The melting snows in the high peaks of the Adirondack Mountains fill
the Hudson River with the most exciting white water on the East Coast. The white water rafting during April and May is
classified as III to V white water. This challenging trip through the Hudson River Gorge,
the Narrows, and the Osprey's Nest is only done with licensed guides. New high-tech rafts,
with safety equipment, are used by all outfitters. At Gore Mountain Accommodations we
offer a stay and raft special for our Hudson
river white water rafting friends. This package can be as low as $130.00, per person, in
groups of six or more. Stay at our Adirondack Townhouses or Condo Rentals...
With summer comes some of best kept secrets in the State of New York.
Mountain biking is awesome at the Gore Mountain ski
area, on rural roads, and logging trails. High speed road
biking is a challenge in our area. Miles of deserted highways, with extra
wide shoulders, make our area one of the safest in the State. Many areas are fairly level,
but when you hit the mountains you will know that you are not doing the hills of Long
Historical tours of forts
dating to the days of the French and Indian Wars.
Great Camps, built during the gilded age,
are open with guided tours.
Boat rides on restored boats are available
seven days a week.
Five golf courses are just minutes away.
Gift shops, antique stores, and outlet malls
await your credit card's swipe. Lake George,
with all its attractions, lakeside activities, and cultural
events, is less than 30 minutes away.
The beauty of the Adirondack Mountain
Fall Foliage Season is second to none on our Earth. The vistas along our
highways, lakes and mountainsides are sure to convince you to make this a yearly sojourn.
The Gore Mountain Oktoberfest is one of the
highlights of the fall. The weekend starts with a parade through the historic village of
North Creek, then moves to the ski area for German music, food, and dancing. The crafts
fair, gondola ride to the top of the mountain, and vendors demonstration all add to a
great Columbus Day weekend.
Float trips down are
Hudson River are not nearly as challenging as in the spring, but the beauty of the
colorful fall foliage only adds to this splendid time of the year. Golfing,
biking, hiking and fishing are popular activities for all ages.