Fourteen Inches of Snow in the Bristol Hills and New York’s Finger Lakes fell this past weekend. Just what we needed for perfect downhill skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, cross country skiing and other outdoor winter thrills like zip lining. Yes, zip lining.
Ski & Stay
Check out our Ski & Stay package available in the Angell and Wilder Rooms. Stay in comfort and warmth. Enjoy a full hot breakfast. And receive two all-day lift passes to Bristol Mountain. Located just a few miles south of the 1795 Acorn Inn, Bristol Mountain has all anyone needs to enjoy themselves outdoors. Not only to they offer downhill skiing and snowboarding on beginner to double black diamond level runs, they also offer zip lining during the winter. And, we don’t need fourteen inches of snow to fall for great ski conditions. The mountain continues to make snow as long as we are below freezing.
Fourteen Inches Of Snow Not Your Thing
Perhaps we can find you something else to do. How about wine tasting? Wineries are open year-round. Hazlitt’s Red Cat Cellars in Naples at the south end of Canandaigua Lake is offering a Wine and Paint night on January 21st from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. With a vinyl record as your canvas and a glass of wine in hand, instructor Aimee Bergvall will teach you how to paint your own portrait of a fluffy penguin.
Ontario Malls Antiques, located just north of Canandaigua, has over 1,000 dealers. If you are searching for anything specific, you may just find it there. Or, just stroll leisurely through the displays with complimentary animal crackers and coffee. You may just find an unexpected treasure or two. I know I always do.
No matter what your pursuit, come visit upstate New York this winter and stay at the 1795 Acorn Inn. We’ll fix you breakfast.