Mount Peter is located in Southern New York in the heart of the Hudson Valley.
We are known for many things, like our famous Free Beginner Ski and Snowboard School, our great snowmaking and expert grooming, an awesome terrain park, our top-notch racing and development programs, and our family atmosphere.
Did you know that Mount Peter was started in 1936 by Macy’s Department Store to show off and sell their ski fashion? The mountain that started so many years ago as a savvy marketing tool has grown to be a cherished place for people to fall in love with winter. Mount Peter is the oldest operating ski area in New York State, and one of the few remaining family operated ski areas in the country.
Since year 2015 we added a designated tubing area! It is long – it will be fast – it will be fun for the entire family! We have made changes to our Snowbasin Learning Area and added a Carpet Lift and NEW Sunkid Carousel! Each season we add even more snowmaking, and we are open for night skiing on 100 percent of our trails.
We are looking forward to many great seasons of skiing and riding to come. Mount Peter is a great place to hang out with friends, meet new people (many a romance has begun on our slopes!), and reconnect with family. And while the ski business is always changing, one thing will remain the same: If you’ve been a customer for years, or are a first-timer, coming to Mount Peter is now, and will forever be, like coming home.
Please see the page for All ski charge:
We can collect left tickets and rental for $65 in weekdays and $75 include tax in weekends and holidays when full price is $65 or $80 plus tax. We help fill form to register and pick up your rental without getting the waiting online.
Tipping is always appreciated for our guides service. Suggestion is $8/p up.
Mount Peter hours are always dependent on weather conditions. Please consult the daily snow report for updated trail opening information on: http://mtpeter.com/mountain-info/snow-report
You can ask for refund or reschedule your trip when the ski area closed because of the weather conditions.