As Hunter Mountain strides ahead toward the status of a true four-season resort, we continue to offer more and more activities and fun things to do in the "greener" seasons.
There's something for everyone at Hunter Mountain. Outdoor enthusiasts can take advantage of the natural wonders that abound in the Northern Catskills. Miles and miles of state-maintained hiking trails criss-cross the area, offering terrain for short scenic hikes to extended backtrip excursions. In fact, one of the trails known as the Devil's Path is rated as the most difficult day hike in the country.
Below are a number of summer activities available at Hunter. Check back after the ski season for more information!
Zipline and Canopy Tour
Hunter Mountain is extremely excited to announce our newest on-mountain activity. Scheduled to open in the summer of 2010, New York Zipline Adventure Tours will be opening the longest and highest Zipline and Canopy Tours in North America at Hunter Mountain! Featuring over 5 miles of ziplines, these exhilirating tours will offer thrill levels from beginner, to moderate, up through the monster summit zip, reaching heights of over 600 feet above the ground. More information.
Summer and Fall Festivals
For nearly 30 years, Hunter Mountain has been host to numerous summer festivals. From our well-know German Alps Festival and International Celtic Festival to our free Oktoberfests, Microbrew and Wine Festival, TAP New York Craft Beer Festival, we have something for every taste. More information.
Hunter Mountain is proud to offer its Orvis-Certified Fly Fishing School. Orvis is the world's leader in fly fishing equipment and know-how, with nearly 150 years of experience in the field, and our full-service shop features a great selection of gear, apparel, tackle, flies and tying supplies, and much more. More information.
The Skyride offers breathtaking views of the Catskills during the summer and fall months. Ride the Skyride to the summit of Hunter Mountain and enjiy the panoramic views overlooking the Northern Catskills and beyond. On a clear day, you can see the Green Mountain of Vermont, the Berkshires in Massachussetts and the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
The Hunter area makes a great "home base" for hiking the Catskills. Whether you're hiking with family or friends, the beautiful northern Catskills have the trails -- and the scenery -- for you.
The legendary beauty of the Catskills makes the perfect backdrop for a round of golf. The mountains offer challenging courses unlike those found in the flatlands, adding another dimension to the game. Come play the beautiful courses of the Catskills, those situated in the mountains and those looking up at the beautiful peaks.