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Big Plans in the Works at HoliMont

  New Slope Adjacent to WestMont Ridge By Eva Potter A rolling stone gathers no moss and that certainly applies to HoliMont when it comes to enhancing their members’ and guests’ experiences on the slopes and in the lodge. Since April 2015, the largest private ski area in the U.S. has been busy executing $650,000 in improvements. HoliMont generates its ... Read More »

Become a Leaf Peeper

  Check Out the Family-Friendly Happenings in EVL By Eva Potter The leaves on the surrounding Ellicottville hillsides are turning brilliant shades of crimson, copper, gold and eggplant — that’s why you should become a peeper — a leaf peeper, that is. The leaves, along with a slew of fall activities and events, make Ellicottville the place to be this ... Read More »

NIGHT LIGHTS Returns to Griffis Sculpture Park

  By Eva Potter Mark your calendars for Sept. 23 and get ready for a surreal experience when NIGHT LIGHTS returns to Griffis Sculpture Park in East Otto. If you missed it last year, don’t get left in the dark — you’ll have 13 evenings to light up your night. NIGHT LIGHTS is an illumination installation and light show, complete ... Read More »

Katy’s Fly-In Restaurant Now Open

  New Great Valley Restaurant a Crowd Hit By Eva Potter Katy Arena’s food has been the talk of the town since she opened her first restaurant, Katy’s Café, on Washington Street in 2012. And if you loved her first place, you’ll go gaga over her new enterprise, Katy’s Fly-In Restaurant in Great Valley. Formerly known as the Eddy’s restaurant ... Read More »

New Cycling Event Hits EVL Oct. 2–4

  By Eva Potter If you missed Cycling Weekend at Holiday Valley in June, you have another chance to enjoy a fun cycling weekend on the first-ever KindRider Road Trip, Oct. 2–4. The three-day guided tour, sponsored by KindHuman Bicycles, will take cyclists around the scenic EVL area to tackle the hilly terrain and enjoy the gorgeous views. The KindHuman ... Read More »

New Events and Old Favorites this September in Ellicottville

Pumpkins, Music, Alpacas, Night Lights and More By Eva Potter It’s been an amazing summer in Ellicottville and this fall looks to be just as action-packed. This weekend, there’s still time to make plans to attend the annual tribute to Michael Kerns on Aug. 29. Under a Tuscan Moon, a party filled with delicious Italian fare and a decadent dessert ... Read More »

Holiday Valley and HoliMont Prepping for Snow!

By Eva Potter As home to two world class ski resorts, winter visitors to Ellicottville have come to expect a high standard of quality and service from Holiday Valley and HoliMont, and they won’t be disappointed to hear all about the high-tech, creative improvements that are underway at both resorts. Holiday Valley For the 2015-2016 season, Holiday Valley has reinvested ... Read More »

Bring the Whole Family to Ellicottville

  Archery, Food Tasting, Biking, Golf and More Await By Eva Potter There’s so much to see, taste, hear and do in Ellicottville, especially in the summer months. Take time out of your schedule to come and unwind during these great events. Winery of Ellicottville,  Aug. 1 The Winery of Ellicottville is marking its 5-year anniversary and they’re inviting you ... Read More »

NEW – Winter Arts Festival Nov. 21-22

  By Eva Potter Ellicottville is known for showing visitors a good time and providing new experiences, so it’s not a surprise that there’s a new festival with an artistic bent taking place November 21-22 this year. Holiday Valley is hosting the first annual Winter Arts Festival, produced by the Cattaraugus County Arts Council (CCAC). The event, which in past ... Read More »

Farmers Markets Offer Just-Picked Freshness

  By Eva Potter There’s nothing like that first bite of a juicy, just-picked tomato, is there? From roadside stands to weekly farmers markets, the growing season offers an abundance of locally grown fruits, vegetables, flowers, baked goods, honey and maple products, cheese, artisanal baked goods, wine and beer, meat and poultry, and more. Whether eaten out of hand, canned ... Read More »

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