Titus Mountain

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Titus Mountain
Location Malone, New York /, U.S.
Vertical   1,200 ft (370 m)
Top elevation2,025 ft (617 m)
Base elevation   825 ft (251 m)
Runs 36
Lift system 10 chairs:
(2 triple, 6 double)
2 surface lifts
Snowfall 150in (279cm)
Snowmaking 90%
Website https://www.titusmountain.com/

Titus Mountain or Titus as it is colloquially known, is a popular downhill ski area spread over 3 mountains of northern New York, 7 miles (11 km) south of the Village of Malone, in the Town of Malone, in Franklin County, New York. The area has a base elevation of 825 feet (251 m), summit elevation of 2,025 feet (617 m) and a vertical drop of 1,200 feet (370 m). Titus is part of the Adirondack Mountains. The ski area boasts 50 trails and glades over three inter-connected mountains. [1] Titus operates 10 lifts, as well as a two-lane tubing hill. [2]


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Coordinates: 44°45′48″N74°14′07″W / 44.76333°N 74.23528°W / 44.76333; -74.23528