|SKY HIGH ADVENTURE PARK
at Holiday Valley Resort
One of the most popular attractions in Ellicottville! The aerial park boasts a series of obstacle courses in a 4-acre section of woods near Tannenbaum Lodge. The platforms, which are built high up in the trees, are connected by various bridges and zip lines. The challenge is to figure out how to get across from one platform to the next. Don’t be fooled … it is not all strength; to be successful you’ll need strategy and balance. Sky High Adventure Park also features a climbing forest and a mountain coaster!
Shopping | Dining | Festivals
Whether you’re planning a golf getaway with friends or a relaxing vaca with family, the downtown business district boasts a plethora of enjoyment that you can take in at your own pace - from pampering massage services at Anew Beginning Massage & Spa, to fashionable clothing & home décor shopping at Gado Gado, to daily wine tastings at the Winery of Ellicottville, to fun festivals, unique events, and outdoor concerts, Ellicottville will keep you coming back for more. Go to the website listed above for a business directory and a sneak peek of upcoming festivals.
|KINZUA SKY WALK
at Kinzua Bridge State Park
MT. JEWETT, PA
The Kinzua Viaduct, once the longest and highest railroad viaduct in the world, was partially destroyed by a tornado in 2003. The Skywalk, which invites visitors to “Walk the Tracks Across the Sky,” is an engineering marvel constructed on six of the remaining historic towers. Walk out 624 feet into the Kinzua Gorge at a height of over 234 feet. Hike the trail down to the bottom and you’ll find a park pavilion and picnic tables, making this historic landmark a prime spot for your family reunion or group outing.
|ALLEGANY STATE PARK
2373 ASP Route 1
There's no better place to see the birds soar, watch the leaves grow and get outdoors than Allegany State Park. One of the joys of summer vacationing is camping! Gather around the campfire to hear the noises of the night while you "unplug" with your family. This park has much to boast about being the Largest NY State Park and offering a 24-mile trail system for mountain biking, two lakes, miles for hiking (including the North Country Trail), and just about any other outdoor activity you can think of.
|ROCK CITY PARK
505 Route 16
Rock City Park is a majestic geological spectacle of enormous rock formations and is sometimes called one of the Eight Wonders of the World. This prehistoric ocean floor is the world’s largest exposure of quartz conglomerate and attracts thousands of visitors yearly. Located on top of Rock City Hill, its altitude is 2,300 feet above sea level. Walk among nature’s creations and marvel at the rock formations. Bring your picnic basket and enjoy nature at its finest!
|NY AMISH TRAIL
Randolph to Gowanda, NY
Forget the whirlwind of winter as you adventure on a trail unlike any other you will find! New York's Amish Trail runs along the entire Western side of Cattaraugus County. Venture back roads and enjoy picturesque scenery. Catch a glimpse into a simpler way of life by stopping in Amish homes and shops to purchase handmade products by talented craftsmen. Call the number above for a Free Amish Trail Map and for any questions you may have about the Old Order Amish.