Ellicottville, New York is a charming little ski town in Western New York with two ski resorts, Holiday Valley and HoliMont. Historic Ellicottville isn't just for the Winter Season as it is a year-round destination with boutiques, restaurants and great shops!
Jump on the SCARIEST HAYRIDE in Western New York. Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings only. Nightmare Hayride is a twenty five minute tractor drawn hayride that will lead you down a creepy haunted path with live scary creatures.
Bicycle riders love the fall. The colorful landscape, the cool crisp air and smell of nature….Ahhhhh. Now add a zig zag course, with a splash of mud.
The EVL Halloween Half will be a fun filled Halloween-themed event on Saturday October 26, 2019. The event will feature a Half Marathon and a 5k. We encourage runners of all abilities to join us! Grab your friends pick out your Costumes and get ready to run!
This gallery specializes in fine art watercolor and mixed media paintings.
Huntington is known for his recognizable and iconic abstract tree paintings inspired by the canopy of local forests. His multilayer painting process melds watercolor with gouache to produce vibrant, abstract images.
Get your hands on all the mountain sports equipment you need at GEAR UP (located on the first floor of the HoliCenter). Staffed with certified technicians, GEAR UP offers complete rental packages for skis, snowboards, telemark, cross country and snowshoes.
Forgot some gear or looking for something new? Don’t sweat it, because SlopeSide shop’s got it. Choose a large selection of gloves, hats, goggles, turtlenecks and helmets, as well as a great line of HoliMont apparel. SlopeSide is conveniently located in the Main Chalet. Call 716.699.4698 to inquire about their excellent selection.
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The highest point in Cattaraugus County is Clare Mark, at 2,430 feet. This mount, in the Town of Allegany off Chipmunk Road, is privately owned, and does not have public access for hiking. Nearby attractions are Rock City Park and Allegany State Park.