
Nordic Season Passes
*For College Passes, we use a national database to verify current full-time enrollment (12+ credits for undergraduate students and 9+ credits for graduate students).
**Our Family Pass includes 2 Adult Passes + Child Passes for their children ages 19 & under living in the same household.
Saturday, December 11: Glens Falls Sprints, Section 2 Ski League, 10am
Sunday, December 12: NYSSRA Opener Distance Races, Gore Mountain Nordic Club, 9:30am
Sunday, December 12: Dion Snowshoe Race, Gore Mountain, 2pm
Saturday-Sunday, January 8-9: Learn to XC Lesson Package
Wednesday, January 12: Gore Mountain Citizens Series (every Wednesday through February 17), 6pm mass start
Saturday-Sunday, January 15-16: Junior National Qualifiers Distance Races (Saturday Classic, Sunday Skate), 9am
Tuesday, February 1: Lake George/Glens Falls Invitational, Section 2 Ski League, 11am
Wednesday, February 16: Section 2 Nordic Championships, 2pm
Saturday-Sunday, February 19-20: Easter Collegiate Ski Conference Regional Championships
Monday-Tuesday, February 28-March 1: New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) State Championships (Monday Distance, Tuesday Classic Relays)
Gore Mountain’s Nordic Center offers a professionally groomed 5k trail network that features snowmaking and lighting to extend your on-snow time well into the evening hours.
Our stadium layout provides an ideal training and racing venue, and you can explore a scenic overlook, challenging hill climbs, and different loops to lap the best distance for your goals. We recently received four FIS certifications, which means our courses meet the criteria for hosting a range of high-level racing events. We are honored to host many types of competitions each snow season, which are exciting for both spectators and athletes. Contact us to schedule team training and events on our certified courses.
Recreational users are always welcome. Customize your cross-country ski outing with varying inclines, natural wooded routes, and lighted tracks for evening fitness. If you’re just getting started, ask about equipment rentals and lessons – we’re happy to introduce you to this beautiful sport. Snowshoers welcome along the sides of the trails too.
Health & Safety Information
For cross-country skiers and snowshoers: all ticketed guests and season passholders are required to sign in upon arrival in the Ski Bowl Lodge before accessing our trail network for every visit this season.
Please review our Face Covering Requirements and COVID safety guidelines and information in advance of your visit. We appreciate your cooperation to keep our trails open for outdoor recreational activities this season!