January 22, 2016

Trips to Ellicottville just got hotter in the winter! A weekend shuttle to the Seneca Allegany Casino!

The Seneca Allegany Casino now offers a weekend shuttle to Ellicottville, NY during ski season for 2016! The shuttle makes stops in downtown Ellicottville and at the gazebo in the Wildflower Association. The new services adds one more reason to plan a ski trip to Ellicttville, New York!

Ellicottville is known for its fabulous two ski resort, Holiday Valley Resort and HoliMont Ski resort as well as year round events, fine dining, eclectic shops and small town charm. This year's ski season got a slow start from mother nature, but things are beginning to heat up now! The casino trips add a destination to round out a full ski trip. Couple it with the upcoming events during the remainder of ski season and you can't beat it!

January 2016 still offers the Ellicottville Winter Blues and Brews weekend (Jan 22-24), which host local blues musicians and local craft brews in the downtown pubs.

February 2016 offers the Your Turn Women's Ski Clinic (Feb 11-12) and the Penguin Paddle (Feb 20) event at Holiday Valley Resort. The cross country ski event, Art Roscoe Loppet, is at Red House state park (Feb 14) and the Snowshoe Scramble was rescheduled for Feb 20 in Glenwood, New York.

March 2016 offers the Mardi Gras weekend (Mar 12-13). The weekend has the Winter Carnival at
Holiday Valley with the resort staff snow sculptures, bands, cookout and more. The every popular Mardi Gras float parade in downtown Ellicottville makes the weekend complete!

Enjoy the new shuttle from the Seneca Allegany Casino to downtown Ellicottville. There is a special stop in the Wildflower Association for guest and homeowners to hop on, which make Wildflower a great place to stay for your trip! See the posted shuttle schedule for times! The stops in Wildflower will be at 25 minutes past the hour.

There is still plenty of ski season left to make a great ski trip to Ellicottville! Ski, dine, shop, gamble all in one great town just got easier thanks to the new shuttle!

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