Oak Mountain Ski Center and Bike Park

141 Novosel Way,Speculator, New York 12164
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Winter Sports
Mountain Biking

Oak Mountain in Speculator has undergone a major revamp over the past few ski seasons, transforming into a hot spot in the Adirondack Wild for alpine skiing and riding. Find ample beginner to intermediate terrain, and several black diamond trails for expert skiers and riders. Private and group lessons are available on a daily basis with Oak's trained, professional staff.

After a day on the slopes, warm up in the baselodge with a burger, sandwich or cup of hot soup. Oak's pub-style menu includes rotating beers on tap, mixed drinks and wine to satisfy your après ski cravings.

Tickets & Passes:
• Adult (13-64) $36
• Junior (6-12) $25
• Senior (65-69) $25
• Kids under 5 ski FREE with a ticketed adult

Tubing Rates:
• 2 Hours: $13
• 4 Hours: $17

Mountain Services:
• 2 dining options
• Ski lessons
• Rentals

Oak Mountain Bike Park

From late spring through late fall, Oak Mountain's ski trails become mountain biking trails, offering a mix of technical downhill, intermediate and beginner trails. Expect both natural and man-made drops, jumps and berms, as well as easy trails offering gentle slopes, with smooth dirt or undulating terrain. Intermediate trails can be steeper in places and have various natural and man-made features. Expert trails incorporate technical drops and jumps, which sometime have gaps. Terrain is also steeper with technical natural features; such as rock and root gardens.

Open: Saturday and Sunday, 10 - 4 pm

Bike Park Rates:

  • All-day biking with lift: $35
  • Bike trail access w/o lift: $15
  • Biking with one lift ride: $10
  • Biking with lift after 2 pm: $25
  • Mountain biking season pass: $198



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