Greek Peak Mountain Resort investments continue with upgrades for the 2022-23 ski season

Greek Peak Mountain Resort investments continue with upgrades in store for the 2022-2023 ski season

CORTLAND, New York (April 17, 2022) – While the 2021-2022 ski season has just ended, Greek Peak is already looking ahead to the 2022-23 season and has begun a $700,000 snow-making upgrade and new trail project. In total, over 9,000 feet of new water pipe and 5,000 feet of new air line will be installed ahead of the new ski season, while brand new snow-making lines will be installed on three trails:  Hercules, Zephyr, and Lower Pollux.  A new midway pumphouse is also being installed that will have two new pumps bringing total water output from 750 gallons per minute up to 2,000 gallons per minute in that area of the mountain.  Similarly, at the east mountain pumphouse, two new pumps will be installed there, which will double water output from 900 to 1,800 gallons per minute to run new, high-efficiency snow guns.

Wes Kryger, president of Greek Peak Mountain Resort, lauded the upgrades as a continued commitment by ownership to add to the exceptional ski experience Greek Peak offers its guests each year. “Investments like these are significant and they’re part of what has made Greek Peak a regional skiing destination for so many years,” said Kryger.  “Our focus continues to be on the mountain, the resort amenities, and the overall guest experience.” In addition to the snow-making upgrades, a brand-new family-style ski trail is being designed between Chair 4 and Chair 5 for the 2022-23 ski season.  The trail, nearly 2,000 feet long with 300 feet of vertical, will feature high berm turns with rollers and beginner glades on the side.  As the largest ski resort in central New York, this will bring Greek Peak’s ski trail total to fifty-six this coming season. To learn more about these upgrades and other investments happening at Greek Peak Mountain Resort, call 1-800-955-2754 or visit their website at