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N.Y. to launch bus service from Toronto to ski resorts

Rochester Business Journal
March 10, 2014

A state-sanctioned bus service from Toronto to be launched next winter will connect to six ski resorts in Upstate New York, including Bristol Mountain Winter Resort, officials announced.

The service from Toronto is to stop at Bristol Mountain in Ontario County, Swain Resort in Allegany County, Holiday Valley Ski Resort in Cattaraugus County, Kissing Bridge in Erie County, Peek’n Peak Resort Chautauqua County and Titus Mountain Family Ski Center in Franklin County.

The Toronto bus will serve a secondary market to service from New York City to 13 resorts in eastern and central New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Sunday while attending the 2014 Adirondack Winter Challenge in Lake Placid.

The New York City bus will stop at nine resorts in the Catskill Mountains, Adirondack Mountains and the Hudson Valley.

The resorts are Thunder Ridge Ski Area in Putnam County, Belleayre Mountain in Ulster County, Plattekill Mountain in Delaware County, Hunter Mountain and Windham Mountain in Greene County, West Mountain and Gore Mountain in Warren County, Whiteface Mountain in Essex County and Catamount Ski in Columbia County.

The New York City service will extend to four resorts in Central New York: Greek Peak Mountain Resort and Labrador Mountain in Cortland County, and Toggenburg Ski Center and Song Mountain Resort in Onondaga County.

Costs and scheduling for the bus services have not been revealed.

(c) 2014 Rochester Business Journal. To obtain permission to reprint this article, call 585-546-8303 or email service@rbj.net.


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