Skiing Holidays in the best Upstate New York resorts
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Glampers will have plenty to choose from at any of the numerous ski resorts that are located in Upstate New York. Ski resorts include Hunter, Ellicottville, and Swain Resort. Guests will have plenty of trails to ski while vacationing in the Upstate New York area. Glampers can also visit the Adirondack Park during any month of the year for some hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, and beautiful views. Head over to Lake Placid for some more outdoor adventure. There is also a Winter Olympics museum here for the 1980 Winter Olympics. These luxury ski accommodations provide the perfect place to retreat after a day of alpine fun, with cozy furniture, and a private fireplace. This is one trip that the family does not want to miss out on. Even for Americans living on the east coast of the US, New York is not the first thing that comes to mind when looking for a skiing holiday, so many choose to go to New Hampshire, Vermont or Maine. But New York has more ski resorts than any other state on the East Coast.
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Best Places to Go Skiing in Upstate New York
New York is not the first thing that comes to mind when looking for a skiing holiday, so many choose to go to New Hampshire, Vermont or Maine. But New York has more ski resorts than any other state on the East Coast. This selection of New York ski resorts for a glamping getaway. New York's largest ski resort, Gore Mountain has a variety of terrain and 100 runs spanning its four peaks. With more than 2500 ft. of vertical, Gore Mountain not only rivals the slopes of the entire east, it's compared to Northstar, Grand Targhee and Arapahoe Basin in the west. Hunter Mountain attracts many skiers. With almost half of the slopes rated for advanced and expert skiers, the resort is a compelling draw for those looking for the best challenging skiing in the area. Its 97 hectares are spread across four faces, keeping the beginner slopes separate from the faster skiers. Whiteface may be located further from New York City than other resorts on this list, but the resort offers something for everyone, from a dedicated ski area for beginners to steep groomers, bumps, runs and trees for experts. No matter where you choose to go, here you will find the best ski resorts for an Upstate NY glamping vacation.