Gore Mountain has announced it is open for scenic skyrides, hiking, lift-serviced downhill mountain biking, and disc golf Thursday-Sunday, from 10 am to 4 pm during the summer. Retail and food service will also be available.
Enjoy a scenic skyride with views of the High Peaks and surrounding Adirondacks and take the opportunity to explore Gore Mountain’s hiking trails, mountaintop labyrinth, observation deck, picturesque overlooks, and picnic areas.
Enclosed gondola rides are planned Thursday and Sunday, with open-air chairlift rides available Friday and Saturday. The lift schedule is subject to substitution, so guests are encouraged to check ahead for updates.
Experienced downhill mountain bikers can explore Gore Mountain’s challenging lift-serviced terrain that descends 1700′ vertical on wooded single-track and open ski trails. Single rides and all-day tickets are available, and access to Base Area cross-country trails is included. Full-suspension bikes are recommended, and helmets and a signed waiver are required.
Gore Mountain’s hiking trails offer terrain for all abilities, ranging from Base Area interpretive loops to advanced adventures to Gore Mountain’s summit. To learn more about the trail network and view the Gore Mountain Hiking Center map, visit Gore’s website.
Gore Mountain is introducing an all-new layout for disc golfers, with 9 holes that meander through the Base Area’s hardwood forest. This family-friendly activity challenges participants to get their disc into the target baskets with as few throws as possible. A scorecard and set of three discs are included or bring your own set.
More information can be found on Gore Mountain’s website.
Photos, from above: Gore Mountain Scenic Skyrides; Mountain Biking at Gore Mountain, and Disc Golf at Gore Mountain, courtesy Gore Mountain.