by anonymous_user - 19th December 2007
it is terrible. no offense to you people who love it, but its always icy or slushy. its hard for a beginner to learn there because the conditions are horrib... Full review
by enya2 - 12th February 2011
Pros: no lines, good food
Cons: old old lifts, little snowmaking, grooming,bare spots, false snow report
Not a mountain- a hill is exactly what Thunder Ridge is. The mountain lay out is- steep up, 50ft drop into valley, steep, all areas with beginner trai... Full review
by Croxas - 20th December 2010
Pros: uh...close to NYC, cheap cabins near by.
Cons: to many to fit in this field
Imagine being in the mood for Italian food and ending up at Chucky Cheese. A poorly run Chucky Cheese. This is not a resort, or a mountain. It feels lik... Full review
by gma1970 - 13th April 2009
Pros: Close For Those Close To It
Cons: Terrain, Facilities, Lift Capacity, Mountain Management
Please don't run an event you don't have the capacity to support. I made the mistake of going to Thunder Ridge on a day they were entertaining Girl Scouts. ... Full review
by Concerned Citizen - 23rd January 2012
Cons: No safe beginner areas. Rude, crude management.
Thunder Ridge is dangerous and its management disrespects and patronizes its customers. I brought my 3 year old daughter there for her first time, last week... Full review
by ncarraway - 15th January 2011
Pros: Proximity to Westchester Cnty
Cons: More than a few
It's hard to describe this as a ski mountain - it has two lifts (excluding the 100 ft lift for little kids and beginners at the Little Thunder area), about ... Full review
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