Jiminy Peak Resort, Massachusetts

In the Heart of the Bershires

Jiminy Peak is located in Western Massachusetts in the heart of the Berkshire Mountains in southern New England.

With 45 trails covering 170 skiable acres and a 1,150-foot vertical drop, Jiminy is sure to get your heart racing. The peak has four main lifts (9 total lifts) -- including the state's first quad chair, and a high speed six passenger which means more time skiing and less time waiting.

Twenty one lighted trails offer miles of night skiing which is fun for the whole family.

Shredders are welcome everywhere on the mountain. You will want to hit the spine, gap the picnic table and bust big air on the big kicker at this snowboard park.

From the south, take Route 7 north to New Ashford and turn left onto Brodie Mt Road, or take I-91 or the Taconic Parkway north to I-90. Take Exit B3 to Route 22 north to Route 43 east and turn right onto Brodie Mountain Road.

Jiminy Peak is the largest ski and snowboard resort in southern New England and the only mountain resort in North America to generate its own energy using alternative wind power.

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Mountain Statistics for Jiminy Peak Resort
Base Elevation: 1,250 ft (381 meters)
Summit Elevation: 2,380 ft (725 m)
Vertical Drop: 1,150 ft (351 m)
Skiable Area: 170 acres (69 hectares)
Annual Snowfall: 100 in (254 cm)
Longest Run: 10,560 ft (3,219 m)
Snowmaking: 96 %
Number of Lifts: 9
Uphill Lift Capacity: 12,800 per hour
Types of Lifts: 2 Surface Lifts
1 Double Chair
3 Triple Chair
2 Quad Chair
1 High Speed Six
Number of Trails: 45
Trail Ratings for Jiminy Peak Resort
Easiest: Easiest 22%
More Difficult: More Difficult 45%
Most Difficult: Most Difficult 25%
Experts Only: Experts Only 8%
Trail ratings indicate the relative difficulty of the runs within a given ski area and are not meant to be used for comparison between ski areas.
Area Details for Jiminy Peak Resort
Alpine Skiing: Yes
Snowboarding: Yes
Night Skiing: Yes
Terrain Park: Yes
Half Pipe: Yes
Nearby Snow Tubing: Yes