Oak Mountain Ski Center

Oak Mountain Ski Center

Experience Oak Mountain

Oak Mountain is a three-season resort that is less than a 5-hour drive from many of New York's metropolitan areas. The hill has terrain suitable for all skill levels at a very affordable rate!

The summit stands at 2,400 feet and offers an outstanding 270-degree view of the surrounding areas. The ski center boasts 22 trails (most are rated easy to intermediate), a 650-foot vertical drop and a quad chair that can carry 3,000 skiers to the summit per hour! The mountain is a skier and snowboarder's dream with a terrain park that will be sure to keep you busy all day!

For those looking for a different adventure at Oak Mountain, the Snow Tubing hill has 4 lanes with a lift. Children love the hill, but you would be surprised how many others enjoy it as well!

The "bunny hill" (beginners area hill) has an easy to use T-Bar and is the base of operations for Oak's outstanding Ski and Snowboard school. 

With the Learn to Ski or Ride Passport program and the Kids Ski or Ride Free Passport program, kids in 3rd and 4th grade get a lift ticket, lesson, and equipment rental for a $27 processing fee at over 20 participating ski areas, including Oak.

In addition, there are a variety of annual events that take place at Oak Mountain throughout the year, including New Years Eve Torchlight Parade and Fireworks, Pond Skimming and the infamous cardboard box race circuit races! During the summer season the Gravity East Mountain Bike races have become a circuit favorite and the 5k & 10K Oak Trail Runner races have attracted a larger number of participants each year.

When you get hungry, the Acorn Pub & Eatery, located inside the base lodge, offers a variety of pizzas, burgers, sandwiches, salads, appetizers, entrees, daily specials and 7 handcrafted beers on tap. Thursday night enjoy the infamous "Mex Econo" menu with several items from south of the border, or come back Friday night for "Fish Camp" for a fresh fish fry menu that can't be beat.

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