The past week at Titus Mountain has been anything but ordinary; we’ve been the epicenter of probably the largest national news event of the North Country since the 1980 Olympics at Lake Placid. As the Director of Marketing here, I watched my news feeds, press alerts, and phone lines burst with activity as local and national news outlets scurried to get the breaking news on escaped convicts Richard Matt and David Sweat.
Titus Mountain is one of my most favorite places to be. My office has a window facing directly onto the slopes and whenever I look up from my work, I have a front-row seat for all that’s happening out there in every season of the year.
We like to talk about Titus Mountain’s beautiful natural setting. An important part of that setting are the many wild species that depend on our forests and trails for their well-being. In total, our ski area encompasses over 800 acres of ideal habitat where our feathered & furry friends can find food, shelter, privacy and a safe place to rear their young. In addition, Titus is surrounded by literally thousands of acres of forested land (both public & private) that is also essential for a healthy wild environment.
From The Slopes
We love the snow, obviously. But there's more to the mountain than just the conditions and the trails. Get the insider's scoop on what helps this industry run, from ski shops to snowboard movies, nature hikes to safety tips. Let us know what you think!