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Southern New England's largest, most elaborate ski resort in the Berkshire Hills, 150 miles (241 km) west of Boston, competes with larger ski areas farther north.


Jiminy Peak, 150 miles west of Boston in the Berkshire Hills very near the New York State border (map), is Massachusetts' largest and most elaborate ski resort.

With 43 trails and 8 lifts (including the only six-passenger detachable lift in southern New England) serving 164 acres on a mountain with a 1140-foot (348-meter) vertical drop, Jiminy Peak is the closest thing you'll find to a Vermont ski resort in Massachusetts.

Lifts include the six-passenger detachable, two quads, three triples, one double and one surface lift. Snowmaking covers 93% of the trails.

The Brodie Mountain ski area has been incorporated into Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort as Jiminy's tubing area.

All the services my might want are in the Village Center: a Children's Center with lots of ski and snowboard lessons, child care for the very little ones, shops, restaurants and snack stands (including a day lodge at the top of the main lift), and a variety of lodgings from the all-suite Counry Inn hotel to a variety of two- and three-bedroom condominiums.

To get to Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, take Interstate 90 (Massachusetts Turnpike, Berkshire Spur) to Exit B-3, then follow NY Route 22 North to NY Route 43 East/MA Route 43 North to Brodie Mountain Road.

Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort
37 Corey Road (map)
Hancock MA 01237
Tel: 413-738-5500

—by Tom Brosnahan

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Above, your welcome to Jiminy Peak.
Below, the Village Center with the slopes beyond.

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