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ORDA logoGala, Dinner Show and Fundraiser Planned for February 18th    

Lake Placid Celebrates 40th Anniversary of the 1980 Olympic Winter Games February 13-23, 2020

Lake Placid, N.Y. – On February 18, 2020, members of the 1980 Olympic Figure Skating Team return to the Lake Placid Olympic Center and Olympic Oval to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the XIII Olympic Winter Games

Olympic 1984 gold medalist and 1980 Team USA Olympic Flag Bearer, Scott Hamilton will host the day’s events that start with a 10 a.m. press-breakfast at the Convention Center. This is followed by a 3 p.m. charity skate-a-thon and culminating with an evening gala and dinner at 7 p.m. and show in the Olympic Center, at 8 p.m.

Stone Wall Snowshoe EventOne of the biggest snowshoe events in the US !

Mannsville, NY (January 9, 2020) - Celebrating its 10th year anniversary, the Stone Wall Snowshoe Event on January 26, 2020, is a NOT TO MISS winter event, right here on the Tug Hill. Hosted by Winona Forest Recreation Association (WFRA), this year's event features a "Snowshoe for Charity". WFRA will donate 50% of registration fees and a $1000 grand prize will be awarded to the largest groups' favorite charity!…

Lake Placid 40th Anniversary CelebrationThe Lake Placid Olympic legacy will be front and center during a weeklong celebration beginning February 14

Lake Placid, NY – Forty years ago this February, the Adirondack village of Lake Placid hosted the 13th Olympic Winter Games. The heroics of the U.S. men’s Olympic hockey team’s improbable win over the Russians, known as the “Miracle on Ice,” and speed skater Eric Heiden’s five gold medals helped make the 1980 Lake Placid Games one for the ages, one with an enduring legacy.

The 40th anniversary of the 1980 Winter Games presents the perfect opportunity to celebrate Lake Placid’s rich Olympic legacy - past, present and future. From February 14 - 23, the two-time Olympic village is rolling out the welcome mat and is hosting a full slate of activities that will embody the Olympic spirit - from re-living the opening ceremony and torch lighting, ice skating around the historic Olympic Oval, to skiing with Olympic athletes.

Syracuse - Do Your ThingDestiny USA Teams Up with Central New York's Top Attractions to Once Again Offer a Destination-Wide Summer Fun Pass

Syracuse, NY (June 7, 2018) - Experience Central New York’s top attractions this summer with the return of the  Destiny USA Summer Fun Pass and get access to four of 29 participating Destiny USA attractions, free admission to the 2018 Great New York State Fair, Syracuse Chiefs, Rosamond Gifford Zoo and Syracuse University Football as added bonuses.

Bristol Mountain Super SixFeaturing six US Ski & Snowboard Freestyle Team athletes & Two Olympians

Canandaigua, NY (February 1, 2018)  -- “Every coach at the developmental level dreams someday that their athletes is going to reach the pinnacle of their sport”, Bristol Mountain Freestyle Team Coach, John Kroetz.  For Coach Kroetz, this dream came true this season.  Two of his Bristol Mountain Freestyle Team athletes will be competing for Olympic Gold!…

NYC Snow BusNew York, N.Y. NYC Snow Bus is excited to announce the launch of the 2017/2018-ski season, beginning December 16th 2017. Winter is here, and NYC Snow Bus is ready.

At NYC Snow Bus, we take a customer-first approach, which allows us to focus on building the best ski/snow bus company in NYC. From there we run our service on providing the best mountain experience for our customers. If it’s not by providing lift and equipment tickets in advance, then it’s by to providing complimentary breakfast and drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) on the bus, always keeping in mind customer satisfaction and happiness.

 

New York Mountains and Resorts Covered in Fresh Powder for Skiers and Snowboarders of all Ages

Belleayre, Gore and Whiteface Join M.A.X. Pass Program and Invite Travelers From Across the Nation to Ski New York Trails

Governor Reminds New Yorkers to Enjoy 22nd Annual Maple Weekend Beginning Saturday

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today encouraged residents and visitors to explore New York's world class parks, snowmobile trails, ski resorts and outdoor attractions this weekend following the massive snowstorm that brought nearly 42 inches of snow to areas of Upstate New York. The Governor also announced three state-owned ski resorts - Belleayre Ski Resort, Gore Mountain and Whiteface Mountain - have joined the Multi Alpine Experience Pass program, bringing more skiers and snowboarders from across the United States and Canada to experience New York's ski areas.

Fahnestock Winter Park

Carmel, N.Y. (Feb. 14, 2017) - With recent weather patterns bringing plenty of snow to the Mid-Hudson region, 

Fahnestock Winter Park has opened for the season. The park offers over 11 miles of machine-groomed trails for snowshoeing and cross country skiing enthusiasts. The Winter Park will continue to operate as conditions allow. The public is encouraged to contact the park and check its website and social media pages to stay up to date with the operating schedule.

New York State Registration Requirement and Fees Waived This Weekend for Snowmobiles Registered and Insured Out-of-State
 
Town Registration Fees Waived for All Snowmobilers This Weekend


Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today reminded out-of-state and Canadian snowmobile enthusiasts that this weekend is New York's annual Free Snowmobiling Weekend. Beginning today and through Sunday, state registration fees will be waived for properly registered and insured out-of-state snowmobilers wishing to explore New York's 10,500 miles of trails.

New Project will Create New State-of-the-Art Skiing, Lodging, Dining and Retail Facilities and Year-Round Activities at Gore and Whiteface Mountains

Expand Economic Growth and Investment Opportunities in the Surrounding Communities, Leveraging Up to $80 Million in Private Investment

Attract More Visitors and Make Upstate New York's Winter Resorts Competitive with Other World Resorts

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the state will invest up to $20 million for major upgrades at Whiteface and Gore Mountains to attract more visitors and build on the North Country's bourgeoning winter tourism industry.

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