West Point Ski Slope

West Point Ski SlopeVictor Constant — also known as the West Point Ski Slope — is located next to the US Military Academy in West Point, NY. The ski area has been a recreation center for the military and surrounding community for 80 years.

In 1936, skiing was first came to West Point on a primitive ski slide at Delafield Pond. Three years later, the first trail was cut through the woods at Silver Deposit Hill. The ski area was later named Victor Constant Ski Slope after Army Captain Victor Constant, who was instrumental in developing the sport at West Point.

During the 1940’s ski runs were cut and a rope tow was added. A rustic log cabin with a warming stove was built, and the ski club and ski patrol were formed. Victor Constant operates each year from December to March, weather permitting.

To contribute to the NY Ski Directory’s listing for West Point’s Victor Constant Ski Area, contact us.

West Point Trail Map

West Point Ski Slope trail map

West Point Ski Stats

Summit Elevation 960 feet
Base Elevation 485 feet
Vertical Drop 475 feet
# Trails 5
Trail Miles XXX
Longest Run 3200 feet
Skiable Area XXX acres
# Lifts 2
Uphill Capacity XXX / hour
Annual Snowfall 39 inches