West Mountain has been the perfect setting for your families’ winter outing for over 50 years. Enjoy West in the warmer months!
IMPORTANT Safety Protocols:
The most important thing to know before heading out this year will be to check the website of the ski area you want to visit well in advance, as specific COVID-19 policies can range depending on the mountain. It's advised that you reserve your lift tickets in advance or check with the mountain directly for their ticket purchasing policy. Midweek skiing is always a good consideration to avoid the weekend crowds.
West Mountain with a vertical drop of 1,010-feet has 31 trails across over 126 acres, ranging from easy, gentle learning slopes to challenging, expert terrain. Don't plan on leaving when the sun goes down! West Mountain offers night skiing on 15 trails allowing visitors to ski for hours longer than at other mountains. Tubing offers 850-feet with a 100-foot vertical drop, 2-3 upper chutes. 555-feet with a 65-foot drop, 4 lower chutes.
Dining at West Mountain includes the West Mountain Bar & Eatery, offering a mouth-watering menu and a huge selection of beverages. Stop in at the newly-renovated cafeteria for a quick lunch or an energy-boosting snack.
What's new at West Mountain in 2021?
- Zip-line and treetop adventure course for the warmer months.
- Scenic mountain top picnic packages
- Scenic chair lift rides, hiking and biking
- Mountain bike rentals
- Birthday parties and group outings
The off-season is a blast at West Mountain!
In the off-season, West Mountain throws open its thrilling Aerial Adventure Park and hosts wonderful events such as the Big & Fat Tire Bike Race, Countryman Challenge 5k Obstacle Race, Over the Top 10k Bike, and 5k Run. The Fall Festival takes place in October. Activities include scenic lift rides, hiking, and downhill mountain biking. For your special day consider a Mountain Wedding.