Snowboarding in Titus Mountain, Malone, New York USA

Skiable Area:
140 ac / 0.56 km²
Vertical Drop :
1200 ft / 365.76 m
Top Elevation:
2025 ft / 617.22 m
Base Elevation:
150 ft / 45.72 m
Number of trails:
Titus Mountain is a popular downhill ski area on a foothill of 2204 ft (672 m) Titusville Mountain, 7 mi (11 km) south of the village of Malone and part of the Adirondack Mountains. The resort is famous for its abundance of natural snow and great conditions for ski activities.

Titus Mountain is one of the most famous family ski resorts. Being widely known for its great snow conditions, the spot has an influx of visitors during winter months. So, witness this beauty and practice the most exciting activity. Snowboarding!

In a skiable area of 140 ac/0.56 km², with a vertical drop of 1200 ft/365.76 m, a top elevation of 2025 ft/617.22 m and a base elevation of 150 ft/45.72 m, it is sure that you will enjoy your best snowboarding. There are 42 trails for all levels of ability. 40% of trails are tailored for beginners, 22% for intermediate snowboarders and 38% of trails for experts. On spot, you also find two terrain parks.

Beginners will appreciate the ski school with experienced instructors, available to teach them how to overcome their fear. As for lifts, you will find Two 3-Passenger Chairlifts, Six 2-Passenger Chairlifts and Two Handle-Tow Surface Lifts. All tails are covered by 90% of snowmaking. You will also be able to exercise your snowboarding activity at night.