Ellicottville’s recently merged football program started the season strongly. Ellicottville/Franklinville unexpectedly ran out 47-15 against Randolph/Frewsburg in the first full week of the Big 30 football season.
Ellicottville is probably most famous for its skiing. Holimont is North America’s biggest private ski club and Holiday Valley is consistently ranked among the top ski resorts
Ellicottville rocks! Everyone knows that, but the weekend of September 15th, 16th and 17th, Ellicottville will really be rocking! The Ellicottville Rock ‘n’ Roll Weekend kicks off
Ellicottville, NY has always been a popular spot for Canadian skiers. Ellicottville is just two and a half hours south of Toronto, two hours from Oakville and
Delma Resorts has announced the reverse takeover of Aydon Income properties. Aydon will acquire Delma Resorts for $50,327,000 and, prior to the closing, will change its name
The forecasts for winter 2017/2018 are coming in and they look good! And by good we mean cold and snowy. The National Weather Service is calling for
“A flock of newly groomed trails, posh condo hotels, and hearty restaurants and breweries have turned a sleepy town into the Aspen of the East.”
— New York Magazine
“Ellicottville styles itself as Western New York’s alternative to Blue Mountain. The destination was recently voted the fifth best resort town in the northeast U.S. by Ski magazine and placed third for dining and après ski..”
— Toronto Star
WHEN the travel writer and broadcaster Lowell Thomas visited tiny Ellicottville in New York’s westernmost corner some 50 years ago, he called it “the Aspen of the East,” a flattering comparison to a favorite Rocky Mountain town. In the decades since, the Aspen of the West became, well, Aspen, while Ellicottville stayed a quaint, rural town even as more and more outsiders discovered the wonders of its winters.