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New for 2017/18 ...we've been busy!

finalstretch of snowmaking on lower sHard to believe that Winter 2017-18 is around the corner.  We've been busy, busy this summer with some GREAT IMPROVEMENTS for the upcoming season:

1.  A TON of new SNOWMAKING added to "Shredded Mozzarella" trail, because we're going to BURRY it with snow and make an ALL NEW TERRAIN PARK! 1900 feet of pipe and 21 guns - we're calling it the "21 Gun Salute" to our New Park!

2.  Several Base Lodge Improvements, most notably, we've added an all new egress from completed shredded mozz snowmaking 2the first floor ski school exit area to the second level for easier access to the Learning Center for beginners and skiers in and out of the base lodge.

3.  Expanded Lowest Lot Parking area to make for better ease of access and more room for parking.

4.  All new ski and snowboard rentals to the Platty fleet and we're swapping out some of our older gear.

5.  ALL NEW DUO Blogging Team writing about all things Platty this winter (Jennifer & Isaac). -- Jennifer is a seasoned Platty skier and blogger...and Isaac is brand new.  He met Jen on the Double Chair, talked about his love for the Plattekill Soul that lives here...and offered to team up with Jennifer this year to blog about...Platty!  Stay tuned to our blog pagee-newsletters and social media for more to come!

Don't forget to grab your 2017/18 Season Pass!.

Until next Time - Yours in Snow,
The Plattekill Family


What the press are saying...

A Plattekill Mountain Ski Weekend -- VisitVortex, Winter 2017/18 Edition
13 US Slopes Where Kids Ski FREE
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FamiliesGO!
10 Car Free Weekend Getaways  -- iloveny.com 
Where to Ski Now -- Men's Journal 
4 Top Places to Hit the Slopes in the Catskills  --  newyorkupstate.com

Sowtubing in the Catskills - 4 Great Places to Slide  --  newyorkupstate.com
Avoid East Coast Crowds this Presidents Day Weekend! Overlooked Ski Areas of the East -- unofficialnetworks.com

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  Mountain Stats:

  • Elevation: 3,500 feet
  • Vertical: 1,100 feet
  • Lifts: 4
      Triple Chair
      Double Chair 
      Carpet Lift (Learning Center) 
      Handle Tow (Tubing Park)
  • Longest Trail: 2 miles
  • Average Snowfall: 175"
  • Snowmaking:  75% 
  • Terrain Park: 1
  • Trails: 38

        20% Easier
        40% Difficult
        20% More Difficult
       20% Most Difficult

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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