Jiminy Peak Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain StatsHancock, MA US
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Jiminy Peak TerrainJiminy Peak's mountain consists of 170 skiable acres & 14 miles comprised of 45 trails, 7 chair lifts, & 2 surface lifts. Night skiing is open until 10pm daily in the peak of the winter season, with 21 lit trails. The mountain also features 96% snowmaking coverage, 3 Terrain Parks with various hits & rails for skiers &snowboarders, 1 glade trail, & 2 mogul runs.
In the summer, Jiminy Peak offers the most extensive lift-served mountain biking in the Berkshires, considered by many to be the premier choice among mountain bike parks in New England.
Jiminy Peak SnowboardingHalfpipes: 0
Tarrain Parks: 3
A Jiminy Peak Stomping Grounds Park Pass means some of the best park skiing & snowboarding in New England! 1 beginner park, "Grommetville", with small park features; Alex's Park, with its own surface lift, contains features of various sizes; & Coyote Ridge, for experts, contains all large features. Various terrain park events and competitions throughout the season! No inverts allowed & helmets highly recommended! Riders must purchase a park pass & can do so online or by visiting Guest Services.
Jiminy Peak Mountain Stats
What's New This Season at Jiminy Peak
- The Axess Jiminy Card. You may have seen these at other resorts around the world & we are one of the first in the Northeast to introduce this technology. The Axess system uses radio frequency identification, or RFID, to read the cards that will now act as your lift ticket & automatically open the gate to the lift. The system will bring a new level of ease & convenience to the skiing & riding experience at Jiminy.
- Innovations to provide the best on-snow experience possible. This year, Jiminy purchased 40 new snow guns, now covering the mountain with a whopping 441 snow guns. In other words, we’ll open more trails even faster.
- Newly lit Lower Exhibition trail. Now 21 trails will be lit for night skiing until 10pm.
- Coyote Ridge terrain park will move to the Ace of Spades trail allowing for the park to be widened, providing space for more features.
Information last updated 11/23/2014.