Peek'n Peak

Peek'n Peak, New York

Elevation

Base
1400 feet
Base
Summit
1800 feet
Summit
Vertical Drop
400 feet
Vertical Drop

Lifts

Triple Chairs
8
Triple Chairs
Surface Lifts
2
Surface Lifts

Terrain

Beginner Runs
30 %
Beginner Runs
Intermediate Runs
45 %
Intermediate Runs
Advanced Runs
15 %
Advanced Runs
Expert Runs
10 %
Expert Runs
Total Runs
27
Total Runs
Terrain Parks
4
Terrain Parks
Longest Run
2 miles
Longest Run
Skiable Terrain
110 acres
Skiable Terrain
Snowmaking Area
110 acres
Snowmaking Area

Opening and closing dates

Season Open Date Close Date
2017/2018 12/14/2017 (estimated) 03/26/2018 (estimated)
2016/2017 12/16/2016 03/26/2017
2015/2016 12/26/2015 03/16/2016
2014/2015 11/28/2014 04/04/2015

Lift ticket and season pass prices

Category Age restrictions Price (USD unless otherwise stated)
Adult 12 - 64 $59
Child 5 & under Free
Child 6 - 11 $46
Senior 65 & over $36
Season Pass
(Infinity Pass)
$599

Overall Rating

3.0 / 5 based on 2 reviews
Paul Pitts from Utah

If you are coming to Utah from out of town, enjoy apres skiing, want some decent skiing and have a lot of money to spend then you should go to Park City. Now that Vail has taken over I can't afford skiing at Park City very often. I learned to ski at the old Park West/Wolf Mountain/The Canyons so it's a sentimental place to me. It is now part of Park City connected by a new gondola It is also one of the largest resorts in the U.S. I ski around all the resorts nowadays and enjoy many things about Park City. I like the big wide open runs, the early season snow making, the great food that can be found on and off the mountain. Lot's of ski in ski out lodging and great apres skiing as well as night life. great if you have a family as well. The snow quality is not quite up to that you find in the Cottonwood Canyon resorts ( I'm kind of spoiled skiing the greatest snow on earth as they say )unless you travel up to the upper lifts, especially Jupiter lift. traffic is starting to get bad at rush hour but if your staying at or near the resort then there's a good shuttle system and it's not a big deal. You can eat at some world class restaurants and find lot's of awesome live music on old main street. I'm a local and it's all about the skiing and I can sleep in my own bed each night so I prefer Alta and Snowbird. But if you want a well rounded ski vacation Park City is great with a good variety of terrain.

Posted on Oct 14, 2017
Jason R Lezark from New York

This is a nice little hill for beginners and those just looking to get out for some runs close to Buffalo, Jamestown or Olean in SW NY or Erie. Boarder/ski cross course setup is interesting.

Posted on Oct 14, 2017