2015 OPERATING HOURS
GRAND SLAM LIFT
Open Daily: 10:00 a.m. - Dusk
Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays: 10:00 a.m. - Dusk
2015 TICKET PRICES
Full Day Lift Access: $29
Summer Season Pass $199
Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort Overview
The trails at Jiminy Peak include both tight technical singletrack and open downhill cruisers. You'll find lots of hidden, tight trails in the woods. A good, lift-serviced mountain with no crowds and nice views. Mountain Biking trails are open to experienced riders only. Riding is restricted to marked trails only. All riders must adhere strictly to the rules of the mountain and have their bike inspected by Jiminy Peak prior to riding.
Due to construction on the mountain, trails may be closed periodically- please observe all signs and warnings, they are put there for your safety. Jiminy Peak will monitor riding habits closely.
Although they offer lift-access mountain biking daily, MTBparks.com would recommend hitting this bike park on the weekends when you have access to the full realm of trails.
Getting to Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort
Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort is under three hours from New York City, and Boston, and just about an hour from Albany, NY, and Springfield, MA.
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Jiminy Peak has many trails to offer intermediate to expert riders. You won't see a lot of manmade features on the trails, and there aren't a lot of drops in the park. However, this mountain is definitely better suited for the more experienced riders looking for some steep, technical, downhill descents.
Why go here when you can go to thunder mtn joimminy puts minimal effort into its mtnbike program it hasn't changed much in 20 years they could have the premier east coast bike park but they don't see the market