The Olympic Cross Country ski trails of Mt. Van Hoevenberg plays host to 50 km of rolling Adirondack terrain. Originally built for the Olympic games, all abilities now enjoy cross country skiing and snowshoeing at Mt. Van Hoevenberg.
BREIA is a not-for-profit corporation funded by a private family foundation, as a gift to the people of New York. Access to the trails and facilities is free, and donations are never accepted. The trails remain open throughout the year, and offer hiking and biking opportunities during the warm seasons.
Lapland Lake is a full-service cross country ski and snowshoe center. Our two-story warming lodge houses our ski rental and retail shop (featuring a full range of cross country ski and snowshoe equipment) plus soup, sandwiches, and more at our upstairs café. We offer private and group lessons for both children and adults. Visit for a day-long escape to enjoy some Adirondack skiing, or stay overnight in our four-season lodging. Our two to four bedroom cottages each have a fully equipped kitchen and cozy woodstove or propane fireplace heat. In the spring, summer, and fall we are open only to overnight lodging guests who enjoy hiking and mountain biking on our private trail system and seasonal use of our canoes, kayaks, rowboats, paddle boats, and swimming beach on Woods Lake.
Tucked away in a unique snow basin in the heart of snow country and enjoying some of the most reliable snowfalls in the East, Lapland Lake offers lengthy winter seasons, frequently beginning in November and continuing into April. Immerse yourself in the splendor of the Adirondack Preserve while gliding through majestic forests and alongside scenic streams and lakes while catching glimpses of white-tailed deer, otters, snowshoe rabbits and winter birds.
We take pride in our grooming at Lapland Lake and regularly make significant investments in equipment to obtain the best possible results. Impeccable attention to grooming, performed with a fleet of state-of-the-art equipment, results in superior snow surfaces for both in-track and skate skiing. Trails are groomed non-holiday midweek days with the same care and exacting attention to detail as they are groomed on weekends and holidays. Our private 38K groomed XC trail offers a mix of easy, intermediate, and difficult rated trails. Most groomed trails are one way, offering serene conditions even on busy days. We also offer 12K of ungroomed scenic snowshoe trail.”
Situated in the heart of the Hudson Valley, the park is nestled in the 16,000 acre Clarence Fahnestock Memorial State Park. FWP offers 18 km of machine groomed, tracked and mapped trails for beginning and expierenced skiers and snowshoers. Families find the park particularly enjoyable because it offers easy terrain to ski on near the lodge. The sledding hill and hot chocolate to sip in front of the outdoor fireplace are nice compliments to day-long trips.
The Park features a warming lodge with ski rentals, food, beverages, and restrooms. Rentals are available on a first come, first served basis. The Winter Park is located at an elevation of 1,100 feet which helps capture addition snow during storms. Along with a forested northwest trail system, this helps maintain a good snow base. A variety of lodging options are close by. For groups of 35 or more, modern winterized cabins are available in the park at the Taconic Outdoor Education Center.
Take advantage of the best snow in the Adirondacks and our spectacular natural landscape! The VIC offers something for everyone!
Winter transforms the Adirondacks into a frozen oasis of snow for skiing & snowshoeing! Garnet Hill Lodge is a complete winter resort with mountain and wilderness view guest rooms, fine dining and The Loghouse Pub. The cross-country ski center has 55 kilometers of groomed trails, experienced ski school instructors, and a fully stocked ski shop with rentals, sales and repairs. The nearby Adirondack wilderness areas offer unlimited backcountry ski and snowshoe routes to mountain summits and remote ponds including the exciting Gore to Garnet backcountry ski tour.
Nestled in the foothills of the Taconic and Berkshire Mountains, PINERIDGE offers hundreds of acres of unspoiled wilderness. The trails wind through forests of hardwoods and evergreens. Deer, fox, turkey, beaver and otter are just some of the animals or tracks seen throughout PINERIDGE's wooded trails.
PINERIDGE provides 35 Km of fabulous woodland trails expertly groomed and track set. Ski along the picturesque Poestenkill Creek or up to an elevation of 1746 feet observing and enjoying views of the Taconic Range in New York State and Mount Greylock in Massachusetts.
After skiing, come back to the Lodge; enjoy a warm fire, hot refreshments and good company. Only a short drive east of the Capital District, in the center of Rensselaer County, PINERIDGE provides great skiing for all ages and abilities.
Ski or snowshoe with us and explore one of the Catskill Mountain's most beautiful winter wonderlands. Catch a glimpse of timid woodland creatures on hemlock shaded-trails in the pine-scented forest. Mountain Trails Cross Country Ski Center is nestled on the northern border of Tannersville, NY, located in the beautiful Northern Catskills.
We offer 35 kilometers of quiet nature trails on hundreds of forested acres that are groomed, track-set, and marked to their degree of difficulty. All of our trails are patrolled by the National Ski Patrol and our PSIA instructors offer ski lessons for all skill levels. We carry all the necessities and equipment for your skiing and snowshoeing enjoyment. Our Sales and Rental Shop is an authorized dealer of Alpina, Salomon, SWIX, and Tubbs.
Explore more than 30 miles of groomed trails with sweeping views of the Catskills.
Our Ski Shop provides maps and tips on what trail is best suited to your skill level. Ski alongside the lake, head for Sky Top Tower, or choose one of the many other trails that honeycomb our property.
Available, weather permitting.
For information about cross-country skiing and current trail conditions, please call (845) 256-2101.
Our trails feature lots of variety for both traditional and skate skiing with beginner, intermediate, and advanced level terrain. Join us once a month for a moonlight ski or for one of our kids programs. Dogs are welcome on designated trails.
The Osceola Ski & Sport Resort is excited about our inaugural year in the cross country ski business. We have been busy building trails over the summer and we will have a brand new building to accommodate many ski enthusiasts. The building will have a retail area, large common space, a food bar, and large ADA approved bathrooms. Our trails have varying difficulty though most will be enjoyed by all skiers.
We love the winter! You won't feel cold when you strap on a pair of cross country skis or snow shoes...in fact, you might need to peel back layers after you get your blood moving and warm up on the trails. Dress in multiple waterproof and wicking layers to keep dry and warm no matter what nature hands you.
Located in the heart of the Tug Hill, we want to continue to share the 100+ acres of gorgeous trails original owner, Hugh Quinn, designed and developed over the last 40 years. We are amazed at what he created and the beauty of this land. Add snow, stir, and fun will be had!!
Our newly remodeled lodge is warm and dry. When you arrive, stop into the main lodge for tickets, ski and/or snowshoe rentals, snack bar, and retail store. Warm up next to our woodstove or tailgate and enjoy our outdoor seating and firepit. A day outdoors is always a good time!
The trail system at Brookhaven has been 25 years in the making. A passion for downhill skiing brought us to Alpine Meadows Road and the wonderful community ski mountain there. When the area closed in 1993 I focused my energy on creating a cross country ski trail network. In the years since, trails have been added and removed and recently have grown to take advantage of the Town of Greenfield’s Brookhaven Park and can now boast nearly 9 miles of groomed ski and snowshoe trails as well as a full service restaurant on the weekends.