Wednesday , July 17 2019
Breaking News

Category Archives: Holiday Valley

Feed Subscription

July in Ellicottville: Fun Times for All

By Jann Wiswall Ellicottville has pulled out its red, white and blue to keep the patriotic theme and festival atmosphere going this weekend for visitors and residents alike. Folks of all ages will find more than enough to enjoy, whether you’re into fireworks, concerts, art shows, rodeos, car races, shopping, quiet picnics or all of the above. The Ellicottville Summer ... Read More »

2013 New York State H.O.G. Rally at the Valley

By Sue Whistler Holiday Valley Resort will be going “hog wild” this summer when they host the 2013 New York State H.O.G. Rally. The theme for this year’s rally is “Enchanted Mountain Thunder … Ride all Day, Rumble all Night.” H.O.G. stands for the Harley Owners Group and represents an enthusiastic, diverse group of Harley-Davidson owners, who get together every ... Read More »

COMMUNITY CALENDAR A Calendar of Events for Ellicottville and the Surrounding Communities

Art Roscoe Trails  Allegany State Park  The park offers 18 hiking trails, 3 of which have been developed as self-guided nature trails. Or bike along miles of paved trails. (716) 945-0523.   Story Hour at Griffis Hill Gardens, Griffis Sculpture Park, Every 2nd Sunday at 11am and 3pm A storytelling series for youth and families in a magical landscaped environment. ... Read More »

6 Hours of Power: A Test of Biking Stamina

Hundreds of cyclists are expected at the 14th annual 6 Hours of Power mountain bike race to be held at Holiday Valley on July 14. Complete the highest number of laps in six hours and you will be crowned the champion of the race. Incentives include awards, trophies and cash prizes. The racecourse is a 10-mile loop featuring rock gardens, ... Read More »

Sky High Climbing Forest Grand Opening June 29

ELLICOTTVILLE — a Grand Opening Celebration of the Climbing Forest at Holiday Valley’s Sky High Adventure Park is scheduled for Saturday, June 29 at 10 A.M. Brief remarks and climbing demonstrations will take place at that time, along with a champagne toast. The Climbing Forest is the only one of its kind in the U.S. It was designed by Franz ... Read More »

Connections: Drove 400 Miles to Find the Mountain Coaster

By Jeff Martin I think we are all guilty of traveling too far for vacation when perfectly good and comparable options are in our backyard. A week or so ago, I took my boys and girlfriend to Cedar Point in Ohio, considered to be the best amusement park in the world. With nearly 20 rollercoasters, the park is a feast ... Read More »

June is Jumping in Cattaraugus County!

by Jann Wiswall Think Ellicottville is only fun in winter? Hah! Check out the dozens of activities and events that will keep everyone happy and active throughout the month of June in and around the entire region. May 31-June 2 This is the busiest weekend of the month with tons of daylong and weekend-long activities to suit every interest. The ... Read More »

GOLF Magazine Names Mel Sole Golf School to“Top 25 USA” List

Golf enthusiasts in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Ontario, Canada area have been improving their games for years at the highly rated Mel Sole Golf School (formerly known as Phil Ritson-Mel Sole Golf School). The school is located at Holiday Valley Ski & Golf Resort in Ellicottville, N.Y., which is 50 miles south of Buffalo on Route 219. Holiday Valley ... Read More »

Holiday Valley’s Dave Stringfellow Named National Ski Patrol’s Eastern Division’s Paid Patroller of the Year

Dave Stringfellow is a year round employee at Holiday Valley who shifts from ski patrol activities three seasons a year to a monitor and first aid administrator at Sky High during the summer months. As a full-time ski patroller, Stringfellow has several major off-season patrol related responsibilities. He is the architect of literally miles of fencing that is installed during ... Read More »

Scroll To Top