Longest Ski Season on Record for Titus Mountain Family Ski Center

02 Apr Longest Ski Season on Record for Titus Mountain Family Ski Center

Malone, N.Y. — This Saturday, April 4, will mark the end of the longest ski season that Titus Mountain Family Ski Center has had in its history of being Titus Mountain.

The November 22, 2014 opening of Titus set a record for the earliest that the mountain started spinning their lifts and their final day of skiing this Saturday sets the record at 133 days from start to finish with over 100 days of skiing and riding in-between.

“This year is unusual,” said Dene Savage, director of IT and communications at Titus. “Easter and spring break are early and coinciding with what really are excellent late-season conditions. I don’t ever remember being faced with that conundrum.”

Since 1980, when Titus Mountain came to be after the purchase of Moon Valley, the mountain has normally shut lifts down at the end of March. “Thirty-five years later and the lifts are finally spinning into April,” Savage continued. To commemorate the 35 year mark, Titus will be offering Saturday lift tickets for $35 as well as offering Canadian at par for lift ticket purchases.

More information on the mountain, its history, and this weekend’s trails and conditions can be found at www.TitusMountain.com or their Facebook page.


About Titus Mountain Family Ski Center

Titus Mountain is a locally owned and operated Family Ski Center nestled in the Foothills of the Adirondacks. With 3 interconnected mountains, 36 trails, 11 glades, 3 terrain parks, and a tubing park, Titus Mountain has trail for trail, glade for glade, the best skiing value around. Open 7 days a week and night skiing available 3 nights a week, Titus Mountain has the longest ski day in New York. On Mountain services include 2 lodges, multiple dining areas, mountain rentals, ski and snowboard tuning, and an IBC ski store.

Brittany Taylor, Director of Marketing
215 Johnson Road | Malone, NY 12953
Phone: 518-483-3740 | Fax: 518-483-2031
Email: Brittany@TitusMountain.com

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