Skiing & Snowboarding in Newburgh


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  • Tuxedo Ridge
    At Tuxedo Ridge Ski Center, 25,000 acres of snow-dusted state-park landscape surround eight trails, inspiring riders with scenic views and mountainous sanctuary. Four double chairlifts escort skiers and snowboarders to the peaks of eight powdery slopes, which dedicated trail-sculptors and snowmaking machines have modified to accommodate riders of all ages, abilities, and postmodernist persuasions. A beginners' area helps snowsplorers find their mountain legs, and the black-diamond racing hill and freestyle park challenge skis and boards with steep slopes, kickers, and rails. The rental shop at the bottom of the hill outfits run-tamers with downhill essentials, and a rustic lodge and pub warms bellies and thaws tongues frozen to metal poles with an array of hearty apr?s-ski treats.
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    581 Route 17A W
    Tuxedo, NY US
  • Kite Club NY
    Frozen lakes, snowy hills, and warm ocean waves are transformed into arenas over which to slip and slide, thanks to the experienced instructors at Kite Club NY. During private and group lessons, they teach students how to strap into skis, snowboards, or surfboards, take the reins of a kite, and harness the wind's power. Kiteboarders learn techniques such as riding one-handed, leaping into the air, and even riding uphill.
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    84 Rockefeller Ln
    Red Hook, NY US
  • The Lodge At Windham Mountain
    New Yorkers may have to drive just under three hours north to reach Windham Mountain, but the trip is well worth it. The Northern Catskill resort covers 282 acres of skiable terrain and 1,600 vertical feet, all serviced by 12 lifts. Three restaurants and an Inn round out the alpine offerings.
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    33 Clarence D Lane Road
    Windham, NY US
  • Hunter Mountain Resort
    Hunter Mountain isn’t actually a mountain—it’s three. Skiers and snowboarders of all levels can find comfortable carving on the runs that splay outward from the three peaks, though 40% of the mountain is designated expert or advanced terrain. 12 chairlifts—including the only six-seater in the state—deliver skiers to the tops of their favorite runs.
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    8827 Route 23A
    Hunter, NY US
  • Thunder Ridge Ski Area
    Just an hour from Manhattan, Thunder Ridge is easily accessible for city dwellers. Three chairlifts and four magic carpets serve 30 different trails, including the easy-peasy Thunder Bolt and the more-difficult Eagle’s Lair near the top. If the clouds refuse to be generous, snow makers are ready to blanket the 100-acre expanse with fresh powder.
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    137 Birch Hill Road
    Patterson, NY US
  • Campgaw Mountain Ski Area
    Aspiring snow-surfers can choose one of the latter deals to learn about skiing or snowboarding survival during a 60-minute group lesson, lead by one of Ski Campgaw's highly experienced staff. Afterwards, newly trained students show off their new moves in the beginner's area, where two gentle conveyor lifts can tow them back to the top of the slope. Meanwhile, more advanced skiers can challenge themselves on black diamond slopes, difficult for its steep angles and pursuing suitcase salesmen on jetpacks, while brave boarders can navigate the ramps, rails, and half pipes of the freestyle Terrain Park. See here for up-to-the minute info on conditions and trail closings.
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    200 Campgaw Rd
    Mahwah, NJ US
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