Big mountain AtTitude!
Nestled in the Central Adirondacks just outside Old Forge, New York
A mountain is defined as a natural elevation of the earth's surface rising more or less abruptly to a summit, and attaining an altitude greater than that of a hill, usually greater than 2000 feet (610 meters). McCauley Mountain's 633 foot vertical drop, 21 ski trails of 3,000-5,000 feet, one double chairlift, two T-bar and two rope tows will make it so you never have to look hard to find a challenge. McCauley provides skiing for all levels of skiers along with terrain of a “big mountain” ski resort without those long lift lines & high ticket prices. In fact, two Olympic skiers have come from Old Forge, including 1975 world professional alpine ski champion, Hank Kashiwa. Average annual snowfall is 281" and can be as much as 400". With snowmaking on 65% of the trails, McCauley is able to offer an average base of 120+ inches and 105 days of skiing on the average. Come play in our snow . . .
Crazy Fridays Special
Fridays Dec 18, 2015 to April 1, 2016*
$12 Lift Tickets
Mondays thru Thursdays 2pm to 4:15pm for $5
Great rates for groups.
Reciprocal Skiing Program
McCauley Mountain participates with other great ski facilities to allow for more skiing!
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Old Forge, NY
"An Adirondack Feeling." Is it the refreshing cool mountain air? A crackling lodge fire? The moon's reflection on a frozen Adirondack lake? We invite you to find out for yourself. Come to McCauley Mountain in Old Forge, New York and enjoy a relaxing ski getaway at New York's Best Family Mountain.
Old Forge, New York is “Adirondack Base Camp” for winter visitors who launch out near and far seeking everything from serenity to adventure. It is the largest hamlet in historic Town of Webb, which includes Eagle Bay and Big Moose. From here, you can explore the Central Adirondack region and all of the Adirondack Park.