Gear up for the Adirondack Ski Season with Ski Packages, Lift Ticket Deals and Events

Ski the Adirondacks and Save on Hotel Rooms, Meals and More
12
Nov
2013

ADIRONDACK REGION, NY  – Across the Adirondacks, the mountains and valleys have exchanged brilliant fall foliage for an early dusting of snow, signaling the onset of winter and sending skiers and riders into a flurry of anticipation – the countdown to opening day has begun.

Breaking Press Release News: Whiteface Mountain in Wilmington is now open! Whiteface opened today and will be open  through November 17. Early season rates are $38 for adults and $33 for teens and seniors. Gore Mountain in North Creek will be open Saturday and Sunday. Tickets will be $19 for adults who bring in two non-preishable food items to donate, and $9 for children ages 7-12. Ride on! Back to our regularly scheduled press release. 

Ski season typically kicks off in mid-to-late November at alpine resorts throughout New York's Adirondack Region, and early enthusiasts get the best deals on lift tickets, hotels, attraction passes and more with ski package deals perfect for a quick getaway before the holidays hit. 

Early season ski deals at Adirondack lodging properties include:

Ridin-Hy Ranch All-Inclusive Ski & Save Package in Warrensburg is one of the best deals of the winter. Enjoy overnight accommodations at this Lake George Region dude ranch, three meals daily, on-property downhill and cross-country skiing, snowtubing, ice skating, ice fishing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, horseback riding, and more starting at $155 per person, per mid-week night. Package available midweek December 25, 2013 through March 15, 2014.

Ski & Stay at the Alpine Country Inn & Suites in Wilmington includes three nights' accommodations with a three-day ski pass to Whiteface Mountain, and an Ultimate Winter Passport ($32 value) free for $358 per person. Ski all day or explore the region's Winter Olympic history at the Olympic Jumping Complex and Olympic Museum in Lake Placid, and enjoy special discounts on bobsled rides and more. Package available December 31, 2013 through March 13, 2014.

Ski, Stay and Play Package at Titus Mountain in Malone includes two nights' accommodations, four all day and night lift tickets and breakfast for $169 per midweek day, and $189 per day during weekends and holidays at Malone's Holiday Inn Express & Suites. Enjoy the slopes by day and night, and then relax at the hotel's pool and spa.

The Copperfield Inn's Winter Weekend Escape to Gore Mountain in North Creek includes overnight accommodations, complimentary shuttle to and from Gore Mountain, breakfast for two at Izzy's Deli, and a $50 resort credit, which may be redeemed on-property at Trappers Tavern, for spa services or in the gift shop, for $235 per person based on double occupancy. Kids six and under stay and ski free.

High Peaks Resort Ski & Stay 3rd Day Free in Lake Placid includes three nights' accommodations, three days of skiing at Whiteface Mountain and breakfast each morning starting at $109 per person, per night. Pay for two nights and stay the third night free. Stay right on Main Street, Lake Placid and enjoy immediate access to shops, restaurants and entertainment.

Find additional ski and stay packages and check out other Adirondack ski destinations such as Snow Ridge in Turin, which receives the East Coast's heaviest snowfall, and Oak Mountain in Speculator, a family-friendly alpine ski and riding center located in the Adirondack Wild.

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