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We are closed for the season. Thank you for visiting and we can’t wait to see you next winter!

Hours & Directions

Thank you for an AWESOME winter and another season of memories.

Mount Peter's 85th season has officially ended as of March 21st, 2021.

Customer Service & Sales Office Hours

Monday - Friday

10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

2021-2022 Blackout Dates

12/25/21 - 1/2/22     1/15/22 - 1/17/22     2/18/22 - 2/27/22

In the event of a closure due to inclement weather, Mount Peter will call to reschedule your trip.

Hours are subject to change without notice and are dependent on weather and trail conditions. Check the daily snow report for updated info.

Mount Peter is not responsible for any typographical errors or omissions in any advertisement or other printed material.

The tentative Winter Season is generally from early December through Mid-March.

Mount Peter Location

Directions

Located in the heart of the beautiful Hudson Valley, Mount Peter is just an hour’s drive from New York City. That makes getting here easy – leaving is the hard part.

GPS: 41.2415° N, 74.2907° W

Mount Peter Ski Area
51 Old Mt. Peter Road
Warwick, N.Y. 10990

From the South:
- Take the NYS Thruway north to Exit 15A
- Proceed on NY-17 North to Rte. 17A West
- Follow signs to Mount Peter on Rte. 17A

From the North:
- Take the NYS Thruway south to Exit 16 (Harriman)
- Proceed on Rte. 17 South to Rte. 17A West
- Follow signs to Mount Peter on Rte. 17A

From the East:
Follow Rte. 17A to Mount Peter

From the West:
- Take Rte. 17/86 to Exit 124 (Florida/Goshen)
- Turn left onto Rte. 17A towards Florida
- Follow signs to Mount Peter on Rte. 17A

From NYC via George Washington Bridge:
- Palisades Parkway North
- To Route 87 North
- To 17 North to 17A
- Follow signs to Mount Peter on Rte. 17A

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NYC Bus Service

Mount Peter is an easy day trip out of New York City. You can travel light, because our Rental Center has all the equipment you need for skiers, boarders and tubers need to gear up for the slopes.

The NJ Transit bus system offers service from New York’s Port Authority to Warwick throughout the day. While there is no direct rail service to Warwick from New York City or the greater Metro Area, both PATH and Metro North train lines offer easy and comfortable travel to many nearby towns in Orange County. To explore destination stations and schedules, please visit them online.

Learn more at NJ Transit

Learn more at Metro North