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Everything You Want in a Ski Trip Without the Drive

With it’s top notch snowmaking capabilities, family-friendly atmosphere, night skiing, and proximity to NYC, Boston, Hartford, and Albany, Jiminy Peak is a New England ski resort like no other. Our ski area boosts over 45 skiing and snowboarding trails covering over 167 acres. To complement this winter wonderland in Massachusetts, we have created top notch learning programs for guests of all ages and abilities to improve their skiing and snowboarding skills. All of our trails funnel back to the base area making Jiminy Peak the perfect ski mountain resort for parents to feel comfortable having their kids ski or ride here. We also offer loads of family-friendly winter activities off the snow. Jiminy Peak simply has something for everyone to enjoy. Start planning your trip today!

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Our Ski Mountain

Elevation: 2,380 ft

Vertical Rise: 1,150

Ski Area: 167.4 Acres

Average Annual Snowfall: 68 inches

Snowmaking Coverage: 96%

Longest Run: 2 miles

Terrain Parks: 3

Lifts: 9
• a six-passenger high speed lift
• 2 quads
• 3 triples
• 1 doubles
• 2 surface lifts

Trails: 45
 17 Easy
 6 Low Intermediate
  7 Intermediate
   6 High Intermediate
 6 Black Diamond (Advanced)
  3 Double Black Diamond (Extremely difficult)

Snowmaking

Our ski resort prides itself in our snow making capability. All of the guns spread out throughout our ski areas are “Sledgehammers” by SnowGun Technologies that are patented and created in collaboration between Brian Fairbank, the Chairman of the Fairbank Group, and Penntti Nikkanen, a former Skunkworks Engineer. Since installation, our Sledgehammers have drastically reduced our ski resort’s energy consumption while creating a 100% increase in our snow output. With this state-of-the-art technology, our ski areas now offer 96% snowmaking coverage with an average of 3 feet of snow. 

Night Skiing

At our ski resort in Massachusetts just because the sun has set doesn’t mean the fun has to stop. Jiminy Peak offers 21 night skiing / riding trails lit up by LED lights for guests to enjoy. Treat yourself to an unforgettable night of skiing or snowboarding under the dazzling New England starry sky.

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Lift Tickets

Jiminy Peak offers half-day (4-hour), full-day (8-hour), 2-day, and 3-day lift tickets. Multi-day lift tickets also include night skiing / riding until 10 pm through the last valid day of your ticket! Skiers and snowboarders are encouraged to purchase their lift tickets in advance, as quantities may be limited. 

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Season Passes

Jiminy Peak offers three different skiing and snowboarding season pass options - the Anytime Passes, the Zephyr Pass (Sunday-Friday, Non-Holiday), and the Twilight Pass (Everyday 3pm-10pm). College students with a valid ID can also take advantage of our discounted skiing and snowboarding passes. Season pass holders benefit from first tracks (first runs of the day) and discounts on lodging, child care, and retail purchases, as well.

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Rentals

Don’t have your own gear yet? No problem! Our rental shop, located in the Thatcher Building, carries both skis and Burton snowboarding equipment. Equipment is available for pre-purchase online or on a first-come, first-served basis, if you prefer. A valid driver's license and/or credit card is required. Guests under 18 who wish to rent equipmnet must have a parent or gaurdian sign for them.

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Lessons

Are you new to skiing and snowboarding? Or do you maybe just want to improve your skill level? Our extensively trained and tested instructors provide a friendly and encouraging environment for individuals and families to learn how to ski and snowboard. They’ll have you hitting the ski slopes and “shredding the gnar” in no time!

First Time Lessons

This program is designed to introduce guests ages 6 and up to the fundamentals of skiing and snowboarding. Utilizing highly trained professionals, specialized equipment, and Terrain Based Learning (TBL), this program is a great way for anyone to quickly learn to ski and snowboard. Plus it's way more fun!

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KidsRule

Our ski instructors provide a safe & fun learning experience for ages 4-14 in a friendly, skill driven, and confidence boosting environment. Our KidsRule program offers a full day of instruction, hot chocolate breaks, and a lift ticket. We feel confident that after a day with our instructors your children will have a new found love for skiing and snowboarding.

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Group Lessons

Make new friends while learning to ski or snowboard from extensively trained and tested ski instructors.

Private Lessons

For those seeking one-on-one instruction, Jiminy Peak offers private skiing and snowboarding lessons for all ages and skill levels. These sessions are fantastic opportunities to rapidly improve your skiing or snowboarding abilities with personalized instruction from a certified instructor.

Multi-Week Programs

During the winter, Jiminy Peak offers a variety of multi-week skiing and snowboarding programs such as after school or weekend sessions. These lessons are designed to hone and continuingly build upon your skiing or snowboarding skills.

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Adaptive Lessons

Jiminy Peak provides skiing and snowboarding lessons for a full spectrum of individuals with physical, cognitive, and developmental disabilities. Partnering with STRIDEAdaptive Sports, our PSIA-trained coaches work one-on-one with individuals to assess, equip, and teach in order to meet their specific goals, abilities, and learning styles.

Lodging

Nestled in the Berkshires, a getaway to Jiminy Peak offers everything you need, so close to home. Spend less time traveling and more time on the slopes during the winter or enjoying the thrills and challenges of Mountain Adventure in the summer season. When your day is done, take a short walk back to your room or vacation home to relax before heading to dinner at one of our on site restaurants. Jiminy offers all that you need in a resort experience – lodging, dining, shopping and an array of activities and entertainment.

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Getting Here

Our Address

37 Corey Rd, Hancock, MA 01237

Directions

Jiminy Peak is as easy to find as it is fun to ski and ride. We're under three hours from New York City, and Boston, and just about an hour from Albany, NY, and Springfield, MA. These directions will help you find your way from all points. Valet Parking services provided by Valet Park of America. Cost: $25 for the day. Open weekends and holiday periods beginning December 14th - March 8th.

From the New York / New Jersey Area & Points South: Taconic Parkway North to Route 295 East, to Route 22 North to Route 43 East*. Four miles on Route 43 to Brodie Mountain Road. Turn right. Watch for Jiminy Peak on your right hand side.

Alternate Route #1 (from the South): NYS Thruway (I-87) North to I-84 East to Taconic Parkway North to Route 295 East, to Route 22 North to Route 43 East*. Four miles on Route 43 to Brodie Mountain Road. Turn right. Watch for Jiminy Peak on your right hand side.

Alternate Route #2 (from the South): NYS Thruway (I-87) North to I-90 East (aka: Berkshire Spur section) to Exit B-3. Route 22 North to Route 43 East*. Four miles to Brodie Mountain Road. Turn Right. Watch for Jiminy Peak on your right hand side.

From the Albany Area: I-90 East to Exit 8 (DeFreestville) to Route 43 East*. Continue about 25 miles to our sign at Brodie Mountain Road. Turn right. Watch for Jiminy Peak on your right hand side. Alternate Route (from the West): I-90 East to Exit B-3 (aka: Berkshire Spur section). Route 22 North to Route 43 East*. Four miles to Brodie Mountain Road. Turn Right. Watch for Jiminy Peak on your right hand side.

From Boston and Points East: Mass Pike (i-90) West to Exit B-3 (aka: Berkshire Spur section). Route 22 North to Route 43 East*. Four miles to Brodie Mountain Road. Turn Right. Watch for Jiminy Peak on your right hand side.

From Western Connecticut: I-91 North to Mass Pike (I-90) West to Exit B-3 (aka: Berkshire Spur section). Route 22 North to Route 43 East*. Four miles to Brodie Mountain Road. Turn Right. Watch for Jiminy Peak on your right hand side. * Route 43 East in Vew York becomes Route 43 North in Massachusetts.

We Respect the Mountain

Jiminy Peak now runs on 100% renewable energy sources. We are proud of our 1.5 MW GE wind turbine, located near the summit of the mountain, that helps power our resort and ski areas.

Ready to Plan Your Ski Trip?

Since opening in 1948, Jiminy Peak has been southern New England’s favorite ski mountain resort. We are a fantastic destination for families to plan a memorable vacation with ski areas that everyone from beginners to intermediate and advanced skiers and snowboarders can enjoy. So what are you waiting for? Purchase your lift tickets and come enjoy a day of skiing and snowboarding with us. We can’t wait to see you this winter!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the average wait time for lifts?

Generally, guests only have to wait a few minutes in line before they can hit the ski slopes. However, wait times may be longer during popular ski times such as Saturdays and holidays.

When does our ski season typically start and end?

We begin snowmaking as soon as the temperatures permit after November 1. Most years we aim to be open by mid-November. We typically start by operating only on weekends and open our ski areas during weekdays as the season progresses. The season generally lasts into the beginning of April.

What is Parking Like At Jiminy Peak

We offer onsite parking as well as off property parking where we utilize enclosed shuttles to bring people onto property. Our Massachusetts ski resort also offers valet parking on weekends and holidays.
 

How far in advance should you book your trip, lodging, and lift tickets?

Generally speaking, guests can book their accommodations and purchase lift tickets close to and sometimes the same day of their ski trip. However, there are exceptions for high demand periods like Christmas Week, MLK weekend, and President’s Week. During these time periods, we encourage people to reserve farther in advance as we do sell out and our KIdsRule program, in particular, fills very quickly.

Do we offer any packages?

The Day Package includes a lesson, lift ticket and rentals! This package is for sale in the Rental Shop, located in the Thatcher building or at the SnowSports desk, located in the lower level of JJ's Lodge.
 

Are storage lockers available?

Our ski area has lockers available for seasonal and single day rentals, located on the lower level of our lodges - JJ’s Lodge and Crane Lodge.
 

What is our internet and cell coverage like?

We offer WiFi throughout the base of our ski resort and have cell coverage for all major carriers.
 

Does Jiminy Peak Employ a Ski Patrol?

We have full time ski patrol on site with a patrol building located at the base of the mountain as well as the summit. 
 

What are the rules and regulations?

The safety of our guests is our top priority. For a full list of our ski resort’s rules and regulations including uphill skiing, marijuana usage, and drone operation, please refer to our mountain policies page