McCauley Mountain Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain Stats

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McCauley Mountain Terrain

For the beginner through the expert, the 24 trails will challenge and delight everyone. Conservative skiers and snowboarders can enjoy rambling trails more than a mile long from the top of McCauley Mountain. Developing and accomplished snow sliders can progress at their own pace or challenge themselves on terrain evoking "Oh Boy!" to "Oh Wow!" Extensive snowmaking guarantees coverage, and low slope traffic and outstanding grooming means great conditions last longer.

McCauley Mt. was created by skiers for skiers, and maintains a challenging mountain character historic in Adirondack skiing. After teaching skiing in Aspen, Lake Placid, and Argentina, one local instructor notes that everything he's used for 25 years he learned at McCauley Mountain. McCauley offers that much variety and excitement for skiers and snowboarders of every skill and experience level.

McCauley Mountain Snowboarding

Halfpipes: 0
Tarrain Parks: 1

Snowboarding is welcomed on all trails, including the Terrain Park.
Terrain Park features are available from the top of McCauley Mt. on Joe Dunn's Skyride Trail.

McCauley Mountain Mountain Stats

Mountain Terrain
Summit 2,380 Ft / 725 M
Base 1,730 Ft / 527 M
Vertical 650 Ft / 198 M
Acres 240 Ac / 97 Hc
Annual Snow 200" / 508cm
Snowmaking 85%
Longest Run: 5,500 Ft / 1,676 M
Toughest Trail Barkeater
30%
30%
35%
5%
Trails: 21
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? Yes
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts Season/Hours
Doubles: 1
Surface: 5
Capacity (per hr): 3000
Season:
From 12/14/2014 to 4/6/2015
Sunday: 9-4:15
Monday: 9-4:15
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 9-4:15
Thursday: 9-4:15
Friday: 9-4:15
Saturday: 9-4:15
Mountain
Summit 2,380 Ft / 725 M
Base 1,730 Ft / 527 M
Vertical 650 Ft / 198 M
Acres 240 Ac / 97 Hc
Annual Snow 200" / 508cm
Snowmaking 85%
Longest Run: 5,500 Ft / 1,676 M
Toughest Trail Barkeater
Terrain
30%
30%
35%
5%
Trails: 21
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? Yes
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts
Doubles: 1
Surface: 5
Capacity (per hr): 3000
Season/Hours
Season:
From 12/14/2014 to 4/6/2015
Sunday: 9-4:15
Monday: 9-4:15
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 9-4:15
Thursday: 9-4:15
Friday: 9-4:15
Saturday: 9-4:15

What's New This Season at McCauley Mountain

The glade skiing has been improved and expanded. Snowmaking keeps expanding across the facility. three new trails have been added, and a top-to-bottom race trail has been expanded and certified. New snowshoe trails have been developed, including a challenging trail to McCauley's summit, which is certified for races.

Information last updated 11/03/2014.

McCauley Mountain Terrain

For the beginner through the expert, the 24 trails will challenge and delight everyone. Conservative skiers and snowboarders can enjoy rambling trails more than a mile long from the top of McCauley Mountain. Developing and accomplished snow sliders can progress at their own pace or challenge themselves on terrain evoking "Oh Boy!" to "Oh Wow!" Extensive snowmaking guarantees coverage, and low slope traffic and outstanding grooming means great conditions last longer.

McCauley Mt. was created by skiers for skiers, and maintains a challenging mountain character historic in Adirondack skiing. After teaching skiing in Aspen, Lake Placid, and Argentina, one local instructor notes that everything he's used for 25 years he learned at McCauley Mountain. McCauley offers that much variety and excitement for skiers and snowboarders of every skill and experience level.

McCauley Mountain Snowboarding

Halfpipes: 0
Tarrain Parks: 1

Snowboarding is welcomed on all trails, including the Terrain Park.
Terrain Park features are available from the top of McCauley Mt. on Joe Dunn's Skyride Trail.

McCauley Mountain Mountain Stats

Mountain Terrain
Summit 2,380 Ft / 725 M
Base 1,730 Ft / 527 M
Vertical 650 Ft / 198 M
Acres 240 Ac / 97 Hc
Annual Snow 200" / 508cm
Snowmaking 85%
Longest Run: 5,500 Ft / 1,676 M
Toughest Trail Barkeater
30%
30%
35%
5%
Trails: 21
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? Yes
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts Season/Hours
Doubles: 1
Surface: 5
Capacity (per hr): 3000
Season:
From 12/14/2014 to 4/6/2015
Sunday: 9-4:15
Monday: 9-4:15
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 9-4:15
Thursday: 9-4:15
Friday: 9-4:15
Saturday: 9-4:15
Mountain
Summit 2,380 Ft / 725 M
Base 1,730 Ft / 527 M
Vertical 650 Ft / 198 M
Acres 240 Ac / 97 Hc
Annual Snow 200" / 508cm
Snowmaking 85%
Longest Run: 5,500 Ft / 1,676 M
Toughest Trail Barkeater
Terrain
30%
30%
35%
5%
Trails: 21
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? Yes
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts
Doubles: 1
Surface: 5
Capacity (per hr): 3000
Season/Hours
Season:
From 12/14/2014 to 4/6/2015
Sunday: 9-4:15
Monday: 9-4:15
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 9-4:15
Thursday: 9-4:15
Friday: 9-4:15
Saturday: 9-4:15

What's New This Season at McCauley Mountain

The glade skiing has been improved and expanded. Snowmaking keeps expanding across the facility. three new trails have been added, and a top-to-bottom race trail has been expanded and certified. New snowshoe trails have been developed, including a challenging trail to McCauley's summit, which is certified for races.

Information last updated 11/03/2014.

McCauley Mountain Terrain

For the beginner through the expert, the 24 trails will challenge and delight everyone. Conservative skiers and snowboarders can enjoy rambling trails more than a mile long from the top of McCauley Mountain. Developing and accomplished snow sliders can progress at their own pace or challenge themselves on terrain evoking "Oh Boy!" to "Oh Wow!" Extensive snowmaking guarantees coverage, and low slope traffic and outstanding grooming means great conditions last longer.

McCauley Mt. was created by skiers for skiers, and maintains a challenging mountain character historic in Adirondack skiing. McCauley offers that much variety and excitement for skiers and snowboarders of every skill and experience level. Just as important; skiers seeking the comfort of easier trails can relax and enjoy McCauley from the summit on Easier Trails.

McCauley Mountain Snowboarding

Halfpipes: 0
Tarrain Parks: 1

Snowboarding is welcomed on all trails, including the Terrain Park.
Terrain Park features also available from the top of McCauley Mt. on Joe Dunn's Skyride Trail.

McCauley Mountain Mountain Stats

Mountain Terrain
Summit 2,380 Ft / 725 M
Base 1,730 Ft / 527 M
Vertical 650 Ft / 198 M
Acres 240 Ac / 97 Hc
Annual Snow 200" / 508cm
Snowmaking 85%
Longest Run: 5,500 Ft / 1,676 M
Toughest Trail Barkeater
30%
30%
35%
5%
Trails: 21
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? Yes
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts Season/Hours
Doubles: 1
Surface: 5
Capacity (per hr): 3000
Season:
From 12/10/2012 to 4/1/2013
Sunday: 9-4:15
Monday: 9-4:15
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 9-4:15
Thursday: 9-4:15
Friday: 9-4:15
Saturday: 9-4:15
Mountain
Summit 2,380 Ft / 725 M
Base 1,730 Ft / 527 M
Vertical 650 Ft / 198 M
Acres 240 Ac / 97 Hc
Annual Snow 200" / 508cm
Snowmaking 85%
Longest Run: 5,500 Ft / 1,676 M
Toughest Trail Barkeater
Terrain
30%
30%
35%
5%
Trails: 21
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? Yes
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts
Doubles: 1
Surface: 5
Capacity (per hr): 3000
Season/Hours
Season:
From 12/10/2012 to 4/1/2013
Sunday: 9-4:15
Monday: 9-4:15
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 9-4:15
Thursday: 9-4:15
Friday: 9-4:15
Saturday: 9-4:15

What's New This Season at McCauley Mountain

The glade skiing has been improved and expanded. Snowmaking keeps expanding across the facility. three new trails have been added, and a top-to-bottom race trail has been expanded and certified. New snowshoe trails have been developed, including a challenging trail to McCauley's summit, which is certified for races.

Information last updated 11/03/2014.

McCauley Mountain Terrain

For the beginner through the expert, the 24 trails will challenge and delight everyone. Conservative skiers and snowboarders can enjoy rambling trails more than a mile long from the top of McCauley Mountain. Developing and accomplished snow sliders can progress at their own pace or challenge themselves on terrain evoking "Oh Boy!" to "Oh Wow!" Extensive snowmaking guarantees coverage, and low slope traffic and outstanding grooming means great conditions last longer.

McCauley Mt. was created by skiers for skiers, and maintains a challenging mountain character historic in Adirondack skiing. McCauley offers that much variety and excitement for skiers and snowboarders of every skill and experience level. Just as important; skiers seeking the comfort of easier trails can relax and enjoy McCauley from the summit on Easier Trails.

McCauley Mountain Snowboarding

Halfpipes: 0
Tarrain Parks: 1

Snowboarding is welcomed on all trails, including the Terrain Park.
Terrain Park features also available from the top of McCauley Mt. on Joe Dunn's Skyride Trail.

McCauley Mountain Mountain Stats

Mountain Terrain
Summit 2,380 Ft / 725 M
Base 1,730 Ft / 527 M
Vertical 650 Ft / 198 M
Acres 240 Ac / 97 Hc
Annual Snow 200" / 508cm
Snowmaking 85%
Longest Run: 5,500 Ft / 1,676 M
Toughest Trail Barkeater
30%
30%
35%
5%
Trails: 21
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? Yes
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts Season/Hours
Doubles: 1
Surface: 5
Capacity (per hr): 3000
Season:
From 12/10/2012 to 4/1/2013
Sunday: 9-4:15
Monday: 9-4:15
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 9-4:15
Thursday: 9-4:15
Friday: 9-4:15
Saturday: 9-4:15
Mountain
Summit 2,380 Ft / 725 M
Base 1,730 Ft / 527 M
Vertical 650 Ft / 198 M
Acres 240 Ac / 97 Hc
Annual Snow 200" / 508cm
Snowmaking 85%
Longest Run: 5,500 Ft / 1,676 M
Toughest Trail Barkeater
Terrain
30%
30%
35%
5%
Trails: 21
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? Yes
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts
Doubles: 1
Surface: 5
Capacity (per hr): 3000
Season/Hours
Season:
From 12/10/2012 to 4/1/2013
Sunday: 9-4:15
Monday: 9-4:15
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 9-4:15
Thursday: 9-4:15
Friday: 9-4:15
Saturday: 9-4:15

What's New This Season at McCauley Mountain

The glade skiing has been improved and expanded. Snowmaking keeps expanding across the facility. three new trails have been added, and a top-to-bottom race trail has been expanded and certified. New snowshoe trails have been developed, including a challenging trail to McCauley's summit, which is certified for races.

Information last updated 11/03/2014.