Upcoming Events



January 4: After School and midweek 6-Week Individual Programs Begin

January 4: Monday Night Racing 2021-Postponed until later in the season

January 4: Monday and Tuesday 4-Hr Ticket Specials on Sale (available non-holiday periods)

January 5: Breakfast and Lunch + 2-Hr Ticket Specials on Sale (available Tuesdays-Fridays non-holiday periods)

January 9: Weekend 6-Week Programs and Intro to Race Begins

Monday Night Racing 2021 – Postponed Until later in the Season

January 10: NW Base Area Opens. NW Base Area opens one hour after the Main Base Area and closes one hour earlier. 

February 13: Fire On The Mountain 2021 — This event has been cancelled. 

Date TBD: Slushcup & Cardboard Sled Derby – Details coming soon

Date TBD: Northwest Fest 2021 – Details coming soon
Date TBD: Countryman Challenge 5K Obstacle Race 2021 – Details coming soon

Date TBD: Summer Adventure Center Opens – Details coming soon



Snow Fest 2021 Has been Cancelled. 


Update: As of 12/31/20 We have decided to put MNR on hold until later in the season. More details to follow.

Fire On the Mountain


This event has been cancelled


Please join us at West Mountain for our always popular Slush Cup and Cardboard Sled Derby 2021 from 11am-4pm with Bobby and Susie Dick. Date Coming.

  • 11-11:45am slush cup and cardboard sled derby registration at the front desk
  • Slush cup entry fee: valid lift ticket or pass plus $10 with costume/$20 without costume
  • Cardboard sled derby entry fee: $10 per person/$20 per team
  • Cardboard sled derby design rules (coming)
  • 12pm slush cup begins on the face with live announcing and amazing prizes
    Immediately following is the cardboard sled derby in the tubing park
Northwest Fest


Please join us for Northwest Fest at West April 4-5 from 10am-6pm for fresh air fun skiing on the NW trails, live music outside the NW base area, outdoor grilling and more!


Don’t miss this unique and fun 5K Obstacle Race that combines mountain and ski equipment (such as the b-net crawl that uses bent fencing and the SL forest that uses race poles), and natural elements making this a one-of-a-kind event! This course is fun and challenging for everyone and competitors can walk it, hike it, run it or do a combination. Register as an Individual or as a Teams (4 to 6 People) (ages 7 and over). Partial proceeds benefit Double H Ranch and West Mountain School — two non-profits supporting children and their families.

2021 Event date and time: To be announced
2021 Event Online Registration: To be announced

Main Race Fees
Youth Individual (7-17 years old): $30 by 10am on March 15, $35 by 10am on April 1, $40 by 10am on April 13, $45 after 10am April 13
Adult Individual (18 and over): $35 by 10am on March 15, $40 by 10am on April 1, $45 by 10am on April 13, $50 after 10am April 13
Teams of 4-6 people: $130 by 10am on March 15, $150 by 10am on April 1, $170 by 10am April 13, $190 after 10am on April 13

Registration/Check-In: Inside the Main Lodge 11:15-12:30pm for the Main Race. Registered Participants will receive: Take home bag with a Kind Bar, bottled water, West Mountain Neck Gaiter, a BBQ meal ticket (one per registrant), and one beer ticket for competitors 21 and over.

What to bring: Water bottle, change of clothes and shoes for the after party. Ski equipment not needed.

For Awards/Prize list, click here.


The Fun Race, for children ages 7-11 years old, will begin before the Countryman Challenge main event at noon. Registration and check-in for the Fun Race is at the Main Lodge from 11:15-11:30.

2021 Event date and time: To be announced
2021 Event Online Registration: To be announced

Fun Race Fees: $10 for children (ages 7-11). Register online or at race registration.
Included in Fun Race Fees: Take home bag with a Kind Bar, and a bottled water.
BBQ tickets are not included with Fun Race and are sold separately for $10 per person.

For Awards/Prize list, click here.

Our Health Measures

Since your well-being is at the heart of our concerns, several health measures are in place and we ask for your cooperation to meet the State of New York's recommendations as they are a priority. We remain attentive to developments and operations could vary rapidly depending on the situation. Read more about our Mountain Safety initiatives here.