I recall driving past Bobcat when I stayed in Andes in a race at Bellerye
Looked like it had the most potential from any closed area I've seen except for Tupper
Problem is it's in the middle if nowhere and quite a bit farther from NYC/ NJ than the other Catskill areas.
"It is better to go skiing and think of God, than go to church and think of sport."
Artic Explorer Fridtjof Nansen
I really miss Bobcat. We where there the last season 2005 and years before. My wife really enjoyed skiing there cause it wasn't as steep as Platty which is where we call home now. Snow making is what would be needed as well as an advertising campaign like non other to get the hill off the ground. Millions. It's a sad realization that Bobcat is gone for good , but it is what it is.
The business of skiing is evolving in the Catskills to my dismay. I remember other hills like Scotch Valley,Andes ski center,and the other one near Hunter. We must take advantage of what's left and help promote the sport to make it last.
It would take big$$$$$$
Their are some of the Bobcat vets that hang around Platty now. I've benn introduced to them,but sadly don't remember who they are now some many years later.
It would be like starting from scratch. I doubt any of the buildings or trails have been maintained.