Guide To Jiminy Peak Ski Area

jiminy1 Guide To Jiminy Peak Ski Area

Jiminy Peak (credit: jiminypeak.com)

Jiminy Peak has been operating since 1948 and is now the largest ski resort in southern New England. It generates its own energy using wind power. There are 45 trails at Jiminy Peak.

Getting There:

GPS Address & Coordinates:
37 Corey Rd,
Hancock, MA 01237
413-738-5500
www.jiminypeak.com

Jiminy Peak is less than three hours from Boston. To get there take the Mass Pike West (I-90) to Exit B-3 (Berkshire Spur section). Route 22 North to Route 43 East (Route 43 East becomes Route 43 North in Massachusetts). Four miles on Route 43 to Brodie Mountain Road. Turn Right. Watch for Jiminy Peak on your right hand side.

Hours:

Monday – Friday (non-holiday) 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday, holidays 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Christmas Eve (12/24) 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Christmas Day (12/25) 9:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.
New Year’s Eve (12/31) 8:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Holiday Periods
December 24, 2011 – January 2, 2012; January 14-16, 2012; February 18-26, 2012

Lift Ticket Prices:

Non Holiday Prices
8 hour Adult $61
8 hour Young Adult (13-19) $52
8 hour Junior (6-12) $44
8 hour Senior (62 and up) $44
8 hour Lower Mountain $30
8 hour Toddler Lower Mountain $0
4 hour Adult $57
4 hour Teen $48
4 hour Junior $40
4 hour Senior $40
4 hour Lower Mountain $28
4 hour Toddler Lower Mountain $0
Holiday Prices
8 hour Adult $67
8 hour Young Adult (13-19) $59
8 hour Junior (6-12) $49
8 hour Senior (62 and up) $49
8 hour Lower Mountain $32
8 hour Toddler Lower Mountain $0
4 hour Adult $63
4 hour Teen $55
4 hour Junior $45
4 hour Senior $45
4 hour Lower Mountain $28
4 hour Toddler Lower Mountain $0
Night Tickets (3 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Non-Holiday $40
Non-Holiday 4 hour $36
Holiday $42
Holiday 4 hour $38

Rentals:

Full Day or Twilight:

Skis, boots and poles                                          $36
Snowboard and boots                                          $36
Helmets                                                            $10

4 Hour:

Skis, boots and poles                                         $33
Snowboard and boots                                         $33
Helmets                                                          $10

Wrist Guards Are Free

Lessons:

Learn to Ski or Snowboard lessons includes a beginner lift ticket, 90 minute lesson and rental equipment. Lessons start at 9 a.m., 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. After the lesson, the lift ticket and rentals are valid until the end of the day. Lessons booked online cost $74. Walk ins are $79.

Class lessons are 90 minutes and are for all ability levels. They are offered at 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. They cost $45.

Private lessons are offered at 9 a.m., noon, and 3 p.m. One hour costs $99; an additional person costs $55. Two hours cost $198 with an additional person costing $110. A three-hour class costs $297 with an additional person costing $165.

What Else Is At The Mountain:

The Mountain Coaster is 3,600 feet of twisting and turning through the woods. You control your speed so you can go slowly or up to 25 miles an hour. A single ride is $9; if you purchase it with a lift ticket it’s $7.

Comments

One Comment

  1. newenglandgirl says:

    since when is there an exit B 3 off the pike?

  2. BerkshireBill says:

    It’s after exit 1 but not yet into New York state.

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