North Creek This Week, Thru Mon. Feb 14, 2022

North Creek This Week, Thru Mon. Feb 14, 2022

Midwinter Packed Powder Skiing!

 

The Big Storm last week sure did produce – with up to 17″ of new snow!  The new snow is offering  SPECTACULAR skiing and riding!  With aggressive snowmaking and grooming, the mountain had an impressive amount of terrain open before the recent storm. Now the Interconnect and 46er chair servicing the Ski Bowl trails are open with Snowmakers have moved to Gore’s signature steep The Rumor!   Here is the latest report.  That’s the good news – and there is some opportunity for snow in the next week – but alas some days are sold out for advance purchase lift tickets. (All Gore Mt. lift tickets MUST be purchased online prior to arrival – CLICK HERE).  And do check back – even for day-of tickets on the website as there are cancellations with Covid cases rising.  Pictured left – recent Boarder-Cross event at Gore!  A preview event for next year’s World University Games.

Gore Mt. Podcast and report Click HERE:

As of Thur, Feb 10 – Gore was NOT Sold Out for this coming weekend!  So, What’s a skier to do?  There are other ski options in the area.  The Ski Bowl in North Creek is home to the Village Chair and the Gore Mt. Nordic Center.  Perhaps scale your day to twilight skiing on the Village Chair 3PM-8PM (and it’s only $26 for adults, $19 for Juniors and $10 for kids).  More Info CLICK HERE If you’ve never tried Nordic skiing – the Ski Bowl is the perfect place to start!  With lights and snowmaking, rentals and lessons it’s great fun!  Ski Bowl Nordic Info CLICK HERE

Ski Bowl Nordic – Citizen Races – Every Wednesday, 6PM Registration will be on site this year before each race, beginning at 5:00 pm and running through 5:45 pm. Races will start at 6 pm each week. For the time being, registration will be outside under the open pavilion adjacent to the Lodge. Racers are allowed to use the Lodge, but must be masked.  Whether you decide to snowshoe, classic ski, or skate ski, and regardless of the number of loops you choose to race (1,2,3 or 4), you’re only competing against yourself week to week. The race loop will be held on our 1.2K Citizens’ Course, professionally groomed as always.  Raffle prizes to follow each race. Thanks to Becks Tavern, Cobble Creek Farm, and others for sponsoring our raffle! Also, thanks to Underdog Race Timing for being our timer again!

Find a Ski Shop CLICK HERE  Shuttle Bus Service (weekends) CLICK HERE

Not to be undone – there is additional Cross Country Skiing at Garnet Hill Lodge and Outdoor Center.  Garnet Hill is fully open thanks to the recent storm with 50+Km of trails groomed and track-set!  There is also some great backcountry skiing and snowshoeing in the neighboring Siamese Ponds Wilderness area.  More Garnet Hill Information CLICK HERE!  |  Backcountry Ski Info CLICK HERE

More Options for Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding are two neighboring ski areas, Oak Mt. in Speculator, and West Mt. in Queensbury – both about 35 miles away.  Both require advance ticket purchase.  Oak Mt. Website  |  West Mt. Website

Also – as of Thur 2/10 – Whiteface Mt. were NOT sold out for any of the upcoming weekend days  Link HERE.

Gore Mt. Online Ticket Link CLICK HERE!

Well it isn’t snow – but a new Attraction is Opening in Lake George this Sunday, Jan 23rd – ICE Castles!  It’s a walk through cavern of ice created on the Festival Commons in Lake George – Adults $27 or weekends. Most Dates are SOLD OUT!  More Info and Tickets HERE!


 

Weather and Outdoor Conditions

 

Light snow is forecast for later this week and mostly, winter is in full force here – new snow, cold temperatures and no warm-ups in sight!  The cold temperatures are allowing more and more terrain to open at Gore Mt., and preserving the snow surfaces to powder and packed powder!  Get out there!  Maybe a little too cold for you – some tips:  Ride the “Indoor” lift aka the Gondola.  Ski some of the “sun facing” chairs – The North Lift and the Summit will have that sun beaming on you for the ride back up!  Still too cold?  Try Cross Country Skiing.  Both Garnet Hill and Ski Bowl Nordic have groomed cross country ski trails, lessons and rentals.  Give it a try – the added activity will warm you up quickly – and of course skiing is skiing!  More Weather Info...CLICK HERE



Restaurants, Bars, Take-Out Food

 

Photo left barVino.  There are lots of dining and take-out food options in the North Creek Area.  Read the latest open/close information, menu options and links to more information – CLICK HERE.  
All Restaurants CLICK HERE! The Latest Dining Open/Close Info CLICK HERE!  

 

 



Lodging – North Creek Area

 

Cedarwood B&B Visit North Creek, NYBed and Breakfast Accommodations, full service lodges, hotels and short term rentals are all available for your vacation or getaway! 

All Lodging CLICK HERE!

 



More Activities – Snowshoeing, Ice Skating, Sledding – Live Music, Events!

 

Visit our Winter Vacation Guide for More information about snowshoeing, ice skating and sledding.  Live Music and Events link below.  Recent new snow makes snowshoe destinations incredible!

Winter Vacation Guide 2021-2022 CLICK HERE All Events and Music CLICK HERE  

North Creek This Week, thru Mon. Feb. 7, 2022

North Creek This Week, thru Mon. Feb. 7, 2022

Skiing – The Snow is Here!  More on the Way!

 

Awaiting a major winter storm to arrive later Thur (2/3).  With a shot of cold air following, the 12″ expected will provide SPECTACULAR skiing and riding!  With aggressive snowmaking and grooming, the mountain had an impressive amount of terrain open. Now the Interconnect and 46er chair servicing the Ski Bowl trails are open with Snowmakers have moved to Gore’s signature steep The Rumor!   Here is the latest report.  That’s the good news – and there is some opportunity for snow in the next week – but alas some days are sold out for advance purchase lift tickets. (All Gore Mt. lift tickets MUST be purchased online prior to arrival – CLICK HERE).  And do check back – even for day-of tickets on the website as there are cancellations with Covid cases rising.

Gore Mt. Podcast and report Click HERE:

So, What’s a skier to do?  There are other ski options in the area.  The Ski Bowl in North Creek is home to the Village Chair and the Gore Mt. Nordic Center.  Perhaps scale your day to twilight skiing on the Village Chair 3PM-8PM (and it’s only $26 for adults, $19 for Juniors and $10 for kids).  More Info CLICK HEREIf you’ve never tried Nordic skiing – the Ski Bowl is the perfect place to start!  With lights and snowmaking, rentals and lessons it’s great fun!  Ski Bowl Nordic Info CLICK HERE

Ski Bowl Nordic – Citizen Races – Every Wednesday, 6PM Registration will be on site this year before each race, beginning at 5:00 pm and running through 5:45 pm. Races will start at 6 pm each week. For the time being, registration will be outside under the open pavilion adjacent to the Lodge. Racers are allowed to use the Lodge, but must be masked.  Whether you decide to snowshoe, classic ski, or skate ski, and regardless of the number of loops you choose to race (1,2,3 or 4), you’re only competing against yourself week to week. The race loop will be held on our 1.2K Citizens’ Course, professionally groomed as always.  Raffle prizes to follow each race. Thanks to Becks Tavern, Cobble Creek Farm, and others for sponsoring our raffle! Also, thanks to Underdog Race Timing for being our timer again!

Find a Ski Shop CLICK HERE  |  Shuttle Bus Service (weekends) CLICK HERE

Not to be undone – there is additional Cross Country Skiing at Garnet Hill Lodge and Outdoor Center.  Garnet Hill is fully open thanks to the recent storm with 50+Km of trails groomed and track-set!  There is also some great backcountry skiing and snowshoeing in the neighboring Siamese Ponds Wilderness area.  More Garnet Hill Information CLICK HERE!  |  Backcountry Ski Info CLICK HERE

More Options for Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding are two neighboring ski areas, Oak Mt. in Speculator, and West Mt. in Queensbury – both about 35 miles away.  Both require advance ticket purchase.  Oak Mt. Website  |  West Mt. Website

Also – as of Thur 2/3 – Whiteface Mt. was NOT sold out for any of the upcoming weekend days  Link HERE.

Well it isn’t snow – but a new Attraction is Opening in Lake George this Sunday, Jan 23rd – ICE Castles!  It’s a walk through cavern of ice created on the Festival Commons in Lake George – Adults $27 or weekends.  More Info and Tickets HERE!


 

Weather and Outdoor Conditions

 

Well, winter is in full force here – new snow, cold temperatures and no warm-ups in sight!  The cold temperatures are allowing more and more terrain to open at Gore Mt., and preserving the snow surfaces to powder and packed powder!  Get out there!  Maybe a little too cold for you – some tips:  Ride the “Indoor” lift aka the Gondola.  Ski some of the “sun facing” chairs – The North Lift and the Summit will have that sun beaming on you for the ride back up!  Still too cold?  Try Cross Country Skiing.  Both Garnet Hill and Ski Bowl Nordic have groomed cross country ski trails, lessons and rentals.  Give it a try – the added activity will warm you up quickly – and of course skiing is skiing!  More Weather Info...CLICK HERE



Restaurants, Bars, Take-Out Food

 

Photo left barVino.  There are lots of dining and take-out food options in the North Creek Area.  Read the latest open/close information, menu options and links to more information – CLICK HERE.  
All Restaurants CLICK HERE! The Latest Dining Open/Close Info CLICK HERE!  

 

 



Lodging – North Creek Area

 

Cedarwood B&B Visit North Creek, NYBed and Breakfast Accommodations, full service lodges, hotels and short term rentals are all available for your vacation or getaway! 

All Lodging CLICK HERE!

 



More Activities – Snowshoeing, Ice Skating, Sledding – Live Music, Events!

 

Visit our Winter Vacation Guide for More information about snowshoeing, ice skating and sledding.  Live Music and Events link below.  Recent new snow makes snowshoe destinations incredible!

Winter Vacation Guide – CLICK HERE! All Events and Live Music CLICK HERE!  

North Creek This Week, Thru Mon. Jan. 31

North Creek This Week, Thru Mon. Jan. 31

Skiing – The Snow is Here!  More on the Way!

 

Gore Mountain and the general North Creek/North River area has received 10-12″ of new snow in the recent storm, and a quick 2-3″ this week!  With aggressive snowmaking and grooming, the mountain had an impressive amount of terrain open (50% at last count), even before the snow storm. Snowmakers have moved to the Ski Bowl and trails serviced by the Interconnect and the 46er chair.  Now, that’s just frosting on the cake!  Here is the latest report.  That’s the good news – and there is some opportunity for snow in the next week – but alas some days are sold out for advance purchase lift tickets. (All Gore Mt. lift tickets MUST be purchased online prior to arrival – CLICK HERE).  And do check back – even for day-of tickets on the website as there are cancellations with Covid cases rising.

Gore Mt. Saturday 1/29 Podcast Click Below:

So, What’s a skier to do?  There are other ski options in the area.  The Ski Bowl in North Creek is home to the Village Chair and the Gore Mt. Nordic Center.  Perhaps scale your day to twilight skiing on the Village Chair 3PM-8PM (and it’s only $26 for adults, $19 for Juniors and $10 for kids).  More Info CLICK HEREIf you’ve never tried Nordic skiing – the Ski Bowl is the perfect place to start!  With lights and snowmaking, rentals and lessons it’s great fun!  Ski Bowl Nordic Info CLICK HERE

Ski Bowl Nordic – Citizen Races – Wednesday, January 26th is Cancelled – due to anticipated cold temps!  Registration will be on site this year before each race, beginning at 5:00 pm and running through 5:45 pm. Races will start at 6 pm each week. For the time being, registration will be outside under the open pavilion adjacent to the Lodge. Racers are allowed to use the Lodge, but must be masked.  Whether you decide to snowshoe, classic ski, or skate ski, and regardless of the number of loops you choose to race (1,2,3 or 4), you’re only competing against yourself week to week. The race loop will be held on our 1.2K Citizens’ Course, professionally groomed as always.  Raffle prizes to follow each race. Thanks to Becks Tavern, Cobble Creek Farm, and others for sponsoring our raffle! Also, thanks to Underdog Race Timing for being our timer again!

Find a Ski Shop CLICK HERE  |  Shuttle Bus Service (weekends) CLICK HERE

Not to be undone – there is additional Cross Country Skiing at Garnet Hill Lodge and Outdoor Center.  Garnet Hill is fully open thanks to the recent storm with 50+Km of trails groomed and track-set!  There is also some great backcountry skiing and snowshoeing in the neighboring Siamese Ponds Wilderness area.  More Garnet Hill Information CLICK HERE!  |  Backcountry Ski Info CLICK HERE

More Options for Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding are two neighboring ski areas, Oak Mt. in Speculator, and West Mt. in Queensbury – both about 35 miles away.  Both require advance ticket purchaseOak Mt. Website  |  West Mt. Website

Also – as of Tue, Jan. 25 – Whiteface Mt. was NOT sold out for any of the weekend days, 1/29, 30.  Link HERE.

Well it isn’t snow – but a new Attraction is Opening in Lake George this Sunday, Jan 23rd – ICE Castles!  It’s a walk through cavern of ice created on the Festival Commons in Lake George – Adults $27 or weekends More Info and Tickets HERE!


 

Weather and Outdoor Conditions

 

Well, winter is in full force here – new snow, cold temperatures and no warm-ups in sight!  The cold temperatures are allowing more and more terrain to open at Gore Mt., and preserving the snow surfaces to powder and packed powder!  Get out there!  Maybe a little too cold for you – some tips:  Ride the “Indoor” lift aka the Gondola.  Ski some of the “sun facing” chairs – The North Lift and the Summit will have that sun beaming on you for the ride back up!  Still too cold?  Try Cross Country Skiing.  Both Garnet Hill and Ski Bowl Nordic have groomed cross country ski trails, lessons and rentals.  Give it a try – the added activity will warm you up quickly – and of course skiing is skiing!  More Weather Info…CLICK HERE



Restaurants, Bars, Take-Out Food

 

Photo left barVino.  There are lots of dining and take-out food options in the North Creek Area.  Read the latest open/close information, menu options and links to more informationCLICK HERE.  
All Restaurants CLICK HERE! The Latest Dining Open/Close Info CLICK HERE!  

 

 



Lodging – North Creek Area

 

Cedarwood B&B Visit North Creek, NYBed and Breakfast Accommodations, full service lodges, hotels and short term rentals are all available for your vacation or getaway! 

All Lodging CLICK HERE!

 



More Activities – Snowshoeing, Ice Skating, Sledding – Live Music, Events!

 

Visit our Winter Vacation Guide for More information about snowshoeing, ice skating and sledding.  Live Music and Events link below.  Recent new snow makes snowshoe destinations incredible!

Winter Vacation Guide – CLICK HERE! All Events and Live Music CLICK HERE!  

North Creek This Week, Thru Mon, Jan. 24, 2022

North Creek This Week, Thru Mon, Jan. 24, 2022

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Scroll down – More Info Skiing, Restaurants, Lodging, Weather, More!

Skiing – The Snow is Here!

Gore Mountain and the general North Creek/North River area has received 10-12″ of new snow in the recent storm!  With aggressive snowmaking and grooming, the mountain had an impressive amount of terrain open, even before the snow storm. Now, that’s just frosting on the cake!  Here is the latest report.  That’s the good news – and there is some opportunity for snow in the next week – but alas some days are sold out for advance purchase lift tickets. (All Gore Mt. lift tickets MUST be purchased online prior to arrival – CLICK HERE).  And do check back – even for day-of tickets on the website as there are cancellations with Covid cases rising. 

So, What’s a skier to do?  There are other ski options in the area.  The Ski Bowl in North Creek is home to the Village Chair and the Gore Mt. Nordic Center.  Perhaps scale your day to twilight skiing on the Village Chair 3PM-8PM (and it’s only $26 for adults, $19 for Juniors and $10 for kids).  More Info CLICK HEREIf you’ve never tried Nordic skiing – the Ski Bowl is the perfect place to start!  With lights and snowmaking, rentals and lessons it’s great fun!  Ski Bowl Nordic Info CLICK HERE

Ski Bowl Nordic – Citizen Races – Wednesday, January 19th!  Registration will be on site this year before each race, beginning at 5:00 pm and running through 5:45 pm. Races will start at 6 pm each week. For the time being, registration will be outside under the open pavilion adjacent to the Lodge. Racers are allowed to use the Lodge, but must be masked.  Whether you decide to snowshoe, classic ski, or skate ski, and regardless of the number of loops you choose to race (1,2,3 or 4), you’re only competing against yourself week to week. The race loop will be held on our 1.2K Citizens’ Course, professionally groomed as always.  Raffle prizes to follow each race. Thanks to Becks Tavern, Cobble Creek Farm, and others for sponsoring our raffle! Also, thanks to Underdog Race Timing for being our timer again!

Find a Ski Shop CLICK HERE  |  Shuttle Bus Service (weekends) CLICK HERE

Not to be undone – there is additional Cross Country Skiing at Garnet Hill Lodge and Outdoor Center.  Garnet Hill is fully open thanks to the recent storm with 50+Km of trails groomed and track-set!  There is also some great backcountry skiing and snowshoeing in the neighboring Siamese Ponds Wilderness area.  More Garnet Hill Information CLICK HERE!  |  Backcountry Ski Info CLICK HERE

More Options for Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding are two neighboring ski areas, Oak Mt. in Spectacular, and West Mt. in Queensbury – both about 35 miles away.  Both require advance ticket purchaseOak Mt. Website  |  West Mt. Website

Also – as of Tue, Jan. 18 – Whiteface Mt. was NOT sold out for any of the weekend days, 1/22, 23.  Link HERE.

Well it isn’t snow – but a new Attraction is Opening in Lake George this Sunday, Jan 23rd – ICE Castles!  It’s a walk through cavern of ice created on the Festival Commons in Lake George – Adults $27 or weekends.  More Info and Tickets HERE!


 

Weather and Outdoor Conditions

 

Well, winter is in full force here – new snow, cold temperatures and no warm-ups in sight!  The cold temperatures are allowing more and more terrain to open at Gore Mt., and preserving the snow surfaces to powder and packed powder!  Get out there!  Maybe a little too cold for you – some tips:  Ride the “Indoor” lift aka the Gondola.  Ski some of the “sun facing” chairs – The North Lift and the Summit will have that sun beaming on you for the ride back up!  Still too cold?  Try Cross Country Skiing.  Both Garnet Hill and Ski Bowl Nordic have groomed cross country ski trails, lessons and rentals.  Give it a try – the added activity will warm you up quickly – and of course skiing is skiing!  More Weather Info...CLICK HERE



Restaurants, Bars, Take-Out Food

 

Photo left barVinoThere are lots of dining and take-out food options in the North Creek Area.  Read the latest open/close information, menu options and links to more informationCLICK HERE.  
All Restaurants CLICK HERE! The Latest Dining Open/Close Info CLICK HERE!  

 

 



Lodging – North Creek Area

 

Cedarwood B&B Visit North Creek, NYBed and Breakfast Accommodations, full service lodges, hotels and short term rentals are all available for your vacation or getaway! 

All Lodging CLICK HERE!

 



More Activities – Snowshoeing, Ice Skating, Sledding – Live Music, Events!

 

Visit our Winter Vacation Guide for More information about snowshoeing, ice skating and sledding.  Live Music and Events link below.  Recent new snow makes snowshoe destinations incredible!

Winter Vacation Guide – CLICK HERE! All Events and Live Music CLICK HERE!  

North Creek This Week Thru Jan 17, 2022

North Creek This Week Thru Jan 17, 2022

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North Creek This Week, Thru Jan 17, 2022

 

Skiing

Gore Mountain is stylin’!  With aggressive snowmaking and grooming, the mountain has an impressive amount of terrain open given our natural snow drought.  Here is the latest report.  That’s the good news – and there is some opportunity for snow in the next week – but alas some days are sold out for advance purchase lift tickets. (All Gore Mt. lift tickets MUST be purchased online prior to arrival – CLICK HERE).  And do check back – even for day-of tickets on the website as there are cancellations with Covid cases rising. 

So, What’s a skier to do?  There are other ski options in the area.  The Ski Bowl in North Creek is home to the Village Chair and the Gore Mt. Nordic Center.  Perhaps scale your day to twilight skiing on the Village Chair 3PM-8PM (and it’s only $26 for adults, $19 for Juniors and $10 for kids).  More Info CLICK HERE.  If you’ve never tried nordic skiing – the Ski Bowl is the perfect place to start!  With lights and snowmaking, rentals and lessons it’s great fun!  Ski Bowl Nordic Info CLICK HERE

Ski Bowl Nordic – Our first week of Citizen Races begins this Wednesday, January 12th!  Registration will be on site this year before each race, beginning at 5:00 pm and running through 5:45 pm. Races will start at 6 pm each week. For the time being, registration will be outside under the open pavilion adjacent to the Lodge. Racers are allowed to use the Lodge, but must be masked.  Whether you decide to snowshoe, classic ski, or skate ski, and regardless of the number of loops you choose to race (1,2,3 or 4), you’re only competing against yourself week to week. The race loop will be held on our 1.2K Citizens’ Course, professionally groomed as always.  Raffle prizes to follow each race. Thanks to Becks Tavern, Cobble Creek Farm, and others for sponsoring our raffle! Also, thanks to Underdog Race Timing for being our timer again!

Ski Shops CLICK HERE  |  Shuttle Bus Service (weekends) CLICK HERE  | 

Not to be undone – there is additional Nordic Skiing at Garnet Hill Lodge and Outdoor Center.  Even with the lack of snow, Garnet Hill has managed to keep 10K of trails open.  Albeit, thin in spots – some of the trails are in great shape.  Offering a complete ski shop, lessons and rentals, Garnet Hill is a good choice.  More Information CLICK HERE!

More Options for Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding are two neighboring ski areas, Oak Mt. in Spectacular, and West Mt. in Queensbury – both about 35 miles away.  Both require advance ticket purchase.  Oak Mt. Website  |  West Mt. Website

Also – as of Thursday, Jan. 13th – Whiteface was NOT sold out for any of the weekend days, 1/15, 16, or 17.  Link HERE.


 

Weather and Outdoor Conditions

Well, winter has not really kicked in yet with snow – but plenty of cold weather has helped the snowmakers at Gore.  Backcountry skiing and snowshoeing is still “waiting” for a deeper base.  Garnet Hill is skiing 10K of so of trails and inch by inch it will get better.  Here’s the weather for week.  And much more weather reports, snowfall maps and more CLICK HERE

 

 

 

 

Covid Protocols – Pretty much wear a mask for ANY Indoor activity at Gore, Restaurants, Stores, etc!


 

Restaurants, Bars, Take-Out Food

Restaurants Visit North CreekThere are lots of dining and take-out food options in the North Creek Area.  Read the latest open/close information, menu options and links to more information – CLICK HERE.  
All Restaurants CLICK HERE! The Latest Dining Open/Close Info CLICK HERE!  

 


 

Lodging – North Creek Area

Cedarwood B&B Visit North Creek, NYBed and Breakfast Accommodations, full service lodges, hotels and short term rentals are all available for your vacation or getaway! 

All Lodging CLICK HERE!

 


 

More Activities – Snowshoeing, Ice Skating, Sledding – Live Music, Events!

Visit our Winter Vacation Guide for More information about snowshoeing, ice skating and sledding.  Live Music and Events link below

Winter Vacation Guide – CLICK HERE! All Events and Live Music CLICK HERE!  

 


 

North Creek This Week, thru Mon. Feb. 7, 2022

Winter Vacation Guide 2021-2022

Winter Vacation Guide 2021-2022

Skiing  Lodging  Restaurants, Bars  Snowshoe, Sledding, Ice Skating  Arts and Music

Gore Mt. Ski and Snowboard – XC-Ski – Snowshoe & Backcountry Ski!

Skiing Updates:  Gore is SOLD OUT for day tickets Jan 15, 16. 
Alternative Ski Areas Oak Mt. (Speculator, 35 miles)  |  West Mt. (Queensbury, 38 Miles)

Gore Mt. North CreekThe North Creek area is renowned as a mecca for skiing dating back to the 1930s and before!  Major mountain skiing at Gore is a draw for thousands of skiers and snowboarders from November to April. Not to be undone cross country skiers can ski groomed trails at The Ski Bowl Nordic Center (part of Gore Mt.) and Garnet Hill in North River.  North Creek and the Town of Johnsburg is adjacent to the 114,000 acre Siamese Ponds Wilderness Area with over 70 miles of mapped and marked trails for unlimited backcountry ski and snowshoe adventures.  Look for a return of the Backcountry Ski Shuttle on selected dates and the Citizen Race Series at the Ski Bowl Nordic!
Ski Shops – Rentals, Sales, Service CLICK HERE!
  |  Free Shuttle Bus Begins Christmas Week  Info Here

Best Bet for Gore Lift Ticket Deals is to Purchase Online CLICK HERE!  Much the Same for Garnet Hill Pre-purchase CLICK HERE

Click a Link Below for More Information    |    Events Listings CLICK HERE!   |  Gore is Opening Fri. 11/26!  Report Here


 

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Lodging

The North Creek Area is loaded with many Lodging options for your winter vacation or getaway.  Enjoy full service resorts, bed and breakfast accommodations, motels, hotels and Short Term Rental options.  Visit our Lodging Page for Most Properties and Visit our Short term Vacation Rental Page for additional places to stay. 

All Lodging CLICK HERE

Restaurants and Bars!

All that skiing has you hungry I’ll bet!  North Creek has you covered.  With many full service sit-down restaurants, pub fare at numerous bars, and quick take-out snacks and dinners!  Click a link below for all the contact info, menus, and the latest open/close information on most dining options.  Latest Open/Close Info, Events, Live Music!

All Restaurants CLICK HERE!

Snowshoeing, Sledding, Ice Skating

  Snowshoeing is the Winter equivalent of hiking during the warm months. You can visit a remote pond, top out on a mountain summit, or just take a walk in the winter woods. Most everyone can snowshoe, even kids! That said – some basics of winter recreation are in order. Dress the part – you will need warm winter boots, and layers of mostly non-cotton clothing. Alpine skiing clothing will generally fill the bill, but the large bulky parka will probably be too much as you warm up. Other essentials include a small day pack, extra clothing – warmer gloves, winter hat, water, snacks, and especially this time of year – A HEADLIGHT or flashlight.

Where to go? Many of the favorite Summer hiking trails are perfect for snowshoeing! The North Creek Area is adjacent to the 114,000 acre Siamese Ponds Wilderness Area with over 70 miles of mapped and marked trails. Use our Hiking Guide to select an adventure. These are more than casual walks especially if you are breaking trail (the first ones after a big snowfall). Additional trails are available off the Schaefer Trail (Parking just outside the Transfer station near the ski bowl). Also see our Backcountry Ski and Snowshoe Map Here.

If you are brand new to snowshoeing – rentals and easy packed trails are available at the 2 Cross Country Ski Centers – Garnet Hill in North River and Ski Bowl Nordic at Gore on Rt. 28. The Ski bowl has a few Kilometers of snowmaking so it might be the best bet if many other trails are washed out or thin. Other rentals are available at Beaver Brook Outfitters and Cunningham’s Ski Barn. Another unique snowshoe venue is Stone Bridge and Caves in Pottersville with snowshoe rentals and guided tours. More Info, Click a link below:

Garnet Hill | Ski Bowl Nordic | Beaverbrook Outfitters | Cunningham’s Ski Barn | Stone Bridge and Caves


The Town of Johnsburg Sledding Hill and Ice Skating are now Open!  Drive into the ski Bowl Park and take a left turn to the Beach.  Park here and access the sledding hill with a short walk to the right.  Ice Skating (loner skates available at the Pavilion) is on the pond and has been cleared of snow.

Sledding and Ice Skating – another great venue is Dynamite Hill in Chestertown

Art and Music!

Plenty of great music and art in North Creek!  Tannery Pond has art exhibits and concerts scheduled all winter long.  Click the Events Tab Below for more information.  Don’t forget H’art on Main Street – delightful art gallery and classes.  H’art Page Here.

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