High Peak Advantage
in the Adirondacks

First tracks can be your tracks every day (without the lines) on Bassett Mountain in Upstate New York.

Once again this season, the Adirondacks is having another great winter, with deep snows and consistent low temps ideal for outdoor recreation. Alpine, Nordic, and back-country skiing, snow shoeing, ice climbing, and pond hockey have all been excellent this year. Wouldn’t it be nice if all of it were waiting right there outside your back (and front) doors?

Located in an area known worldwide for its winter sports, Bassett Mountain offers a plethora of snow activities and much more. Formerly known as Paleface Mountain, Bassett Mountain has full coverage and powder conditions. In fact, its neighbor, Whiteface Mountain in Lake Placid, was the venue for two previous Winter Olympics Games. The classic, c.1960’s family ski area has been completely renovated and converted for year-round living. You’ll never want to leave this 1,000-acre private retreat.

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This historic family ski area’s lodge has been converted for family fitness and guest facilities.

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The modern, grand house sits on top of the mountain.

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Bassett Mountain offers 360-degree views of the Adirondack High Peaks, including the Olympic Mountain, Whiteface.

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The property features 1,000 acres with Nordic and mountain bike trails in Wilmington, NY—also famous for its world-class fly fishing and close proximity to Lake Placid.


To arrange a guided tour of this rare and unique property, or to inquire about other LandVest Adirondack properties, contact:

Vinny McClelland at vmcclelland@landvest.com or 518-576-2297