I was going to suggest KB but reading their site they don't post their vertical at all and I recall it being quite small the one time I stopped in for night skiing, but that was about 10 years ago and really not enough to base it on. It's also the only place I ever jumped from a chair lift....broke down for a couple hours while I was there and Old Boot and I were the first or second chair from the lifties. We could hear the phone calls and it was going to be down a while, so Old Boot jumped (probably 15 or so feet) and then a couple snow boarders (and maybe a liftie or two) started chanting to me don't "JUMP", don't "JUMP", and I did, after a few scared minutes. I do recall a couple of fun mogul runs and great spring snow conditions. It is very close to Niagara Falls, probably the closest.
BTW, on the Canadian side there is really not a ski hill near enough to Niagara Falls to be worth heading to. Any ski hills that are 500+ vertical are north of Barrie which is a 2.5 to 3 hour drive from the Falls. If you were going to check out the Canadian side just because, it's worth the Drive to Blue Mountain just to view the pure number of runs (not the vertical, which is 720' ). It covers 2.5 miles long of the Niagara Escarpment many varied runs across the distance, and has the highest uphill skier capacity in the world (well so I'm told), at Uphill lift capacity – 21,690 skiers per hour. Warning, this make this place a ZOOO on the weekends. So many people can get on to the hill that it gives a whole new meaning to crowded. If you do go on a weekend, check out the north face for the least crowded runs.
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While Kissing Bridge in not 750', I think some of their runs are longer than holiday valley (except mardi gras). It is about 40 minutes south of buffalo in Colden NY