To Our Canadian Friends,
Happy 150th birthday Canada! We hope that you enjoy your holiday weekend and this milestone celebration.
In upstate New York, we have a strong orientation overall to the north vs. to the south. Many times, as we explain to our stateside friends where Malone, NY is, “near Canada” usually always enters the description. We have a bi-national bond here that can be seen daily, whether through familial ties to the north or Canadian tourism in our region.
Summer is a wonderful time. Blue skies and warm temperatures and tans and swimming. Summer can also be the opposite of a good time. What with bugs and 100-plus degree heat waves there are times that even the non-skier among us might miss winter and the beauty that it brings.
What is there to miss about winter? Glad you asked.
(and get a head start for next season!)
What a year it has been. Mother Nature helped Titus Mountain break records… but not necessarily in a good way. This doesn’t mean, however, we don’t have hope for next season. In fact, this makes us believe that next season is going to be the most powder-filled, sun-shining, awesome season we could hope for. It’s how the law of averages works, right?
We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again—skiers are a hearty breed. We take the good with the bad and keep plugging along until smiles spread across our faces when we find a powder stash. So keep you chin up and we will see you next year!
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
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