Look up Cockaigne in Webster's dictionary: the definition is an imaginary land of luxury stemming from medieval times. The word actually means "
"land of delicacies in Old French, which would explain the names of the five ski slopes: Jelly Roll, Macaroon, Marzipan, Kandy Kaigne, and Crackerjack. Located in western New York's ski country which receives about 275 inches of snow per year, this family-oriented ski resort offers slopes for beginners as well as advanced skiers. Slopes are 300 feet wide; they also have 15 foot wide New England style trails. - Christine A. Smyczynski