Jiminy Peak Ski Vacation Guide

People flock to Jiminy Peak every winter because of the great skiing, awesome terrain, and thrilling steeps. People come back year after year because of the friendly and helpful staff, delightful accommodation, wonderful dining, and all around fantastic mountain experience. It’s a beautiful resort set in the lush alpine forests of the Berkshire Mountains and guaranteed to be an experience that will not soon be forgotten.

Ski Levels

The ski resort is located at 2,380 feet and boasts in impressive 1,150 feet in vertical. There are nearly 200 acres more than 40 runs and the longest run spans two miles. Jiminy Peak also has three terrain parks, one glade trail, and two mogul runs. On average the resort receives 100 inches of snow a year has 96 percent snowmaking coverage and offers night skiing and riding every day of the week. There are a variety of great ski and ride lessons available all season long. Beginners, experts, young and old, it’s never too late to get back to school. There are classes offered daily, private lessons available, adaptive programs, as well as a great selection of rental equipment available on the mountain.

Après Ski

Guests also have an extensive array of accommodation and dining options available to them whether it’s beautiful lodging at the base of the mountain or a historic estate, charming inn, boutique hotel or budget motel, the Berkshire area has something ideal for everyone’s tastes. There are a lot of great deals and discounts offered on lodging throughout the winter that helps to make a vacation at Jiminy that much more affordable. Jiminy Peak offers guests a few dining options as well, including grab and go snacks, restaurants and a few bars that serve as a perfect après ski stop. From quick and casual to upscale there is a lot to choose from at Jiminy.

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Riders Guide

Jiminy Peak is located at 2,380 feet and spans an impressive 1,150 feet in vertical. The resort is composed of 200 acres and contains more than 40 runs. The longest trail spans two miles. The mountain also has a gladed trail and two mogul runs. On average the resort receives 100 inches of snow a year has snowmaking on 96 percent of the mountain. It also offers night skiing and riding.

Parks and Pipes

There are three great terrain parks. Coyote Ridge is an intermediate/advanced park and has many large features. Alex’s Park has its own surface lift and contains small, medium and large features. Grommetville is the beginner’s park and houses many small features ideal for those new to park riding and freestyle skiing.

Out of Bounds

Jiminy Peak has a wonderful mountain coaster where riders can control their speed and enjoy thousands of feet of exhilarating track. In and around the area there is plenty of activities including snowshoeing, cross country skiing, ice skating and much more.

Hangout & Hookup 

After an intense day on the slopes kick back and relax at John Harvard’s, located at the base of the mountain, John Harvard’s features delicious pub fare and sublime artisanal beers. Another great après ski option is Christiansen’s Tavern which has an extensive selection of draft beers, great happy hour specials and a fantastic rustic atmosphere.