Gore Mountain begins work on North Creek Ski Bowl Project.
Gore Mountain begins work on North Creek Ski Bowl Project.

Exciting news out of upstate New York where Gore Mountain has started building their new lodge, summer attraction, and lift. Yesterday they commemorated the ground breaking with a slew of high ranking officials on hand including Lieutenant Governor Antonio Delgado.

The new detachable high-speed quad is set to be in operation for the 2024-25 ski season. The lodge and summer attraction are scheduled for completion in 2025. The lodge will be an 18,300 sqft facility with a restaurant and two levels of patios with commanding slope-side views. In addition to winter operations, the lodge is designed to serve as a popular destination all year long.


We commemorated the start of the North Creek Ski Bowl Project with NYS Lieutenant Governor Antonio Delgado, Olympic Authority Board Member and former NYS Senator Betty Little, Sterling Goodspeed, Town of Johnsburg Supervisor Kevin Bean, Warren County EDC Executive Director Jim Siplon, and Ashley Walden & James Bayse from the NYS Olympic Regional Development Authority and Gore Mountain.

In partnership with the Town of Johnsburg and the State of New York, Gore Mountain has begun construction of the North Creek Ski Bowl Lodge, the replacement of the Hudson Quad with a lift designed for year-round use, and a new summer attraction.

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