ADD THUNDER RIDGE SKI AREA
Winter in the Valley!
The Best Kept
Winter Sports Secret in the Northeast
fun, do you think of glorious mountains covered
with snow, brisk winter air, roaring fires in
the lodge, spectacular scenery and friendly
In no time flat, you can be enjoying all that
in the majestic Hudson Valley. By 9 pm on Friday
night, you’ll be unpacking your bags or
relaxing in the lodge, while others are still
driving! Saturday morning you’ll be rested
and ready to hit the trails – for skiing,
snow boarding, cross-country or snow trail tramping.
The Hudson Valley
is much closer than you think. Chances are you
have driven right by it as you’ve headed
up the Thruway, without knowing the winter treasures
you were passing. So, next time plan on saving
time and gas by choosing the Hudson Valley for
all your winter fun!
north from NYC lies the Hudson Valley, chock full
of some of the best places to experience winter
sports on the East Coast. Whether you're looking
for the perfect place to cross-country ski or
snow board or downhill ski, the Hudson Valley
has exactly what you are looking for. From County
and State park lands to mom & pop ski slopes to
major ski resorts, it's all right here in the
have an afternoon and want to swoosh down the
slopes? One hour north of the City in Orange
County is Sterling Forest or family friendly
Mount Peter. Want to spend the day following
developed cross-country ski trails? Just one
hour north of the City on the east side of the
river in Putnam County is Fahnestock Park, or
a little further in Dutchess County is James
Baird State Park, or about an hour and a half
up the west side of the river is the spectacular
locations of Lake Minnewaska State Park Preserve
and the Mohonk Preserve.
Want to spend the
weekend really experiencing the thrill of downhill
skiing? About two and a quarter hours north
of the City in Greene County set amidst the
splendor of the Catskill Mountains is a cluster
of major ski resorts; Hunter Mountain, Belleayre
Mountain and Ski Windham. Or across the river
in Columbia County is Catamount in the Berkshire
If your interests
lie more along the lines of the newly revived
sport of snow shoeing, the possibilities become
nearly endless. All our State and County Parks
are open for you. There are the many unique
small trails like the Hudson Valley Rail Trail
in Highland, Ulster County, or any of the other
hundreds of miles of developed trails in the
Valley just waiting for you to tramp. And then
there are the magnificent Catskills with all
the interconnecting trails, overlooks
and rugged terrain open for you to enjoy. Experience
the Shawangunks, walk the new Croton Aqueduct
Trail in Westchester County, weekend on the
Long Path as it meanders through Orange, Ulster
and Greene counties, or show shoe the Appalachian
Trail thru Putnam and Dutchess counties; there's
a lifetime of opportunities for you to enjoy.
winter is a very special time in the Hudson
Valley. Everyone has gone home, the hoards of
tourists are tucked snugly in their houses and
apartments. The entire valley has turned its
attention to a different sort of visitor. Beds
& Breakfasts have lit the fires, restaurants
have switched their menus, Country Inns have
groomed their private grounds and trails, everyone
is ready and waiting for you. Everyone in the
Valley is celebrating the change in seasons
and invites you up to experience one of the
best kept secrets on the Northeast.
Really want to know
what the secret is? All you have to do is be
willing to drive one third the distance, be
ready for the best in winter sports, be set
to find the friendliest people, the most luxurious
accommodations and simply the most spectacular
facilities and trails.
And don't forget
the kids! Everywhere you will find special programs
and activities tailored just for them!
So give yourself
a break! Come to the Hudson Valley and enjoy
the winter. You will never want to drive all
day to get to the slopes again...
on the Hudson Valley's Major Ski Resorts
Mountain lies in the heart of the Catskill
Forest Preserve on "forever wild" land.
The mountain and its 33 trails are expertly
maintained by the New York State DEC.
When you arrive
at Belleayre, you enter a world totally
attuned to its natural surroundings. You
ski on trails that descend through the
silent, pristine woodlands of the Forest
Mountain's 1,404' vertical drop is naturally
contoured to create "two connected mountains":
upper and lower, each with their own lodge
and lift facilities.
mountain offers 20 trails for intermediate
and more experienced skiers. Five double
black diamond trails offer experts a challenge,
and there are mogul fields for those who
like to ski the bumps.
mountain has 13 novice trails and boasts
one of the northeast's largest Teaching-Learning
Centers, where every beginner is offered
a free untimed lesson. In addition to
the snowboard obstacle park, snowboarders
are welcome on every trail. In the woodlands
at the base of Belleayre Mountain, four
trails with 9+ km of terrain offer free
cross-country skiing, from novice to expert
(natural conditions, weather permitting).
Mountain's personality offers a refreshing
change from other ski areas. Whether you're
getting on the chairlift or buying a bowl
of chili in the lodge, the staff is friendly
and helpful, the lodges inviting. As part
of Belleayre Mountain's commitment to
families, we offer special family packages
which include free skiing, beginner lessons
and hotel stays for children under 12
at participating establishments.
PO Box 313
Highmount, NY 12441
Berkshire Region location, its variety
of terrain covering 1,000 vertical feet,
its snowmaking and its proximity in the
Hudson Valley makes it an great mountain
to ski and an easy one to get to. At Catamount's
Ski School, whether you are new to the
slopes or need a quick touch up, their
PSIA and AASI trained instructors will
take you to the next level.
lots for your kids to do at Catamount.
From SkiWee and MiniRider programs to
the Children's Playroom, Catamount is
ready to pamper your children and make
their experience a spectacular one.
introduces the "best ride in the
region," their Megaplex Terrain Park
for snowboarders. Secluded from the rest
of the mountain, it flows from the start
with berms, rails, banks, jumps, spines,
kickers, tabletops, and a huge 400 foot
halfpipe. Ride the Megaplex over and over,
you'll find something new and radical
each time. With it's own surface lift
plus lights for night time snowboarding,
Catamount's Megaplex is the place to snowboard.
for all ages
the closest big mountain skiing to New
York City. There doesn't have to be snow
where you are for Hunter to have snow
on its trails. Located in the heart of
the Catskills, the weather is different
from the lower Valley and NYC, it's colder
and snowier. Combined with that, Hunter
has extensive snowmaking capabilities,
allowing them to have groomed well covered
trails all season. Chances are you'll
get mid-winter conditions any day of the
to live up to the name - Snowmaking Capitol
of the World. The snowmaking and grooming
crews often work 24 hours a day!
3 expansive mountains of diverse terrain
to ski and ride. Forget long lift lines.
There are 14 lifts and 53 trails. You
put it together and you'll definitely
get it all at Hunter!
Hunter too. There's lots of activities
and terrain that's fun for kids. Children,
aged 12 and under, can ski or ride free
midweek, non-holiday when accompanied
by an adult purchasing a full price, all
area ticket for that day. A second, 12
and under, skis or rides for half price.
Bring your family and make it up to Hunter
during the week - your kids will be glad
PO Box 295
Hunter, NY 12442
Drop - 1,600 ft
Elevation - 3,200 ft
for Skiing - 230 Acres
Capacity - 16,900/hr
Lifts - 3
Lots of places
like to claim they're friendly, but Mt.
Peter is known as "The Friendly One."
The staff at Mt. Peter gets to know the
season pass holders and their kids. At
Mt. Peter you can hang out in their relaxed
atmosphere and enjoy a meal from their
There is a
beautiful new Rental Shop where you can
rent skis, snowboards, boots, or poles
at reasonable prices. The shop is stocked
with hats, gloves, wax, and more- all
the incidentals that you might have forgotten
or you might need unexpectedly.
there is something happening at Mt. Peter!
Enjoy your lunch, hot off the outdoor
barbecue, at the slopeside picnic tables.
Dance and party with our DJ every Sunday.
Catch a special event, like the PIG ROAST,
Scout Day, Spring Rally or the Firefighter's
Family Day. Bring the kids for a full
day of fun on and off the snow and you'll
all go home with smiles!
is the perfect place for you and your
family. There are trails for every level,
so your seven year old can ski the easy
stuff while you take the more challenging
trails, and you'll still meet up at the
bottom. It's easy to keep track of the
kids and let them have independence at
the same time.
Peter Ski Area
Rt.17A and Old Mt. Peter Rd.
(845)986-4992 Snow Conditions
Just 25 minutes
from New York State Thruway exit 21, (2
1/4 hours from Metro New York), Ski Windham
is at the tip of the Great Northern Catskills
with a 1600' vertical drop with 33 trails
ranging from the daunting to the downright
just have something for everyone, it has
lots of things for everyone. From steep
descents down the west side of the main
mountain to the perfectly pitched cruisers
to acres of natural terrain among the
trees, there is plenty to satisfy whatever
cravings you have. Add to that mix their
endless snow parks and special contoured
grooming, one full trail studded with
intermediate-level moguls, bumps, spines
and whales, and a separate experts-only
mountain peak with its own exclusive lift,
and you can see why they claim their mountain
is "twice the fun.:
snow making system, you'll always be assured
of the best possible conditions. You've
got one hour to try it and if you're not
happy with the snow for any reason, they
give you a full value Snow Check valid
for another day - NO questions asked.
love the Children's Learning Center with
its specially designed ski and snowboard
programs. Small classes and kids-only
terrain make learning to ski and ride
downright fun. The trained staff will
entertain the kids with theme days, puppet
shows and games. And there's also enough
time for just plain rolling around in
PO Box 459
Windham, NY 12496
snow reports call (800)SAY-4SNO
- 97% of trails
Drop - 1,600'
& Trails - range from 300' - 12,500'
Capacity - 11,800 per hour
Skiing - in designated areas for
all levels of experience
Boards - allowed in most areas
Rental - full equipment rental
Purchase - fully stocked ski shops
- group and private in all levels
by Ski Instructors of America
- hotel & condo rentals on slopes,
plus many hotels and B&B in surrounding
- cafeteria, restaurants, cafe
and lounges in lodge
For more than
40 years, Sterling Forest Ski Center has
provided winter memories for families
and friends as one of the closest ski
centers in the Metropolitan New York region.
Rediscover the fun at Sterling Forest
with great conditions, friendly surroundings
and easy access.
ski and ride instructors will have you
on the slopes in no time! Group and private
ski and snowboard lessons available or
special "Learn to Ski/Ride"
packages are available. Please call the
Sterling Forest Ski School at 845-351-5727
with questions and reservations. See you
Ski Center operates daily both day and
nights and for more than 40 years has
been known as one of the most convenient
ski areas for thousands of visitors from
the five boroughs and surrounding suburbs.
Just 35 miles from the George Washington
Bridge, Sterling Forest Ski Center features
7 trails with 4 lifts and nearly 2 miles
of terrain, combined with a full service
base lodge, fully equipped rental shop,
new retail shop and dedicated Ski School.
is now available daily from Manhattan
via ShortLine bus transportation. The
$50 package includes round trip bus transportation
between Port Authority and Tuxedo, NY;
shuttle service to and from ski center,
and full day lift ticket to Sterling Forest
Ski Center, Tuxedo, NY. For more information,
call the Ski Center office or ShortLine
bus at 1-800-631-8405.
581 Rte. 17A West
Tuxedo, NY 10987
Few of the Best Cross Country Skiing Locations
the Heart of the Hudson Highlands near
Cold Spring is the mid-Hudson Valley's
newest cross-country ski center - Fahnestock
Winter Park. 15 kilometers of ski trails
are machine groomed for classic and skate
skiing. They meander through meadows and
rolling terrain. Ski, snowshoe and inner
tube rentals are available. Throughout
the season ski clinics, nature programs,
and special events are scheduled. Food,
hot beverages, restrooms and changing
facilities are conveniently located in
a cozy warming lodge. There is plenty
of parking for cars and buses.
the Park particularly enjoyable because
it offers lots of open and easy terrain
for children and beginners. The small
sledding hill nicely complements day long
trips. For club ski trip, winterized log
cabins are available for group use near
15km of machine
groomed, tracked and mapped trails for
a safe snowshoeing, classic or skate skiing
all ability levels through meadows and
rolling forested terrain.
trails are accessible from the park. Since
they are not groomed or maintained, they
are used by skiers or snowshoers interested
in exploring the woods on their own.
cross country ski on groomed trails is
easier and more enjoyable for the beginner.
It is a safe way to develop skills that
will help one become a confident skier
in all types of settings.
this goal, we have selected top quality
ski and snowshoe equipment. We stock a
variety of skis, boots, and poles to fit
lessons are geared for first time cross
country skiers. Lessons cover basic motions
of skiing on level terrain, up and down
hills, stopping, falling and getting up.
For those comfortable on skis, but who
want to learn more, advanced lessons are
more information, reservations, discount
packages or to receive a brochure call
(845)265-3773 or (845)225-3998
12 Dennytown Road
Cold Spring, NY 10516
X-Country & Snow Shoeing Locations!
- straddling Ulster and Greene counties,
the possibilities are nearly endless
for cross country skiing. All skiing
in the park must be considered as accessible
only to advanced skiers as it is all
along the developed mountain trails.
Here are a couple of suggestions to
get you started:
Lake Public Campground and surrounding
area - located near Haines
Falls, (518)357-2234 - the best
skiing can be had on a complex of
19th century carriage roads that
surrounded the famous old resort
hotels. Some of these roads are
suited for novice skiers. Extreme
caution must be exercised as some
of the trails approach the cliffs,
especially south facing exposures
as sun melt frequently refreezes
into sheets of ice leading directly
over the edge of the cliff. Spectacular
views of the Hudson River Valley
can be had from many points.
Mountain in Tannersville area
- skiing in this area is best approached
from the north via Tannersville.
The trail is an old road connecting
Tannersville with Meads and Woodstock
and the road from this approach
is less steep and could be considered
an intermediate level trail. Once
at the top, the road should be avoided
by all except the most expert of
skiers as it is continuously steep.
Mountain - really only barely
appropriate for skiing, the trails
up to Slide Mountain are more appropriately
described as an exercise in ski
mountaineering, so your abilities
and equipment must be up to this.
Slide Mountain being the highest
peak in the Catskills is in the
heaviest snowfall region of the
Catskills, making for an exceptionally
long snow season.
Rivers Environmental Education Center
- located south of Delmar on Route 443,
cross country skiing for novice skiing,
trail guide available at trailhead.
Open daily from 9am to 4:30pm. Call
(518)475-0291 for more information.
Baird State Park
Located 1 mile north of Route 55 on
Taconic State Parkway, cross-country
skiing is available on over 3 miles
of scenic wooded trails, as well as
on the 300 acre golf course. Winter
hours for the clubhouse warming area
are Friday-Sunday 9am-8pm. Port-a-Johns
and trail maps are available 7 days
a week. Learn to ski programs are a
regular feature of winter programming,
call (845)485-7358 for schedule and
Minnewaska State Park
- Located on Route 44/55, five miles
west of the intersection of Route 299,
near New Paltz. Managed by the Palisades
Interstate Park Commission, Minnewaska
comprises approximately 12,000 acres
of wild and scenic landscape on the
Shawangunk ridge. Primarily a day use
area, an admission fee is charged. What
you'll find here is the essence of what
the Shawangunks have to offer. Clear
streams and lakes, miles of carriageways
and trails, all against a backdrop of
beautiful vistas, including outstanding
views of the neighboring Catskill Mountains.
Cross-country skiing is permitted on
all carriageways and trails, weather
permitting. For more information or
to receive a brochure contact: Minnewaska
State Park Preserve, PO Box 893, New
Paltz, NY 12561, (845)255-0752.
- A not-for-profit nature preserve,
dedicated to the protection of 6,300
acres of wilderness in the Northern
Shawangunk Mountains. The largest, privately-funded
preserve in New York State, the preserve
is open to the public for a variety
of recreational activities including
hiking, skiing and as one of the premiere
rock climbing spots on the east coast.
The Mohonk Preserve has an ongoing series
of scheduled activities, including cross-country
skiing outings. For more information
or to receive a brochure contact: Mohonk
Preserve, Inc., 1000 Mountain Rest Road,
Mohonk Lake, New Paltz, NY 12561, (845)255-0919.
- located near the Village of Rensselaerville
and also known as the Cheese Hill Area,
this State Forest is known for its extensive
pine forest glades where you can ski
on open trailless ground, totaling about
Mountain Multiple Use Area -
Hickory Hill Road - Pine Plains, Dutchess
County - (845)831-3109 - located about
9 miles east of Rhinebeck at the northern
end of Dutchess County, the terrain
contains a number of small hills and
is suitable for novice use.
Your Skiing Ability
Goal: Learn the basic skills like walking and
gliding to develop wedge turns and stopping.
Skied once or twice before with limited success,
some may even be able to turn slightly and stop.
The ski lift and green circle trails cause anxiety
for the apprehensive novice skier. Goal: Review
basics and develop linked wedge turns on easiest
You can turn both ways in a controlled wedge
on easiest terrain. Goal: Learn to skid the
tails of your skis parallel at the end of the
On green circle trails you skid the trails of
your skis parallel. Occasionally you venture
onto "Blue Square" trails. Goal: Start to bring
your skis parallel earlier in the turn. Begin
to explore easier blue square terrain.
You parallel your skis in the middle of your
turn. You ski all green circle and easier blue
square trails comfortably. You ski other more
difficult blue square trails with some apprehension.
Goal: Ski more varied terrain and snow conditions.
Continue working to bring your skis parallel
near the beginning of the turn.
You can ski most blue square trails by starting
your turn with a slight stem and then bringing
them parallel. Goal: Learn to make consistent
smooth rounded turns occasionally using a pole
plant to assist your rhythm.
You can make rhythmic open stance parallel turns
with pole plants. Usually you ski on blue square
trails but sometimes make a humbling voyage
onto easier black diamond terrain. Goal: Learn
short, carved turns and gain confidence on blue
square and easier black diamond runs.
You are starting to carve your parallel turns
with control and confidence on easier black
diamond trails. Goal: Tame the bumps and variable
snow conditions on more advanced black diamonds.
As a strong parallel skier, you enjoy the challenge
of most terrain and conditions. Goal: Develop
technique and your own style on the steeps,
in bumps, and all snow surfaces.
& Snowboarding Tips
Don't try to ski yourself into shape. You'll
enjoy skiing more if you're physically fit.
Be sure to have your ski or snowboard bindings
adjusted correctly at a local ski shop. You
can rent good ski or snowboarding equipment
Like anything, you'll improve the most when
your receive some guidance. The best way to
become a good skier or snowboarder is to take
a lesson from a qualified instructor.
plenty of water
Be careful not to become dehydrated.
Skiing and snowboarding do not mix well with
alcohol or drugs.
Layering allows you to accommodate your body's
constantly changing temperature. For example,
dress in polypropylene underware (top and bottoms)
which feels good next to the skin, dries quickly,
absorbs sweat and keeps you warm. Wear a turtleneck,
sweater and jacket.
Mother Nature has a mind of her own. Bring a
headband or hat with you to the slopes, 60 percent
of heat-loss is through the head. Wear gloves
or mittens (mittens are usually better for those
susceptible to cold hands).
The sun reflects off the snow and is stronger
than you think, even on cloudy days!
wear eye protection
Have sunglasses and goggles with you. Skiing
and snowboarding are a lot more fun when you
buying skiwear, look for fabric that is water
Look for wind flaps to shield zippers, snug
cuffs at wrists and ankles, collars that can
be snuggled up to the chin and drawstrings that
can be adjusted for comfort and keep wind out.
Be sure to buy quality clothing products.
Learn to ski and snowboard smoothly--and in
control. Stop before you become fatigued and,
most of all have fun!
& Snowboarders Checklist
(We’re figuring you’ve got your board and boots
– or your skis, poles, and boots)
- Lip Balm
- Ski or Snowboard
- Bag to carry
clothing, boots, and extra equipment
There are a lot of different ways to dress for
winter sports. Some will keep you warmer than
others. Click here for more information on dressing
- Long Underwear
- Ski Pants or
Bib Pant (NO JEANS!)
- Outer Layer Jacket
(Preferably waterproof/breathable shell)
- Gloves or Mittens
- Neck Gaiter
- Sweater or Fleece
- Socks or Sock
Liner (1 thin to medium weight pair should
- Vest (for insulation)
- Face Mask
- Warm ups for
after skiing or riding
- Hat or
Skiing and snowboarding
can be enjoyed in many ways. At areas you may
see people using alpine skis, snowboards, telemark
skis, cross country skis, and other specialized
equipment, such as that used by the disabled.
Regardless of how you decide to enjoy the slopes,
always show courtesy to others and be aware that
there are elements of risk in skiing that common
sense and personal awareness can help reduce.
Observe the code listed below and share with other
skiers and riders the responsibility for a great
- Always stay in
control, and be able to stop or avoid other
people or objects.
- People ahead
of you have the right of way. It is your responsibility
to avoid them.
- You must not
stop where you obstruct a trail, or are not
visible from above.
- Whenever starting
downhill or merging into a trail, look uphill
and yield to others.
- Always use devices
to help prevent runaway equipment.
- Observe all posted
signs and warnings. Keep off closed trails
and out of closed areas.
- Prior to using
any lift, you must have the knowledge and
ability to load, ride and unload safely.
Know the code.
It's your responsibility.
Tips for Kids
your child memorize the “Your Responsibility
Code.” It’s the seven rules
of the slopes and many accidents can be avoided
by adhering to the Code.
helmets are a good idea. If
your child wears a ski helmet, remember you
may have to raise your voice more to get their
attention because a helmet may impede their
hearing. Make sure the helmet fits correctly.
A ski helmet is not an item you buy for your
child to grow into. Educate your child about
the benefits and limitations of the helmet.
Wearing a helmet doesn’t give permission to
ski or snowboard faster or recklessly.
in layers. Layering allows you
to accommodate your body's constantly changing
temperature. For example, dress your kids in
polypropylene underware (top and bottoms) which
feels good next to the skin, dries quickly,
absorbs sweat and keeps you warm. Your kids
should also wear a turtleneck, sweater and waterproof
prepared. Mother Nature has
a mind of her own. Kids should wear a hat or
headband, 80 percent of heat-loss is through
the head. Kids should also wear gloves or mittens
(mittens are usually better for kids who are
susceptible to cold hands).
sure they wear sun protection, even on cloudy
days. The sun reflects off the
snow and is stronger than you think! A ski vacation
with a sun burn is no fun!
should have sunglasses and goggles with them.
Skiing is a lot more fun when you can see. Always
wear eye protection.
buying skiwear, look for fabric that is water
and wind-resistant. Look for
wind flaps to shield zippers, snug cuffs at
wrists and ankles, collars that can be snuggled
up to the chin and deep pockets. Be sure to
buy your children quality clothing products.
sure you child has the name and phone number
of your hotel written down on
a piece of paper and it's in a secure pocket.
If you carry a cell phone, include this number
you've decide what area to take your ski trip,
call the ski resorts in the area and research
how each area's children ski school programs
are structured. Ask about the number of kids
in the class? What if your child gets cold?
What if your child wants to stop skiing after
one hour? Does the ski school offer pagers?
your kids in ski school to get them on the right
track. Children’s instructors
know how to teach kids, it's their business.
Then you'll enjoy skiing with your kids and
they will be proud to show you their skiing
An observance from
a long-time skier is that when his daughter
skied with him, she regressed, as opposed to
skiing with her peers in a lesson. "She wanted
to ski in-between my legs and fell down more
often. We had fun with her being silly, but
a lesson allowed her to focus on her skiing
and she really excelled."
Although it is very
unlikely that your child would get separated
from the instructor, be sure your child has
a trail map and is able to remember the instructor's
Make sure your child
knows when to stop skiing. For example, if the
clothing layer next to their skin stays wet
and they’re chilled, if they’re injured, have
a problem with equipment or even if they’re
simply worn out. Educate them that it’s alright
to stop before the end of the day and breaks
Make a meeting place
if you get separated, for example, at the bottom
of chairlift #2. The walkie talkies now available
are convenient and a big hit on the slopes.
Starting your kids
early, opens a world of adventure, fun, laughter
and beautiful scenery unsurpassed, from many
other sports and interests. It's a tremendous
feeling to learn that your kids' fondest childhood
memories were of your family ski vacations and
now skiing has become an important element in
their lives. Your kids will be forever grateful
to you when they become adults!
DID YOU KNOW:
Nationally, 43 percent
of skiers and snowboarders are part of a family
with children (living at home), according to
the NSAA National Demographic Study.
In 2000, when parents
were asked what their kids do on the slopes
(kids would be 15 years and under), parents
say that 66 percent of their children ski only,
30 percent snowboard only, 19 percent do both
and 10 percent don’t do either (may be too young),
according to the National Skier/Boarder Opinion
Of all the children
on the slopes, 13 percent are under age 5 years,
41 percent are between the ages of 5 and 10
years and another 46 percent are between the
ages of 11 and 15 years), according to the National
Skier/Boarder Opinion Survey.
the National Ski Areas Association
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