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Latest News: Closed Monday - Wednesday. We will re-open for daily operations on Thursday, 12/14, at 9 am, with expanded terrain. Snowmaking in progress whenever conditions permit. 
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Enjoy the thrills and challenges of park skiing and snowboarding at Jiminy Peak! We have 3 parks located around the mountain for skiers and riders of all abilities. We encourage all park users to view the NSAA Smart Style video on Freestyle Terrain Safety, below. Please be aware that Resort Rules prohibit inverted aerials in any of our terrain parks.    

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Anyone competing in a freestyle event (rail jam) at Jiminy Peak must present a signed Event Wavier Form, prior to competition. Those competitors under the age of 18 must have the Event Wavier signed by a parent or legal guardian. 

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Coyote Ridge (Large Park)

Coyote Ridge is located at the top of the Ace of Spades trail, and is accessed by the Grand Slam chair, the Summit Triple or the Berkshire Express providing some of the best park skiing and snowboarding in New England. Coyote is our large park, and contains large terrain park features. Helmets are strongly recommended, and inverted aerials are PROHIBITED.

Grommetville (Small Park)

Grommetville is located just below the Novice Chair (Chair C) near the top of the 180 trail. It contains small terrain park features, and is a great place for skiers and riders to practice skills and build confidence before heading to Coyote Ridge. As always, helmets are strongly recommended and inverted aerials are PROHIBITED.

Massachusetts General Law

Section 71 O of the Massachusett General Law requires that all equipment, approved for use on the mountain, have a strap or leash attached for the purpose of restraining or preventing runaway equipment.

Due to the family friendly nature of Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, skis, snowboards or apparel with risque or offensive graphics are not welcome at our mountain. Thank you, in advance, for your cooperation.