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Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort is the premier four season resort in Berkshire County, MA. A resort where ease of the guest experience is paramount, Jiminy Peak has a thoughtfully designed village center with all of its amenities conveniently located on...more
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Our family has been coming to this resort for many years. We stay at the Vacation Village Resort right across the street so its super convenient. Jiminy Peak is a great mountain for families and a great mountain for those learning how to ski. We...More
Visited on February 9 and 10. Conditions were good, but could have been better. Friday and saturday night were both great weather for making snow and they didn't. I little fresh snow would have helped the granular conditions.
Love the mountain though. The layout of...More
This chair lift sets Jiminy Peak apart from other resorts. The uphill capacity is amazing, taking 6 passengers to the top at a time, where a great variety of terrain awaits. The right side of the coral will give you access to the singles line,...More
I love being able to ski 🎿 in the night. It’s a nice spot in Massachusetts. I like to sit near the fire 🔥 pit after skiing. I don’t recall seeing one there. If I’m wrong please correct me. Here’s some shots from a night...More
We stayed for 3 nights at the Country Inn. We were a group of 5. Two children ( 8 and 5 ) and 3 adults. Kids were interested in the snow and skiing. Only one Adult skiied. Our stay was during the week. We found...More
Great place, and so much to do. My husband loves snowboarding so this is his favorite place to be!
We brought our 20 month old, 5 and 6 year old for the first time and we all had a blast.
Jimminy Peak offers “babysitting” options...More
First time traveling with family to the Berkshires. Went to Jiminy Peak on local recommendation and were not disappointed. 11 of us got twilight passes online (saved $3 per person) and the entire process was very easy. Polite staff and plenty of people willing to...More
The Mountain Park can be done in a few hours, if there aren’t long lines. The Aeriel Park would take some time, depending on how many of the courses you want to do, and how long it takes you to do a course. But I think the... More
The Mountain Park can be done in a few hours, if there aren’t long lines. The Aeriel Park would take some time, depending on how many of the courses you want to do, and how long it takes you to do a course. But I think the ticket is only good for a 2 hour session.
Not worth flying just to get to Jiminy Peak! If you are getting on a plane go to Utah. If you are really hankering to fly in and ski the icy Northeast - better off flying to Rutland, VT which gets you to Killington and... More
Not worth flying just to get to Jiminy Peak! If you are getting on a plane go to Utah. If you are really hankering to fly in and ski the icy Northeast - better off flying to Rutland, VT which gets you to Killington and Okemo. Also Manchester, NH for good skiing within 45 to 90 minutes.
My family and I are traveling to the Berkshires next fall. We are planning on staying at Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort in Hancock during our stay. We are planning our trip from 22 September to 4 October. We are hoping to see a good amount of fall colours during our stay. Do you think our timing will be good enough to see a majority of the colours? We have to travel during school holidays so our time is quite limited to these dates. I know we may miss the absolute peak but I am hoping we will...More
April 21, 2015|
You'll be early, but you can drive north as far as you need to. Think of fall color as being in a west-east band that moves south the later in the fall. It has the optimum color. To the south of it, things are still green. To the north of it, color has passed, and it's brown. It will be peak somewhere. Good that you already have the Jiminy Peak reserved at a price that you like. You do, don't you?