Hunter Mountain Resort info

Hunter Mountain is the closest big mountain to New York State. Three separate mountains encompass a wide variety of terrain catering to skiers and riders of all ability levels – from comfortable and spacious learning terrain perfect for first-timers, to steeps and bumps for the seasoned expert, and Empire Parks – there is something to satisfy any skiing or riding style!

Check out this video courtesy of Hunter Mountain Resort


FLIGHT -> Dublin to Stewart International

TRANSFER TIME -> 1hr 30min



Resort Height – 487m (1600ft)

Total Area of Piste – 240 acres

Longest Run – 3.2km

Cross-country – 35km

Snowboard Parks – 1

Altitude of highest ski run – 975m

Top of highest lift – 980m

Total no of slopes – 58

Ski Lifts -10 Chairlift, 1 T-bar, 1 Rope tow


Resort Activities

  • Après Ski options with inside and outdoor deck seating
  • Snow Tubing
  • Snowmobiling
  • Snow shoeing & Cross Country Skiing
  • Zipline Adventures

(These are provided by local operators or other third parties who are entirely independent of us. They do not form any part of your contract with us even where we suggest particular operators / other third parties and / or assist you in booking such activities or excursions in any way such as through one of our representatives when you are on holiday)


Percentage of Terrain – Beginners 30% | Intermediate 30% | Advanced 30% | Expert 10%

Hunter One boasts green and blue trails for beginner to intermediate skiers.

Hunter Mountain offers a variety of terrain, from easy green to double black diamond.

Hunter West rounds out the resort’s terrain with expert-only black and double black diamond trails.


New This 2018-19 Season:

Hunter North joins our expansive terrain as the newest addition to Hunter Mountain. Located on the North Face of Hunter Mountain, this new terrain debuting during the 2018-19 season will feature 5 new trails rated between Green Circle and Blue Squares. This entirely new area will feature an exclusive new entrance, parking for up to 250 cars, and its own high speed 6 passenger chairlift.

The additional 43 acres will be located on the north-facing slope of Hunter Mountain, between Hunter Mountain and Hunter West. Initial work on the appropriately named Hunter North will include the clearing of five trails, which will be predominantly intermediate terrain along with the installation of a high-speed six-person detachable chairlift. The new lift will transport guests from the base of Hunter North to the intersection of the existing Belt Parkway and Way Out trails.