Titus Mountain

215 Johnson Rd,Malone, NY 12953
518/483-3740800/848-8766
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Titus Mountain is located near the Canadian border in the town of Malone; offering family-friendly terrain, snow tubing, snowmobiling and night skiing. Just a short drive from Ottawa, Montreal and Plattsburgh, Titus provides easy-in, easy-out parking for convenient and quick mountain access.

The resort spans three Adirondack peaks and includes two terrain parks with newly installed rails and ramps for slope style skiers working to perfect that grab and flip. Titus offers ample beginner to intermediate terrain and a variety of single and double black diamond trails rated for experts only. Snowmaking spans 70% of the mountain and 10 lifts transport guests across Titus' while two lodges offer great dining options where skiers and riders can enjoy wood-fired pizzas and, a bandstand that regularly hosts musical acts and more.

Titus Mountain's Racing & Racer Coaching

Titus Mountain Racing and Racer Coaching programs provide opportunities to racers who want to improve their skills, or ski and ride competitively while learning proper race techniques. Learn how to race safely, go fast and have fun. Titus' Challenge Racing Series provides set course races, and offers youth and adult classes, while the Thursday Night Racing League offers friendly, team-based competition.

Tickets & Passes:

  • Adults (13-64) $45
  • Juniors (6-12) $35
  • Seniors (65+) $35

Stats:

  • 33 trails
  • 11 glades

Mountain Services:

  • Rentals and repairs
  • Titus boutique
  • Free Wi-Fi


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