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Bristol Mountain

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Bristol Mountain is the premier resort located in the Western Finger Lakes Region of Upstate New York. The resort sits on a base elevation of 1,000 feet and rises to a 2,200 foot elevation at the mountain summit. Our 1200ā€™ vertical rise allows Bristol Mountain to reign as the highest...Read more

Mountain Statistics

STATS

elevation and vertical drop of ski resort
Summit: 2,200 ft
Vertical: 1,200 ft
Base: 1,000 ft
Number of Trails: 34
Acres: 138 Skiable Acres
Longest Run: 2 miles
Snowmaking: 97%
Terrain Park: Yes - 2
Night Skiing: Yes

TERRAIN

difficulty of ski runs black diamond, blue square and green circle by percentrage
18% Expert
50% Intermediate
32% Beginner

MOUNTAINS BY STATE

LIFTS

  • 6 total:
  • 0 Gondolas/Trams
  • 2 Hi-Speed Quad/Other
  • 1 Regular Quad
  • 1 Triple
  • 1 Double
  • 1 Surface

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Bristol Mountain is the premier resort located in the Western Finger Lakes Region of Upstate New York. The resort sits on a base elevation of 1,000 feet and rises to a 2,200 foot elevation at the mountain summit. Our 1200ā€™ vertical rise allows Bristol Mountain to reign as the highest vertical between the Adirondack/Laurentian Mountains of the east and the Rocky Mountains of the west. There are 138 acres of total skiable terrain. Views from the summit and the 34 slopes and trails are breathtaking and provide a variety of inclines for every skier and snowboarder from beginner to expert with 32% of the slopes being novice, 50% intermediate, and 18% advanced level terrain. During our night operating season, 96% of our trails have lighting. To assure our skiers and snowboarders of the best possible snow conditions, Bristol Mountain is proud of its state-of-the-art snowmaking system which covers 97% of the terrain.

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