3 Ways to SKI3

7300' + of Vertical|230 + Trails|800+ Acres

The Adirondack and Catskill mountains, in New York State, are home to many exceptional winter resorts including: Whiteface, Gore, and Belleayre. Together, they offer over 7,300' of vertical drop and more than 800 acres of skiable terrain across eight peaks. For the 2014-2015 winter season get access to all three mountains whether you are an expert or beginner and save money; SKI3 Season Passes, SKI3 Frequent Skier cards, and our specialty learn to Ski & Snowboard programs including our trademarked Parallel from the Start program.

SKI3 Season Passes

For the ski enthusiast, the SKI3 Season Passes provide unlimited access to some of the most extraordinary mountain experiences on the East Coast and also offer an unbeatable list of season pass perks.

SKI3 Frequent Skier Cards

Our SKI3 Frequent Skier Cards are perfect for the casual winter enthusiast and weekend warriors. With these cards you get your 1st day and every 6th day is free and discounts for every day in between.

Learn to Ski & Snowboard

Whether you're the adventurous type looking for a new and exciting challenge or you're an avid skier or snowboarder trying to encourage your friends and family to join you on the slopes, SKI3 With Me has just what your looking for! Through our exclusive referral program skiers, snowboarders and those new to winter sports alike can earn money towards more skiing and snowboarding, all the while saving their friends money on great learning packages.

Greatest Vertical East of the Rockies|Most Terrain - 9 Sides of 4 Mountains|Excellent Family Programming
  • Trails: 86
  • Lifts: 11
  • Vertical: 3,430 ft
  • Longest Run: 2.1 mi
  • Snowmaking: 98%
  • 20% Beginner43% Intermediate37% Expert
  • Trails: 98
  • Lifts: 14
  • Vertical: 2,537 ft
  • Longest Run: 4.4 mi
  • Snowmaking: 98%
  • 13% Beginner53% Intermediate34% Expert
  • Trails: 55
  • Lifts: 8
  • Vertical: 1,404 ft
  • Longest Run: 2.28 mi
  • Snowmaking: 98%
  • 22% Beginner58% Intermediate20% Expert
Whiteface, Gore, and Belleayre are operated by the Olympic Regional Development Authority.