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Drone shot of ski trails at Greek Peak Mountain Resort

Greek Peak Mountain Resort

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Greek Peak Mountain Resort

Snowboarder jumping off a rail

Greek Peak Mountain Resort

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Greek Peak Mountain Resort

Does 55 trails sound like enough to keep you interested? Greek Peak Mountain Resort is the largest of Central New York’s ski resorts, with slopes for starters and challenging runs that will keep you coming back for more. Greek Peak is home to 20 easy or Green trails, 16 Blue trails, 14 Black trails, and five Double Blacks – for the experts in the group. Six aerial lifts and two surface lifts will take you to the top, giving you access to all 220 skiable acres that make up the mountain. A rental shop and state-of-the-art ski & board tuning facility will take care of all your equipment needs, and lessons are available for beginners all season long.


But Greek Peak is more than a ski resort. On-site you’ll find the Hope Lake Lodge hotel, beckoning visitors to stay the night, along with multiple dining options, an outdoor adventure center, indoor waterpark, spa, snow tubing, cross country skiing, and more. It’s a full family getaway, right in the heart of New York State. It shouldn’t be hard to make your mind up (we know you want to visit) – but check out our hours, fast facts, and where to find it below for more information.

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Opening and closing times vary throughout the season. Check the website or call (800) 955-2754 for the most up-to-date information.

Fast Facts

Unique Features: Moguls, Double Black Runs, Snow Tubing

  • 952' Vertical Drop
  • 55 Trails (5 Double Black, 14 Black, 16 Blue, 20 Green)
  • 18 Night Skiing Trails
  • 6 Lifts (4 double, 1 triple, 1 quad)
  • 5 Dining Facilities
  • 3 Terrain Parks
  • 3 Lodges (all have food!)
  • 2 Surface Lifts

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