McCauley Mountain (New York) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsMcCauley Mountain
McCauley Mountain chair lift, 1973. Photo by Anne LaBastille.
|Elevation||2,280 feet (690 m)|
|Location||SE of Old Forge, New York, USA|
|Topo map||USGS Old Forge|
Opened in 1958, it was the hometown hill of Olympic skier Hank Kashiwa.
The summit of McCauley Mountain is at an altitude of 2,280 feet (690 m). The hill features a 633-foot (193 m) vertical drop, 21 ski trails of between three and 5,000 feet (1,500 m), two T-bar tows, two rope tows, and one double chairlift.
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