Peek n Peak


Way over on the far western corner of New York you'll find Peek 'n Peak, a four season resort with an old-world feel to it.

The resort's Tudor architecture, anchored by the Inn at the Peak, winding paths, and extensive formal landscaping evoke a graceful atmosphere. That feeling is enhanced by the very names of the ski trails: Nottingham Notch, Sherwood Meadow, and Oxford Way are three examples; all trails are named with this common scene.

Trails drop up to 400 vertical feet from several high points along a ridge, and intermediates especially will like the terrain. They have the most choices and the longest runs. Lift E, a triple, serves some fun cruisers like King Richard's Willy-Nilly, Alan-A-Dale (green circle, and a good showoff run under the lift), Kensington Cross (green circle but a bit more challenging than you'd think), and Sherwood Meadow. Lift 8, another triple, serves a fine trio of cruisers in Nottingham Notch, Finsbury Field, and Willie Wynkin Woodlands.



Hunter Mountain

Hunter Mountain, located in the northern Catskill Mountains, boasts 1600' of vertical, 53 trails, and plenty of uphill capacity with a high elevation of 4025 feet.