Whiteface Mountain

With 283 acres of terrain covered in fresh powder, Whiteface Mountain is a close competitor with Gore mountain. It has the “Kids Kampus” which is a mountain for the young beginners. It has its own lift and a magic carpet to get the kids up the slope, and staff on site to help the kids hone their skills and work their way onto the actual mountain!

Whiteface Mountain is the fifth-highest mountain in the state of New York, and one of the High Peaks of the Adirondack Mountains. Set apart from most of the other High Peaks, the summit offers a 360-degree view of the Adirondacks and clear-day glimpses of Vermont and even Canada, where the skyscrapers of Montreal.

Rediscover One of the Greatest Ski Mountains in the East

Home to one of the best ski experiences the East has to offer. Simply put, Whiteface Mountain offers more of everything: snowmaking, expert terrain, long, rolling groomers, including the longest single intermediate run in the Northeast, the 2.1-mile long Wilmington Trail. With learning opportunities, more adventure, fun, and off-mountain attractions you can’t find anywhere else, like bobsledding down an Olympic track or groomed Nordic skiing or strolling through the lakeside Olympic village. Whiteface also offers more hotel and dining options than you’ll find in any hamlet in southern Vermont.

In the summertime, you’ll find great activities and adventures for the whole family at Whiteface Mountain, from the Adventure Zone and Downhill Mountain Biking to scenic Cloudsplitter Gondola Rides and 4×4 Alpine Expeditions. In the fall, take a drive up the Veterans’ Memorial Highway to the summit of Whiteface for breathtaking views of Adirondack fall foliage!

“Wonderful ski resort, with huge mountain. One can spend 10 minutes going up and 15 going down! Plenty of trails to keep a skier/snowboarder occupied for multiple days! Rental staff are eager to help and process visitors with speed and efficiency.”

—Mischa Larinov, Google Reviews

How to Get to Whiteface Mountain

Take Amtrak to Lake Placid with bus connections to High Peaks Resort (LPD) or Olympic Center Visitors Bureau (LPA). You can purchase a single ticket from Amtrak including the bus connection which is available from Westport Amtrak station in the Adirondacks. Use Amtrak’s See New York and Save 15% discount!

Many of the hotels and venues in the Lake Placid area also include shuttle service with your room or the price of admission, like the Whiteface Mountain Valley Shuttle.

Or, get picked up from Westport Station and taken to your reserved NYTRAIN Enterprise Rent-a-Car. Click here to reserve your car or call the Plattsburgh office today at: 518-566-0190Or get picked up by the free Amtrak shuttle from Westport Station.