Jiminy Peak is as easy to find as it is fun to ski. We're under three hours from New York City, and Boston, and just about an hour from Albany, NY, and Springfield, MA. These directions will help you find your way from all points.
Valet Parking services provided by Valet Park of America. Cost: $25 for the day. Open weekends and holiday periods beginning December 14th.
37 Corey Rd,
Hancock, MA 01237
From the New York Metro Area:
Taconic Parkway North to Route 295 East, to Route 22 North to Route 43 East*. Four miles on Route 43 to Brodie Mountain Road. Turn right. Watch for Jiminy Peak on your right hand side.
Alternate Route (also from New Jersey):
NYS Thruway North to Exit 17 to I-84 East to Taconic Parkway, then proceed as above.
From the Albany Area:
I-90 East to Exit 8 (DeFreestville, just outside Albany) to Route 43 East*. Continue about 25 miles to our sign at Brodie Mountain Road. Turn right. Watch for Jiminy Peak on your right hand side.
NYS Thruway to I-90 East (Berkshire Spur section) to Exit B-3. See Connecticut directions below.
From Boston and Eastern Massachusetts:
Mass Pike West (I-90) to Exit B-3 (Berkshire Spur section). See Connecticut directions below.
From Western Connecticut:
I-91 North to Mass Pike West (I-90) to Exit B-3 (Berkshire Spur section). Route 22 North to Route 43 East*. Four miles on Route 43 to Brodie Mountain Road. Turn Right. Watch for Jiminy Peak on your right hand side.
Note: Route 43 East becomes Route 43 North in Massachusetts.
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