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Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, Hancock

Categories: Ski Areas, Beach & Pool Clubs, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3.8/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web
Renowned for its family-friendly activities, Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort represents a mid-sized ski resort in the Taconic Mountains. In addition to 45 ski runs accessible by nine chairlifts, the resort also features an alpine super slide and a mountain coaster. The warmer months transform the resort into a major biking and hiking destination, offering a network of scenic trails. The site also supports an aerial adventure park--a self-guided experience challenging participants to navigate a series of tight ropes and suspended bridges as high as 15 m (50 ft) in the air. Visit the resort's website for coupons and special deals, and make reservations for ski lessons at least a few months before your visit. Plan to visit Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Hancock attractions using our Hancock vacation builder.
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  • We had an absolute blast at the Mountain and Adventure Parks. The staff were AMAZING with the kids! Place was nice and super accommodating. However, this would have been a 5 star review accept that We...  read more »
  • We came here to try the Mountain Coaster and Alpine slide. Both were really fun. Great stop on a road trip with a family! 
  • My sister and I live around here and my sister is an owner. We went here to go swimming. There are 2 pools, one is outside for adults only and the other is inside and outside goes up to 4 1/2 feet. A ...  read more »
  • We stayed at the Country Inn and attended a wedding at the top of the mountain. It was all beautiful! The suite we stayed in was great! My only complaint was that the shower had bad water pressure. Very nice staff and beautiful wedding!
  • We had a two day stay here on the way back from Maine. The weather and scenery were fantastic. We opted to hike the mountains instead of paying for the activities since it was about $12 for the kids to climb the rock wall. We ate once at the resort and found the prices to be too high. We'll try it in the winter for snowboarding
  • Thoroughly unimpressed for the price. I imagine it would be good if you're there in the winter to enjoy the mountain, but not worth it in the summer. If you're going to get inexpensive motel room quality then you're better off spending less for the Holiday Inn. The rooms just barely met the minimum standard of clean. I didn't feel grossed out, but it wasn't the clean I'm used to seeing from a place I'm paying $200/ night for. The bathrooms look like they had been renovated... Very poorly. Seriously Jiminy... Fire your contractor. The work wasn't even finished. There's dust everywhere and chunks of sand? in the kitchen. The beds were meh, they had the cheapest bottom of the barrel amenity soaps and the neighbor's shower woke us up at 7am screeching loudly. None of these things are that big of a deal... Until you're paying $200/ night for it.
  • Finding a room was quite an adventure since there are 3 different places to stay. 2/3 of the rooms were really creepy, one room had hospital beds! So we stayed in the lodge rooms. I did enjoy the rides and I like how there were shops and other buildings to explore and shop at. The food was decent but I recommend going out to eat.
  • Affordable place to stay in the Berkshire. The staff are courteous, friendly, and professional. But this is not a clean hotel. I stayed for a few days, the hallways were dirty when I arrived and remained dirty throughout my stay. My bathroom and kitchenette were not cleaned during my stay.
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