Peak Resort’s $9 million Hunter North project has expanded skiable terrain by 80 acres, encompassing five new trails and four new gladed skiing areas, increasing by one-third the total acreage Hunter has to offer. These five new trails, including four intermediate trails and one beginner trail, will be serviced by a fully automated snowmaking system and brand new high-speed six-person chair lift as well as a new entrance to the resort off Route 23a. This entirely new mountain face will add much needed intermediate terrain to a mountain already known for its great beginner terrain and steep and challenging black diamond terrain, making Hunter more inviting and approachable for families.
Peak has 14 resorts in Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania and the Midwest including Hunter, Attitash, Crotched Mountain, Big Boulder, Jack Frost, Roundtop, Liberty, Mount Snow, and Wildcat. Most of their resorts are located within 100 miles of major cities like New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Cleveland and St. Louis. The Peak Pass program allows pass holders to access other resorts in Peak's network.
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