Sunday Outing; No Snow, But Hunter Mountain Is Busy Anyway
HUNTER, N.Y.— The chairlift runs up the mountain, ski trails are open and the base lodge is full of people. But one thing is missing: snow.
Hunter Mountain, a 128-mile drive from New York City, bills itself as "the snowmaking capital of the world." But it does not come alive only in winter. In summer it offers an array of activities from music festivals to mountain biking.