Bristol Mountain Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain Stats

Canandaigua, NY  US
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Bristol Mountain Terrain

Bristol has the tallest verticle drop of any ski area between the Adirondack/Catskill and the Rocky Mountains. Longest run is over two miles long. Night skiing and riding until 10 pm. Two terrain parks. The most difficult is close to a half mile in length and includes an in-ground 450' pipe. This mountain is viewed as a hidden secret among skiers and riders that visit for the first time.

Bristol Mountain Snowboarding

Halfpipes: 1
Tarrain Parks: 2

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Bristol Mountain Mountain Stats

Mountain Terrain
Summit 2,200 Ft / 671 M
Base 1,000 Ft / 305 M
Vertical 1,200 Ft / 366 M
Acres 160 Ac / 65 Hc
Annual Snow 110" / 279cm
Snowmaking 97%
Longest Run: 10,560 Ft / 3,219 M
Toughest Trail Quantum Leap
32%
50%
18%
Trails: 34
Night Skiing? Yes
Nordic Skiing? Yes
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts Season/Hours
High-Speed 4: 2
Quads: 3
Triples: 1
Doubles: 1
Surface: 1
Season:
From 11/25/2010 to 4/3/2011
Sunday: 8am - 10pm
Monday: 9-10
Tuesday: 9-10
Wednesday: 9-10
Thursday: 9-10
Friday: 9-10
Saturday: 8am-10pm
Mountain
Summit 2,200 Ft / 671 M
Base 1,000 Ft / 305 M
Vertical 1,200 Ft / 366 M
Acres 160 Ac / 65 Hc
Annual Snow 110" / 279cm
Snowmaking 97%
Longest Run: 10,560 Ft / 3,219 M
Toughest Trail Quantum Leap
Terrain
32%
50%
18%
Trails: 34
Night Skiing? Yes
Nordic Skiing? Yes
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts
High-Speed 4: 2
Quads: 3
Triples: 1
Doubles: 1
Surface: 1
Season/Hours
Season:
From 11/25/2010 to 4/3/2011
Sunday: 8am - 10pm
Monday: 9-10
Tuesday: 9-10
Wednesday: 9-10
Thursday: 9-10
Friday: 9-10
Saturday: 8am-10pm

What's New This Season at Bristol Mountain

New for 2010-11: New Lower North Star Intermediate Trail located to the North of the New Galaxy Express High Speed Quad lift. We also added a new Event Center at the base of the mountain to accommodate race teams and other groups that frequent Bristol Mountain.

Information last updated 10/22/2010.