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Okemo Mountain Resort, Ludlow

Categories: Lookouts, Ski Areas, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web
Ski, snowboard, and ice skate in the winter, or hike, cycle, swim, and golf when the weather's nice at Okemo Mountain Resort. The family-friendly resort's 261 hectares (644 acres) of skiable area, includes 120 runs and 19 lifts. The resort is suitable for novices as well as expert skiers (featuring several extreme-difficulty runs). Try out the 7.2 km (4.5 mi) continuous run, jump aboard the mountain coaster, or visit the multilane tubing park in the winter. Check out the amusement park, play championship golf, and hike a scenic 4.7 km (2.9 mi) trail during warmer months. For Okemo Mountain Resort and beyond, use our Ludlow itinerary planner to get the most from your Ludlow vacation.
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  • My husband and I stayed at Jackson Gore while attending a wedding near by. We were part of a wedding package rate (still a bit expensive). Our room was part of a suite, and our next door neighbors had...  read more »
  • Great Golf Course. Great views of Okemo resort. Greens and Fairways were in great shape. Fun Course to play. Would play again! 
  • This is our second visit for Columbus Day weekend at Okemo. The festival was a lot of fun again this year as was the food and drinks. We don't know what happened, but check-in is 5 p.m. we were still ...  read more »
  • I found the Okemo website to be difficult to navigate simply to discover just the basic information such as a phone number to call for the daily ski pass rates. Oh yes, daily ski pass rates were not on the website. Also season pass information categories listed millennial and I personally do not happen to know what age that covers. Is it like using the term "senior"? Senior can be 55 and over or 70 and over. Everyone knows the term "senior" must be clarified so why wouldn't you clarify the term Millennial? When I did find a phone number thru Google it was one for hotel and housing not "The Mountain" So I give the website a very poor rating because the web designer was not interested in the BASICS that a family needs to plan a few days of skiing at a resort they have never visited. We live within 2 hours of Okemo and were considering a trip with the 70 plus ski club but their trips do not include ski passes and as yet (8/25/16) I was unable to determine what it might cost to ski at Okemo for 3 or 4 days. We are seniors who have the 3 in 1 pass for New York State that covers Whiteface, Gore and Belleayre Mountains. We paid $210 for that pass and we ski around 40 days a season except for last winter, When we venture out into other states, we need to know ahead of time what the cost will be. So I am rating the website and Okemo''s less than helpful method of disseminating the basic information that families need to know when planning ahead.
  • Great snow all the time. Technology is up to date with fast WiFi and RFID cards for ski passes. Lines are often short, food is cheap but great, and the whole ski area is very clean and well maintained. This is definitely a mountain I would recommend.
  • They have the best snowing making ability, they have expanded the mountain. They are very friendly. I always have a great time. They have black double diamonds and wonderful green trails. You can't miss here.
  • Concierge/front desk was rude at check in and check out. The person at the desk at the spring house didn't even look at us. And maybe I'm biased by having worked at a resort, but the walls in our room had some stains on them, and all the restaurants closed by 4:30... when lifts closed. So after you're done for the day you can't get something unless you go to the 1 place left open. I've been places that I was greeted with a bright smile and a pleasant welcome. This was not that. However, the housekeeping ladies were very nice and said hello, and made sure things were going well.
  • Great snowmaking - so a good place for the lean natural snow years. Difficulty and variety is moderate - similar to Bretton Woods in NH. Also very good ski school staff for the kids. Bubble chairs lifts are awesome combining ease of a chairlift with the warmth of a gondola. Food at base lodge sucks - way overpriced cafeteria grade! Smokey Joe's is very good but not open during the week for 2016 - which was disappointing:-(. Staff is generally friendly, but management could do more to make all feel welcome.
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