Snow makes everything magical in Cortland County. Where you want to stay in and stay cozy or take to the slopes, snow is the key ingredient to the Upstate New York winter experience.
New York State is home to the most ski areas in the entire United States. Capture memories with your family at these local family ski areas with Song Mountain, Toggenburg Mountain, Labrador Mountain, and Greek Peak Mountain Resort. Make a long weekend of it! All mountains are located within a thirty-mile radius of each other.
Not a downhill skier? Try cross-country skiing or snowshoeing at Lime Hollow Nature Center. Founded in 1993 and situated on nearly 430 acres of rolling hills, forests, fields, streams, ponds and more, Lime Hollow offers several sets of adult cross-country skis and snowshoes for adults and children for use on their well-marked ski trail. The trail is a 2.25-mile loop that starts and ends at their visitor center. Take a wintery adventure through gentle rolling hills, open fields, pine forests, and nearby ponds and streams.
Need to warm up? Stay cozy either by the slopes, or walking distance to Historic Downtown Cortland, or cozy in the country, there are plenty of options in Cortland County. No matter where you choose to stay, winter fun and great food will be close by. Visit the Cortland Area Innkeepers website for information on you accommodation options.
Warm up on the inside with plenty of tasty options to choose from. Homemade pasta, creamy mac and cheese, hot fresh soups, from delis, diners, restaurants, and a pubaria…choice range from traditional Mexican to authentic Middle Eastern and everything in between. You’ll find family owned and operated eateries that have been in business for generations as well as national franchises you would recognize from home.
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