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Snow Report

» Last Update: 8:49am, Wednesday 9th April 2014

Jiminy is now closed for the season. Thanks for a great winter and we will see you this summer at Mountain Adventure!

Winter is just around the corner! Check back soon for snowmaking information.


Temperature at time of report
Today's Weather

9.2 mph

Surface Conditions
Average Base Depths
Acres Open
Recent Snow Fall
(Last 24 hrs)
Trails Open
0 open
0 lighted
Lifts Open
0 open
0 lighted


Lifts & Trails


Lift NameDayNight
Alex's Park Carpet Lift Closed
Triple Chair Closed
Grand Slam Closed
Novice Triple Closed
Berkshire Express Closed
Lift NameDayNight
Cricket Triple Closed
Q1 Quad Closed
Carpet Lift Closed
Whites Quad Closed



Trail NameStatusNight SkiingSnowmaking
Left Bank Closed
John Hancock Closed
Deer Run Closed
Easy Does It Closed
Chipmunk Closed
Jiminy Cricket Closed
180 Closed
Roundabout Closed
Glider Closed
Trail NameStatusNight SkiingSnowmaking
Winding Brook Closed
Grouse Run Closed
Outback Closed
Azalea Path Closed
Lower Glade Closed
Merry Go Round Closed
Upper Slingshot Closed
Lower Slingshot Closed


Trail NameStatusNight SkiingSnowmaking
Panorama Closed
Riptide Closed
360 Closed
Lower Fox Closed
Trail NameStatusNight SkiingSnowmaking
Exhibition East Closed
Hot Wheels Glade Closed
The Mogul Thing Closed


Trail NameStatusNight SkiingSnowmaking
West Way Closed
Grand Slam Closed
Willie's Gulch Closed
Trail NameStatusNight SkiingSnowmaking
Raccoon's Den Closed
Out To Sea Closed
Scooter Closed


Trail NameStatusNight SkiingSnowmaking
North Glade Closed
Upper Fox Closed
Lower Exhibition Closed
Trail NameStatusNight SkiingSnowmaking
Bear Crossing Closed
Noreaster Closed
Catacombs Closed

Most Difficult

Trail NameStatusNight SkiingSnowmaking
Ace of Spades Closed
Upper Whirlaway Closed
Upper Whitetail Closed
Trail NameStatusNight SkiingSnowmaking
Lower Whitetail Closed
Wild Turkey Closed
Cutter Closed

Extremely Difficult

Trail NameStatusNight SkiingSnowmaking
Jericho Closed
Upper Exhibition Closed
Upper Liftline Closed

Terrain Parks & Mountain Coaster

Park NameStatus
Alex's Park (Large) Closed
Grommetville Closed
Coyote Ridge (Large) Closed
Mountain Coaster Closed

Please read and understand the Mountain User's Responsibility Code prior to skiing or riding. Be aware that Snowmkg and grooming may be in progress at any time on open trails. Thin Cover or Icy Spots May Occur Due to weather and Skier Traffic. Trail and lift availability are subject to change without notice at the discretion of Ski Patrol.


Snowmaking Blog

Oct 23, 2014

Thank Goodness for..Rain?

Thank Goodness it’s Raining!

We say under our breath. Those four words are not usually in a snowmaker’s vocabulary. But due to this summer’s below normal rain fall, the streams and brooks and yes ground water too, are at extremely low levels. Why should you care? Because without that water there would be no machine made snow…no snowmaking! That is inconceivable!!! How would we ski?

So every rain drop that falls from sky is like a gift from heaven. The snowmaking reservoirs are well on their way to being full and this rain storm will help us finish the chore and we will be ready to pump out some serious snow as soon as the temps drop.

Snowmaking Water…..check

Compressor and water pumps tested…..check

Gun and hoses ready……almost check

Pipelines ready……almost check

Snowmakers……. Still hiring!

The remaining mountain snowmaking projects are in high gear. We have just a few more pieces of pipe to weld, pumps to install and control wires to run. No worries there. We will get it done and be ready.

This season we (the snowmakers) will have the ability to see what his happening at each of our five pump stations on our computer in our break room.

Pressures, flows, amps and temps, oh my.

All without having to travel all over the Resort to get that information- Priceless!

That kind of real time information will allow us to spend more time on the hill, more time getting the most out of the snowmaking system and have each and every gun possible running, making more of the white stuff faster.  The monitoring of all the pump stations is part of a greater plan to automate them too. Soon I hope!

So while we are slogging out in the rain, soggy to bone, we are smiling because we know that the rain is just what we need to enable us to push the start button on the water pumps and compressors and cover the hill in snow! After all, we want to ski and board as soon as possible too.

The target startup date is Friday Night, October 31st, Halloween! Now that’s appropriate!

Think Snow, Think Cold Weather! Think Snowmegeddon!......its coming……..




Deals & Specials


Multi Day Discounts 

Save $10 on consecutive day lift ticket purchases at the Ticket Window or $15 when you buy online! Multi Day discounts are also available on consecutive day lessons (for the same child) for our KidsRule program.

Value Card

Now with direct to lift access! Visit the Value Card page for details and to purchase

Military Discount

We offer season-long savings as a thank you to our active military families. Through the end of February, save $15 off an 8 hour or 4 hour lift ticket; $10 off rentals; $10 off adult group lessons; $35 off  lift/lesson/rental package; $25 off lift/lesson package; and $35 off beginner packages. The second tier for the month of March, the resort will step up the savings, giving 50% off 8 or 4 hour lift tickets, rentals, class lessons and beginner programs. Additionally, Jiminy Peak’s Country Inn will provide a special rate of $99 per night for mid-week/non-holiday periods. Some restrictions apply. Valid ID for each family member required for discount. 

State Days, Men’s & Ladies’ Twilight

Save $8 on 8-hour or Twilight Lift Tickets -

Saturday – Ladies’ Twilight 
Sunday – Men’s Twilight 
Tuesday – New York & Pennsylvania 
Wednesday - Massachusetts, New Jersey, Rhode Island 
Thursday - Connecticut, Vermont

Show valid driver’s license to receive State Day discount. These discounts not valid during Jiminy Peak holiday periods.