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Greek Peak Resort Reviews

by: anonymous_user - 24th March 2008

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  • 2All-Mtn. Terrain
  • 3Family Friendly
  • 1Aprés Ski
  • 2Terrain Park
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If you live in the Binghamton area I highly suggest you go to ELK instead, it is only ten minutes farther in the opposite direction down route 81 instead of north, but well worth the drive. They groom like pros, make snow when and where they need to, and the service is second to NONE. Quads? - got em, 4 hr day ticket?, got em, good food?, got it. My personal favorite about avoiding Greek - ski reports that are not LIES. You pretty much have to discount Wes's Greek snow report by 50% because you are not going to see the lifts and trails reported as open most of the time he says. It's kind of like "gotcha" the minute you roll in the parking lot. Greek could take lessons from them in EVERY ASPECT of the operation from ELK. Krygers have lost sight of the fact that their "pipe dream destination resort at Greek" centers around the skiing and the mountain. If they continue to let the resort fall into a state of disrepair the "destination resort" will be an even bigger joke than it already is and the passholders will be dropping like flies. If you want the loudmouth obnoxious downstaters and New Jersey folks that you try to avoid at Hunter then Greek will be the place for you because they are marketing to them heavily. Greek is truly a second rate operation.

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