We will be open April 25, 26 & 28 from 12 PM - 6 PM

History of the Mountain

December 1957

Holiday Mountain was opened for its first season by the Town Parks Commission with a rope tow and Poma lift.

1964

The first Poma chairlift was installed in the number 1 area.

1968

1968: Holiday expanded into the number 2 area with the installation of the #2 chair on Turkey Trot and a Poma lift along Roman Candle.

arcade & prize redemption center

EARLY 1990s

Manny’s Run and Bensons Glade are cut into the number 2 area, along with light installation on all three trails (Roman, Manny’s, and Bensons).

arcade & prize redemption center

2000

Mountain was purchased from the Town by a private company.

arcade & prize redemption center

2005

New ski lodge was built in the number 2 area (what is now the “South Lodge”).

arcade & prize redemption center

Early 2006

A detrimental flood destroyed the lodge in the number 1 area.

arcade & prize redemption center

2006

The Arcade building (what is now the “North Lodge”) and Fun Park were developed.

arcade & prize redemption center

2023

Holiday Mountain was purchased by the Taylor Family; giving the mountain new life.

A Family Tradition since 1957

Holiday Mountain’s been the Southern Catskills skiing destination since 1957. Conveniently located just off New York State Route 17 at exit 107, less than two hours from New York City, Holiday is easily accessible for a day trip or an extended stay at endless hotels, inns and short-term rentals in the area. Our wide variety of terrain, 100% snowmaking, lighting on all our trails & tubing slopes – we’re perfect for skiers and riders of all abilities.   

Great things are underway at Holiday Mountain as we work hard to bring this great amenity up to it’s full “fun potential” under the new ownership / management of long-time local skiers & business owners, the Taylor Family. Our long-term plans include a total of 17 ski / snowboarding trails with the reopening of our long closed “northern lodge area” with its iconic chairlift visible from Route 17.  We’ve done a tremendous amount of work in preparation of the 23-24 ski season including reopening of our closed #2 “Turkey Trot” chairlift, extensive drainage and erosion repair, all new snowmaking & lighting, new parking areas and updated grooming equipment. Small parts of a huge project which we’re proud to be part of. We’re hoping you join us for Holiday’s rebirth!

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