To provide employment opportunities and economic development for Central New York, through tourism and destination family resort recreation.
We are committed to consistently providing enjoyable recreation, a safe environment, and memorable vacation experiences for every guest and every member of the staff.
We will accomplish this through excellence in service, innovation, and anticipation of our guests’ ever-changing needs and expectations. The ability to fulfill this commitment will be reflected in our profitability, continued growth, and the success of our company and each individual.
Covid-19 Mission Statement
Our staff is taking every precaution to ensure that our guest rooms, public space and attractions are cleaned and sanitized at the highest standards. Our COVID-19 policy, currently, is that all staff and guests who are not vaccinated, must continue to wear masks. The capacity at all of our attractions and restaurants is in compliance with NY State mandates. Our goal is safety first followed by outstanding customer service and an amazing overall experience for our guests.
Greek Peak Mountain Resort, central New York’s largest ski resort was founded in 1958 and has remained at the leading edge of the ski industry with fifty-six trails, six chair lifts, two surface lifts, beginners’ slope, and terrain parks. The four-season resort is located in New York’s scenic Finger Lakes region, conveniently just minutes from Interstate I-81. Under new ownership, the mountain has received some additions including a quad chairlift, Carvers Steakhouse in Hope Lake Lodge, Trax Pub and Grill restaurant with an expansive 6,000 sq.ft. deck in the main ski lodge, a new PB 600 groomer with Zaag attachment, the updated ski and board equipment in the rental shop and a state of the art ski & board tuning facility.
Our beautiful “green” hotel, Hope Lake Lodge, features 106 luxury condominium-style suites. Arcadia Village, located next to the hotel, offers additional lodging in units that are spacious with all the comforts of home.
Amenities at the resort include three restaurants, a world-class customized spa, a fitness center, and a 41,000-square-foot indoor waterpark. The Resort is nestled within 7,000 acres of state-protected land that is accessible by all residents and guests for cross country skiing, hiking, snowshoeing, and horseback riding. Additionally, Greek Peak Mountain Resort operates an Adventure Center with a Mountain Coaster, an Aerial Challenge Rope Course, four tandem zip lines operating year-round, Sky View Tour Chairlift Ride, Hope Lake Park with Stand Up Paddle Boards, Paddle Boats and a white sand beach. A state-of-the art ten-lane snow tubing center is open during the winter season. Greek Peak also features Cascades Indoor Waterpark, a year-round indoor waterpark in Upstate New York.
In 1958, New York Gov. Averell Harriman conducted the Opening Day Ceremonies for a new ski area called Greek Peak. The governor called it a “first-class development” and predicted that it would “make a real contribution to skiing in New York State.”
By 1960, two T-Bars had been built and construction began on the A-Frame Lodge. A young Al Kryger was commissioned to build Central New York’s first chairlift in 1962. Greek Peak recognized the potential for skiing and led the industry in developing the concept of packaging and selling to local schools and colleges. This philosophy, combined with early pioneering in snowmaking and night skiing, brought Greek Peak to the forefront of ski areas in the East.
In the early 1970s, Al Kryger had the foresight to begin planning for the next phase of Greek Peak’s growth. He was instrumental in acquiring land adjacent to the ski area, and a master plan for a new recreational community was drawn. Over the years, the development of slope-side condominiums and townhouses has transformed Greek Peak from a ski area into a full-fledged regional destination ski resort and year-round recreational resort.
In 2013, John Meier and Marc Stemerman, began a new era of ownership at Greek Peak. Both were long time season passholders and avid snowsports enthusiasts. During their partnership they made substantial capital improvements in snowmaking, grooming and at the base area to improve the on and off snow experience for customers. In 2015, Toggenburg was added to the portfolio which allows guests the opportunity to upgrade to a reciprocal season pass (Greekenburg Pass) at two ski areas.
In 2019, John and Christine Meier became the sole owners of Greek Peak and sister ski area Toggenburg. Greek Peak has been the home mountain for the Meiers’ for over 30 years. The Meier’s oldest daughter has taught at the ski school and their younger children, a son and daughter, are active in the Greek Peak racing program. “We are a family of skiers and we were customers long before we were owners. Snowsports, Greek Peak and Toggenburg are near and dear to our hearts”, exclaims, J. Meier.