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    Northeast Mountain Sports is your one-stop reference guide for ski areas in the Northeast. Here you will find guides written by avid skiers who call each mountain home. Want to know where to park, what lift to ski when, where are the best glades, and where to eat lunch? This is information ski areas themselves won't tell you, but we think are critical to maximizing your on-mountain experience.

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  • Campgaw

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    • Location: 200 Campgaw Road, Mahwah, New Jersey, 07430, United States Vertical Drop (ft): 274 Trail Count: 12 Chairlifts: 2 Skiable Acres: 23 Night Skiing: Yes Base Elevation (ft): 450 Summit Elevation (ft): 726 Annual Snowfall (in): 45 Website: http://www.skicampgaw.com/

    Introduction

    Located only 20 minutes from New York City, Campgaw "Mountain" is a small learning hill operated by Bergen County, New Jersey. It's a feeder hill that produces many new skiers from north Jersey.

    Trail Recommendations

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    • Beginner
    • Intermediate
    • Advanced
    • Tree Skiing / Glades

    Lifts

    • What to ski when

    Dining and Drinking -- On Mountain and Off

    • Breakfast
    • Lunch
    • Apres
    • Dinner
    • Late Night

    Annual Special Events

    Local Ski Shops

    Where to Stay

    Lift Tickets

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    Great for locals to come after  middle school/highschool and hit the park. Upper lift line and lenape are steep enough to have a bit of fun but are not hard.

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