|| || This ski hill gets snowfall close to the local average each snow season. This is a cozier than average ski resort with a medium altitude difference when you compare it to other ski hills in the region. The skiable area being 80 acres, it's more of a petite style ski resort. With a 633 foot elevation difference it's not the highest hill there is, but all the other good characteristics of McCauley Mountain make up for it. This ski resort has a much lower than average |
part of hard ski trails and a much higher than average percentage of beginner and intermediate slopes. There's a ski trail map of McCauley Mountain on this page for your reference. This ski area has a comparatively small collection
|of slopes and sufficient different ski lifts to serve them all. You have to go 73 miles to get to a ski hill featuring a more sizeable elevation difference. The 22 slopes at this ski area are fine to ski on. The striking yearly snowfall of 17 feet is one of the reasons this is such a good ski resort. Some folks prefer skiing and some snowboarding, either way, this is an area with heaps of ski areas for that. The 5 good ski lifts here are enjoyable to take a ride || ||
with. The winter in New York is so striking for skiing or snowboarding. McCauley Mountain is a wonderful ski mountain for the whole family with a heap of intermediate or beginner runs. The snow covered summits of the Adirondack Mountains
give this ski hill an extremely good panorama. In winter the Adirondack Mountains is a good location for skiing or snowboarding. The nearby accommodations are a bit away from the main area, but you'd better reserve before heading
out because these accommodations fill up rapidly. Getting a great workout and a chance to spend some time in nature will make you glad you came. This is a popular ski hill for skiers from Utica-Rome. Snowboarding and skiing in this
part of New York is a great thing to do throughout the winter.|
McCauley Mountain ski area Management Says:
A mountain nestled in the central Adirondacks just outside Old Forge, New York, McCauley Mountain's 633 foot vertical
drop and twenty-one trails make it so you never have to look hard to find a challenge.
McCauley Mountain provides skiing for all levels of skiers along with terrain of a ''big mountain'' resort without those long lift lines and
high ticket prices. McCauley is celebrating its 50th year with special offers & events. Check the web site for updates.
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|These outdoors activities are available near McCauley Mountain ski area.|
| ||Ski Areas Near McCauley Mountain ski area:|
Snow Ridge, New York
, 32 miles away|
500 foot drop, 6 lifts, 22 runs
45% Expert & Adv.
Woods Valley, New York
, 35 miles away|
500 foot drop, 3 lifts, 12 runs
20% Expert & Adv.
Gore Mountain, New York
, 66 miles away|
2300 foot drop, 12 lifts, 88 runs
30% Expert & Adv.
Mount Pisgah, New York
, 66 miles away|
300 foot drop, 2 lifts, 5 runs
10% Expert & Adv.
Dry Hill, New York
, 67 miles away|
300 foot drop, 3 lifts, 7 runs
33% Expert & Adv.
Titus Mountain, New York
, 73 miles away|
1200 foot drop, 7 lifts, 25 runs
29% Expert & Adv.
Ski Plattekill, New York
, 74 miles away|
1100 foot drop, 3 lifts, 35 runs
40% Expert & Adv.
Hickory Ski Center, New York
, 80 miles away|
1280 foot drop, 4 lifts, 18 runs
50% Expert & Adv.
Toggenburg, New York
, 81 miles away|
700 foot drop, 5 lifts, 24 runs
25% Expert & Adv.
Whiteface Mountain, New York
, 83 miles away|
3166 foot drop, 10 lifts, 80 runs
36% Expert & Adv.
| ||Whitewater Near McCauley Mountain ski area:|
Whitewater Outfitter - Adirondack River Outfitters, Herkimer
, 1 miles away, Whitewater outfitter|
Whitewater Outfitter - Whitewater Challengers, Herkimer
, 6 miles away, Whitewater outfitter|
Moose River - Middle Branch, Herkimer
, 8 miles away, Class II-IV - 5 miles long (Singing Waters Campground to McKeever)|