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SKY/NY Mountain Safety Guide

Mountain Safety Guide

SKI NY and its member ski areas created the Mountain Safety Guide to educate our guests on how to ski and snowboard responsibly while having a fun experience. Learning and practicing what is in this guide, using common sense and making good decisions will contribute to your safety and the safety of all guests.

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Dear Friends of Hickory,

The team is very excited to share the release below. We have crossed the road to begin our journey towards a brighter future. Hickory's history has been littered with successes and failures, yet you, our skiing community, find a way to keep the dream alive. We hope this new partnership is the start of a new era of more successes than failures and the beginning of a new Hickory for a new generation.  Thank you all for your persistence and patience – including the many hours contributed by volunteers to clear the trails this year and many years prior, to the Hickory Legacy Foundation and its many generous supporters.  See you on the Hill.

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Indy Pass & Unofficial Networks Team Up with Hickory

GRANBY, COLORADO - Indy Pass and Unofficial Networks announced today they have combined efforts to provide financial assistance to Hickory Ski Center in Warrensburg, New York, so the ski area may run its lifts for the first time in eight years.

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Warrensburg, New York

Nestled in the scenic Adirondack Mountains just one hour from Albany is the historic Hickory Ski Center. Founded as “Hickory Hill” in 1945 by veterans of the famed ski troops of the American 10th Mountain Division, Hickory has stood like a sentinel on the banks of the Hudson River for almost 70 years. The spot – at the confluence of the Schroon and Hudson Rivers under the dominating presence of a sheer rock massif – is amongst the most beautiful in the Adirondacks.

  • 1,900

    TOP
    ELEVATION

  • 700

    BOTTOM

    ELEVATION

  • 1,200

    FOOT

    VERTICAL

  • 225

    SKIABLE
    ACRES

  • 80

    INCHES OF
    SNOWFALL

  • 18

    TRAILS W/
    7 ADVANCED