Just a short drive from the Canadian border, Titus Mountain offers incredible family-friendly skiing across three peaks. Enjoy night skiing and tubing, as well as on-mountain events that offer winter fun for all. Find ski packages that help you save all winter long. Ski Big Tupper in Tupper Lake, and Mt. Pisgah in Saranac Lake also offer great terrain and family-friendly skiing.
The Adirondack Lakes Region is home to three downhill ski areas, each offering an incredible array of alpine terrain for beginner, intermediate and expert skiers and riders. From Titus Mountain's black diamond trails, to Big Tupper's no frills family-friendly terrain, Franklin County's downhill ski areas offer incredible skiing and riding at a fraction of the cost of bigger resorts.
Titus Mountain Family Ski Center in Malone
Titus Mountain Ski Center in Malone offers family-friendly skiing and riding on three peaks of off-piste and groomed terrain. Just a short drive from major international cities, including Montreal and Ottawa, as well as Adirondack towns and villages such as Plattsburgh and Potsdam, Titus boasts a laid back atmosphere with plenty of trails to challenge beginner, intermediate and expert skiers.
Offering 42 trails, glades, night skiing and snowtubing, Titus provides a full destination resort for guests.
Big Tupper Ski Center is located in the heart of the Village of Tupper Lake, fitting as it is one of the oldest and most beloved ski resorts in New York State. Throughout its history, Big Tupper has provided a perfect balance of thrilling terrain without the frills of larger ski resorts. Today, the mountain is run as a not-for-profit through volunteer efforts, lift tickets are just $25 all winter long.
Mount Pisgah Ski Center in Saranac Lake
Mount Pisgah in Saranac Lake is small ski hill perfect for beginner skiers and riders, offering 15 acres of skiable alpine terrain. Pisgah's casual, learn-at-your-own-pace philosophy has helped generations of skiers and riders fall in love with alpine sports. Wide, cruising trails provide families and young skiers and riders with an ideal place to practice linking turns and braking before moving on to steeper terrain.