McCauley Mountain


McCauley Mountain is located 2.5 miles from Old Forge and offers a 633 feet vertical drop, 14 trails, 3,000 to 5,000 feet in length, one double chair lift, two T-bar lifts and two rope tows. It may not be the largest of ski areas, but it will offer a challenge to the best of skiers. Two Olympic skiers have come from Old Forge, including 1975 world professional alpine ski champion, Hank Kashiwa. McCauley Mountain is know as "the most challenging little mountain in central New York". Average annual snowfall is 281" and can be as much as 400". With snowmaking on 65% of the trails, McCauley Mt. is able to offer an average base of 120 PLUS inches and 105 days of skiing on the average.

McCauley Mt. offers 20km of challenging trails, for the cross country skier. That are tracked and groomed, ranging fron Novice to Expert. Through some of the most beautiful woodlands in the Adirondack Mountains.