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Terry Peak is set on 450 acres of skiable terrain in the beautiful northern Black Hills of South Dakota. Its summit elevation is 7,050 feet and has a vertical drop of 1,100 feet, making it the biggest ski area in the heartland. Five chairlifts, including three high-speed quads, serve the facility with 20 miles of trails for all ability levels. An average annual snowfall of 150 inches, plus top-notch snowmaking over 60 percent of the mountain, insure great surface conditions throughout the season. The Holy Terror Half-Pipe, KSNO Radio (Terry Peak's own radion station), and a beginner chairlift for lessons only, are additional ammenities to this full-service area.
Projected Opening Ski Season: 12/11/2010
Projected Closing Ski Season: 03/31/2013
Projected Days Open: 120
Days Open Last Year: 114
Years Open: 61
Average Snowfall: 150"
Pros: crowds, easy to get to, friendly
Cons: small, not very difficult, lower elevation and snow levels
Pros: short lines, fast lifts, halfpipe
Pros: Friendly, inexpensive
Pros: Friendly People. Fast Lifts. and Great skiing!!
Cons: Lifts stop sometimes but get going again quickly. No backcountry!!
Terry Peak is hosting a large free-heel skiing event March 19, and Deadwood has affordable lift and lodging packages for Black Hill skiers and riders. More