Hit the slopes at Whiteface Mountain this winter

However you take your turns, whatever your skill level, the Whiteface Region awaits! Book your Whiteface ski vacation today and experience some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the eastern United States. Whiteface Mountain boasts the highest vertical drop east of the Rockies with 96 trails, 12 high-speed lifts, and terrain for any skill level.

The Olympic mountain features nearly 300 skiable acres with two terrain parks, a half pipe, and beginner's mountain for first-timers. From groomers to glades, Whiteface has varied terrain and trails for all ages and abilities. Refresh your technique with a private lesson through the Snow Sports School, or hop on the Cloudsplitter Gondola to access adventurous black diamond runs.

A woman on skis looks out at the sunset from Whiteface mountain

Look out below

At Whiteface Mountain, your lift ticket gives you access to three mountains for the price of one! The resort is made up of Whiteface Mountain, Little Whiteface, and Lookout Mountain. Lookout Mountain's Top Station elevation is 4,000 feet and hosts intermediate and expert terrain only. For even more expert terrain, "The Slides", which open on the basis of specific conditions, gives highly experienced skiers a chance at backcountry-like terrain. 

The views from Lookout are incredible, especially from the long, winding Wilmington Trail. Glades and steeps line both the left and right side of the Wilmington Trail — giving you the chance to dip into east coast woods skiing. Rand's Last Stand offers a nice straight fall line, not at all off camber, creating a truly unique glade experience for both skiers and riders.

A smiling woman before riding down a trail at Whiteface Ski Resort on a snowboard

Whiteface Mountain is very family friendly

With the Learn to Ski or Ride Passport program and the Kids Ski or Ride Free Passport program, kids in 3rd and 4th grade get a lift ticket, lesson, and equipment rental for a $27 processing fee at over 20 participating ski areas, including Whiteface.

When visiting Whiteface Mountain you will experience much more than a ski lodge. Whiteface hosts its own separate park dedicated to kids! Equipped with a selection of learning tools and features including a magic carpet for a fun uphill ride, large animal forms to ski around, and a chair lift. Occasionally, a mountain mascot may even appear for a meet and greet.

Easy access parking and a family lodge complete with food, snacks, and hot cocoa make for a perfect family day on the hill. Whiteface Mountain's Bear Den Learning Center provides ski-over access to the main mountain and lodge for when the kids are ready to stir things up in the Mixing Bowl bunny hill or venture onto the Bear Chair Lift to practice a few turns on the Deer, Fox, and Wolf beginner trails.

Two children in winter coats at Whiteface Mountain Ski Resort's outdoor searing area

Check out the nearby lodging and book your winter vacation today.


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The Early Bird Gets the Turns

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Getting in the Olympic Spirit

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Skiing Uphill and Enjoying the Ride

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What's New at Whiteface Mountain

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High Flying Terrain

Whether you’re looking to send it off huge jumps or just hit some smaller features, the terrain parks at Whiteface Mountain are no joke, but plenty of fun.

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'Tis the Ski-son

When the snow starts to fly, there's snow choice but to start planning your next trip to Whiteface Mountain. Check out these tips on how to make the most of your ski or snowboard vacation. (Pro tip: après-ciate all the mountain has to offer!)

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Stories From the Mountain

Learn about the past, present, and future of Whiteface Mountain, site of exceptional alpine skiing trails and world-class events.

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Four Reasons Whiteface is Better for Snowboarders

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The People that Keep the Winter Going

These are the people that keep the ski season alive! Thank them for the things they do to keep us skiing and snowboarding at Whiteface Mountain all season long.

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5 Ways to Have the Best Ski Season of Your Life

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