Terry Peak Ski Area is positioned geographically to receive a substantial amount of snowfall throughout the winter months. With elevations ranging from 5,900 feet to over 7,000 feet, more snow can fall on Terry Peak than anywhere else in the region. Commonly, snowfall exceeds predictions by up to three times. Even when no snow is predicted, elevations of 5,500-ft and higher can receive ample snowfall.
Additionally, the efficient, high-tech Terry Peak snowmaking system covers 60% of the mountain, so good conditions are assured from the beginning to the end of the season. Check our weather updates
and live mountain webcams
for up-to-date surface and weather conditions. Terry Peak was open 111 days during the 2012-2013 Season. Over 132 inches blanketed the mountain from December to early April.
- Top Elevation 7,052 ft.
- Stewart Base Elevation 6,500 ft.
- Nevada Gulch Base Elevation 5,900 ft.
- Vertical Rise 1,100 ft.
- Skiable Acres 450
- Trails 30 +
- Average Annual Snowfall 150 inches
- Snowmaking 60% of the mountain
- Water Storage 15+ million gallons (snowmaking)
- Four (4) Chairlifts (including 3 high-speed detachable quads)
- Surface Lifts 1 Snow Carpet (350 ft. long)
- Base Areas 2 (Stewart Lodge & Nevada Gulch Lodge)
- The Freestyle Terrain Park (Located on Snow Storm)