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jiminy peak

[ Fri, 2009-10-02 07:17 ]
Wind Turbine at Bolton Valley
Bolton Valley and Grouse Mountain are the latest resorts to build wind turbines on their hills

We've always been big fans of Massachusetts' Jiminy Peak, but when we heard they'd installed an on-site, electricity-generating wind turbine, we were doubly impressed. Jiminy's Zephyr turbine provides almost a third of the resort's year-round needs, as well as feeding any excess back into the local grid, enabling nearby towns to utilize green power without having to pay for it.

"Ski Any 3" Passbooks Are Back


Save money on lift tickets, enjoy a choice of ski areas, and get bonus coupons for participating eastern resorts.

Jiminy Peak Names Its Turbine "Zephyr"


Delivery of 122 ft. blades scheduled for Thursday, June 28.

Perfect Turns On Any Terrain: Top 100 Instructors-New England


SKI selects the top instructors in New England.

2004 Top 100 Instructors: NEW ENGLAND


A list of top 100 instructors in NEW ENGLAND.

Many Happy Returns

Travel East

Massachusetts' Jiminy Peak snags New York City weekenders by proving it's all about the family. (Good directions help, too.)

Dining In The East: January 2002

Travel East

Where to eat in the east.

Ski East: The Essential Jiminy Peak

Ski East: The Essential Jiminy Peak
Jiminy Peak
What you need to know about Jiminy Peak Resort.

Vitals Jiminy Peak Resort, Hancock, Mass. 01237; (413) 738-5500. Web site: Lodging reservations: (800) 882-8859. Ski report: (888) 454-6469. Getting there: Three hours from Boston via the Massachusetts Turnpike, 2 1/2 hours from New York Metro Area via the Taconic Parkway and Route 22. Base Altitude: 1,250 feet. Vertical: 1,140 feet. Skiable acres: 120.

2002-2003 Season Pass Deals


Here are the ongoing season pass deals we've found for resorts around the country. Check them out and see if your favorite resort is listed.

Golf Edges Out Skiing at Some New England Areas


Although cold temperatures have kept the snow guns firing, competition from open golf courses is hurting some ski areas in New England.

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