Titus spans 3 peaks with a vertical drop of 1200 feet spread over 200 acres of skiing and riding.
The mountain operates a total of 10 lifts: two 3-passenger chairlifts, six 2-passenger chairlifts and two handle-tow surface lifts. These lifts service 44 trails and glades, 2 terrain parks, a Learning Center and Snow Tubing Park. Lift lines are rare at Titus.
Upper and Lower Mountain lodges offer warmth, comfort, good food and beverages. The Lower Mountain Lodge was remodeled and expanded in the last few years. Recently, Titus added a new stone patio area with firepits, a band-stand and outdoor seating. Ticket sales, customer service, equipment rental and repair, the retail store and our full-service Learning Center are located at the base of the Lower Mountain. Wireless internet access is also provided at no charge in our Lower Mountain base area. Fully staffed first aid stations are maintained on both the Upper and Lower Mountains. Parking is provided at the bases of both the Upper and Lower Mountains, and our Lower Mountain parking has been expanded for the coming season.
The Upper Mountain trail network is connected to the Middle and Lower Mountain network via a ski-through highway tunnel, as well as a ski-over highway overpass. The Upper Mountain lodge as improved for 2013-2014, with the addition of a new roof, wall-to-wall carpeting and upgraded restroom facilities. 70% of terrain is serviced by snowmaking. New management is committed to a long-range project that will bring continuous improvement to both our grooming and snowmaking. Terrain ranges from green to double-black diamond. The Lower Mountain offers night skiing and snowboarding until 10pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.
Ready for a different kind of downhill? Check-out Titus Mountain’s Terrain Parks. Ride the rails and hit the jumps: there are lots of great features to explore with a Novice Park to learn in and an Advanced Park for more experienced riders. The Parks are open day and night. Helmets recommended.
Tubing is available weekends, holidays and Friday-Saturday evenings. Group rates are offered, and large groups of 50 or more may reserve the Park for a one-of-a-kind private outing during off-hours. There is a warming station at the top for the comfort and convenience of both tubers and spectators. Food, beverages and rest facilities are conveniently located in the adjacent Lower Mountain lodge. You must be at least 42 inches tall to ride a snow tube.
Generations of skiers and boarders have started at Titus. The protected slope of the center is always kept carefully groomed and it features both a surface lift and chairlift designed with beginners in mind. Our teaching staff is competent with all ages and abilities, and is dedicated to continuous development under the guidance of the Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA) and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors (AASI). Lesson plans are available for both groups & individuals. Public and private schools use facilities at Titus to provide instruction to their students.
Moon Valley Maple
Titus built a sugarhouse right next to the Learning Center, with 6000 taps into operation. Moon Valley produces 2000 gallons of maple syrup annually. Late-season visitors to Titus can look forward to enjoying fresh-cooked pancakes and waffles, covered in syrup still warm from the evaporator while soaking-up the sunshine.
by Dene Savage
Titus Mountain Trail Map
Titus Mountain Vertical and Stats
|Summit Elevation||2,025 feet|
|Base Elevation||825 feet|
|Vertical Drop||1,200 feet|
|Longest Run||10,560 feet|
|Skiable Area||200 Acres|
|Uphill Capacity||2,400/ hour|
|Annual Snowfall†||150 inches|
|10 Year Avg*||129 inches|
|10 Year High**||173 inches|
Titus Ski Day Essentials
|Address 1||215 Johnson Road|
|Address 2||Malone, NY 12953|
|Wx Page||NWS ALY|
|Point Forecast||NWS Titus Mtn|
|Health and Safety||What to Expect|