North Creek Ski Bowl: 998′
Little Gore Mountain: 1,900′
Gore Base Area: 1,500′
Burnt Ridge Mountain: 2,735′
Bear Mountain: 3,200′
Gore Mountain Summit: 3,600′
Vertical Drop: 2,537′
Trails: 121: 110 Alpine Trails including 28 Glades and 8 Freestyle Areas, & 11 Cross-Country/Snowshoe Loops
Longest Run: 4.4 miles
Snowfall: 150 inches per year
Skiable Acres: 439
Terrain: 10% Beginner, 50% Intermediate, 40% Expert
Snowmaking: 97% coverage, water supply from the Hudson River
Lifts: 14 total- 8-passenger Northwoods Gondola, 2 High-Speed Quads, 4 Quads, 3 Triples, & 4 Surface.
Terrain Parks: 8 unique freestyle areas, offering a progressive experience from learning on the easier Jibland to FIS competition features on our cross course
Glades: 28 different glades providing extensive backcountry excitement
The Rumor: Arguably the steepest trail in the East
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.