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Test your skills on the slopes.

Three ski areas make Cortland County a winter destination. Greek Peak Mountain Resort & Hope Lake Lodge is the largest in the area and truly a destination resort with all the amenities you would expect. Or opt for Labrador Mountain and Song Mountain Resort which offers 40+ beginner, intermediate and expert trails between the two.

Labrador Mountain

A family ski destination with terrain park that has a mix of 20+ beginner, intermediate and expert trails.
6935 Route 91
Truxton, NY 13158

Lime Hollow Nordic Center

Cortland residents often find themselves looking for things to do in our area during the long winter months. At Lime Hollow Center, we encourage you to come stretch your legs and relax your mind on our new cross-country ski and snowshoe trails.
338 McLean Road
Cortland, NY 13045

Marathon Snowdusters Club

Snowmobiling club in Marathon, NY.  Club meetings are the first Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Marathon Fire Station. Please attend and support our club.
Marathon Fire Station
Peck Street
Marathon, NY 13803

Nordic Center at Greek Peak

The Greek Peak Cross Country/Nordic Center at Hope Lake offers you the perfect setting, with a wide variety of trails for all ability levels and a warming hut.
2000 Rt. 392
Virgil, NY 13045

Seven Valley Snow Goers

The Seven Valley Snow Goers snowmobile club is a NYSSA member! Maintaining State Corridor Trail 5A from Virgil to Preble, including Cortland and Homer in lovely central New York.
PO Box 122
Preble, NY 13141

Song Mountain Resort

Offering 24 trails and five lifts over 250 snow-filled acres. Night skiing is available on a number of trails.
1 Song Mountain Road
Tully, NY 13159

Truxton Snowmobile Club

One of the original and oldest clubs in the county, was incorporated in 1972. Early records show 20 to 30 members, with many being families. Activities and interests included hot dog roasts and family rides from a member's camp on a Sunday afternoon with downhill sledding for the children. As more people began riding snowmobiles, the club saw a need for trail development to assure landowner permission for use of their property. Bridges needed to be built and trails needed to be marked. Because there was no New York State trail Fund at that time the club held pancake breakfasts and raffles to raise money for materials needed.     
Groomer Barn
3900 NY-13
Truxton, NY 13158
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