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By: Jamie Edwards

Get to Know Greek Peak Mountain Resort (NY)

Greek Peak Mountain resort, founded in 1958, is one of the largest ski resorts in the state of New York and one of the leading in the ski industry. It boasts 952-foot vertical drop, 2 carpet lifts, 6 chair lifts, 32 trails, and terrain parks. The resort is popular among the skiers from New York state, as well as skiers from the neighboring states and even Canada. It is highly appreciated for its good advanced terrain, a variety of off-slope activities, luxury lodging options, and lake effect snowfall.  
Getting There
The distance between is 244 miles, which is about 4 hours 11 minutes of drive time. In order to get to the resort, you need to take the highway Interstate 84. Drive for about 92 miles and then take exit 4W towards Binghampton (17 West). Keep driving along the highway 17 West and in about 110 miles merge onto the highway Interstate 81 North. Then in about 30 miles take exit 9 towards Marathon. Take U.S. Route 11, and in about 4 miles turn left to NY-392.  
Lift prices: 

  • Weekdays: Kids (1-6) – free, youth (7-14) – $49, adults (15-64) – $49, Senior(65+) – free 
  • Weekends: Kids (1-6) – free, youth (7-14) – $52.8, adults (15-64) – $63.20, Senior(65+) – free 
  • Season pass: One pass – $550, 2 family members – $1,100, 3 family members – $1,485, 4 family members – $1,760, 5 family members – $1,925, 6 family members – $2,009 
  • Any additional family member – $84 
  • College student season pass: from February 17 to September 30 – $349, from October 1st – to the end of the season – $399 
  • Military season pass: from $475 to $775  

General Information 
Greek Peak Mountain Resort has all the conditions for an unforgettable winter vacation. Besides downhill skiing, guests have an opportunity to try cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snow tubing. In the warmer months, there are also plenty of activities to do, including mountain biking, hiking, fishing, playing sand volleyball, boating, ziplining, and others. 

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