Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort

Hancock, MA

Where are we going?

Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort
37 Corey Rd
MA 01237

413 738-5500

What is there to do?

Are you ready to visit the LARGEST ski and snowboard resort in southern New England?

Great, because we're off to Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, offering a TON of snow fun! Not only that, in summer they are home to Mountain Adventure Park, so the fun doesn't have to stop when the snow does!

Set across 164 acres, Jiminy Peak features 45 different trails, ranging from easy to super challenging, with a peak elevation of 2380ft, so there really is something for everyone!

For those little ones who are a bit nervous on the snow, or want to brush up on what they do know, Jiminy Peak offer a number of classes and programs to teach kids how to be awesome out on the ice.

For kids 3 to 14 years, KidsRule Mountain Camps offer all-day programs for kids that include a lift ticket, lesson and even lunch!

Little skiiers over 6 years can try out the Get Skiing and Snowboarding program, tailored to what the individual needs, or there are both private and group lessons that will get you up on your skis in no time!

As well as the trails, there are also fun activities to enjoy, including snowshoeing, a Fire & FunZone at the base of Aerial Adventure Park, where classic games and s'mores are waiting, AND there is 3600ft of twisting mountain coaster! Great for those over 3 years!

So get ready for a snow-tastic day out in Massachusetts, because a TON of snow fun on Jiminy Peak is waiting!

How much does it cost?

Adults: On-Mountain Lift Ticket: $76 - $83 for 4 hours, $81 to $88 for 8 hours

Children: On-Mountain Lift Ticket for under 12s: $56 - $62 for 4 hours, $61 - $67 for 8 hours

Discount: Late season discounts for lift passes

Free Under: 5 years


Need a little extra help?

Give them a call if you have questions about accessibility or questions about disabilities


When can we go?

8:30am - 10pm weekends & holidays (9am open mid-week & non-holidays)

Season runs mid-November to April


Any top tips?

There is nearby lodging to make it easier for you to extend your snow experience into a few days!

I’m Hungry!

Skiing is hungry work, so just as well you'll find a number of places to grab something to eat, including a tavern with nachos, burgers, sandwiches, and wraps, John Harvard's Restaurant with appetizers, drinks and dinner. Kids love the sweet shop, or Crane Lodge with pizza and mac & cheese!

Healthy Eating

There are plenty of healthy options across the food outlets.

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