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Greek Peak Mountain Resort: Located near Cortland, Greek Peak is one of New York’s favorite family ski resorts. Greek Peak has approximately 257 skiable acres with 32 runs, all served by six chairlifts. At Greek Peak, you’ll find terrain for skiers and riders of all ability levels. There are even three terrain parks that offer unique and innovative features for beginners, so it’s a great place to learn tricks and practice jibbing. With such a wide variety of terrain, Greek Peak is truly a place for families. The resort gets more than 122 inches of snow annually. Find great deals on Greek Peak Mountain Resort discount lift tickets (group and individual) here. Greek Peak Mountain Resort welcomes corporate groups with discounted rates on lift tickets, rentals, and lessons at GetSkiTickets.com!

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Snow report for Greek Peak Mountain Resort:

Open for Summer Fun

Last available report: April 8, 2014, 4:50 pm

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Snow Last 48 Hours Lifts Open
0" 0 of 8
Last Snows Trails Open
2" (Mar 26, ) 2" (Mar 25, ) 0 of 32

Lift Elevation: 2100ft / 640m

Vertical Drop: 952ft / 290m

Base Elevation: 1148ft / 350m

Beginner Trails: 13

Intermediate Trails: 9

Advanced Trails: 10

Expert Trails: 0


Skier & Rider Resort Reviews For Greek Peak Mountain Resort

2 reviews on “Greek Peak Mountain Resort

  1. Pros : 40 minutes from Binghamton, plenty of slopes to ride in only a few hours.
    Cons : A lot different from Fresh powder snow compared to machine-made snow, too busy at night & on the weekends.

    I’ve been going snowboarding here for almost 20 years, so I’ve learned the best time of day and best days of the week to go without having to worry about how crowded some of the slopes can be. I’ve been to several different mountains, which have a lot more fresh powder snow due to their higher altitudes, and Greek Peak’s machine-made snow is a much different experience from fresh powder snowboarding. But all-in-all, for the price of a Season Pass at Student Discount, it is well worth the month when you live close by! The parks are a little too icy and make take-offs and landings a little harder to control. But they are great for beginners to learn on for when they gain the experience and come across much larger parks at different mountains (like Windham, or Killington). I love Greek Peak. So I would give it a 4 out of 5 stars!

  2. Pros : Close to my home town.
    Cons : Smaller resort.

    Greak Peak is a fun little resort. I’ll be back this spring!

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