Thursday, 10 June 2021 13:10

Explore the Great Outdoors This Summer at West Mountain

Aerial Treetop Adventure Tours, Mountaintop Yoga, Outdoor Adventure Summer Camps and More

QUEENSBURY — West Mountain is open for summer fun. Tickets for Aerial Treetop Adventure Tours, Mountain Biking, Mountaintop Picnics, Scenic Chairlift Rides and Hiking are now on sale. Apex Summer Fun Season Passes are also now available. The summer season pass, for ages 7 and older, includes unlimited mountain biking, scenic chairlift rides, hiking and Aerial Treetop Adventure Tours.  For groups of 10 or more, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. West Mountain’s Treetop Adventure Park requires a reservation at least 48 hours in advance for summer season passholders.

Other happenings at West Mountain include Mountaintop Yoga to take place at the summit of West Mountain on Saturdays at 11 a.m. Hot Yoga Queensbury will lead the 60 minute all levels Vinyasa Flow class. Meet outside the base lodge 15 mins prior for check-in and health screen. The cost is $40 which includes lift ticket to and from summit.

West Mountain’s Outdoor Adventure Summer Camps are returning this summer and begin July 5. Eight weeks of camp are offered this year where kids explore the great outdoors as they engage in activities including hiking, climbing and organized games and activities that will strengthen their bodies and minds. For more information and to register visit westmountain.com/camps.

West Mountain is also now booking summer and fall weddings and special events. West Mountain offers indoor and outdoor space for special events. Rent out the West Mountain Bar and Eatery, main lodge or NW lodge, or host your event outdoors/ under a tent with the mountain as the beautiful backdrop.

For more details on summer events and information on event booking visit westmountain.com

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