Peek'n Peak

Peek n peak
Jack Lee
SnowPak Local Insider
Jack Lee



Nestled in the far Southwestern corner of NY near Erie, PA, Peek n' Peak benefits from good lake effect snow and terrain that is not very challenging but playful and fun. The mountain is well spaced out and easy to get around and it never feels too packed in line or on the runs. Check out Après ski in the lodge is a good time and drinks are priced reasonably. Good discount for college students and military.

17/18 Historical Snowfall

Peek'n Peak vs
Peek'n PeakBelleayre
beginner30 %22 %
intermediate45 %58 %
advanced15 %10 %
expert10 %10 %
total runs27 50
ski area110ac 171ac
summit elevation1,800ft 3,429ft
total lifts10 8
child lift ticketFree Free
adult lift ticket$59 $68
back country-
value for money-
average total snowfall125″ 69″

Peek'n Peak Reviews


3 / 5

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4 / 5

Oct 14, 2017
PPPaul P.
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... More

2 / 5

Oct 14, 2017
JRLJason R L.
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.
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