Gore Mountain is an alpine ski resort on Gore Mountain, in the Adirondack Mountains, situated in North Creek, New York. It is one of the three ski areas owned by the State of New York and is operated by the Olympic Regional Development Authority (ORDA).
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Skiing in Mont Habitant, Saint Sauveur, Quebec Canada
So, in a place ideal for both parents and children and with a welcoming atmosphere, it is sure that you will have your best vacations. The only thing left to do is to visit this place as soon as possible and perform one of the most popular activities, alpine skiing.
Mont Habitant offers a skiable area of 55 ac/0.22 km² with a vertical drop of 550 ft/168 m, a base elevation of 700 ft/213 m and a top elevation of 1250 ft/381 m. The 11 trails, which are formed by 100% of snow-making, are tailored to cover all levels of difficulty.
You find 30% of trails ideal for beginners, 40% for intermediate skiers and for those who need something more extreme, 30% of trails are available. For beginners, a ski school is available to help them enjoy their activity with safety and fun. For your comfort, Mont Habitant offers 1 surface lift, 1 double chairlift and 1 quad chairlift.
As you can see, Mont Habitant offers everything you need for your best vacations and an extraordinary activity. In Mont Habitant, services like free outdoor parking, rental shops, lockers and kids club for daily care and a bar are available.
The appropriate season to exercise alpine skiing is from November to April. Once the sun goes down, do not miss to enjoy yourself in one of the most impressive cafes, restaurants and accommodations that you can find nearby.