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Reviews for Pats Peak
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After a week of warm weather, Pat’s Peak still had great coverage on Monday, the 3rd. Had a great time and really enjoyed the uncrowned conditions.... Full Review
February 2021- Went up to Pat's Peak with my family. Signed up for adult private and child group class. The adult class went well. The child went well until my son got injured while learning a new skill. The instructor did not take my child to first aid or call the parent contact on file in case of an emergency. The instructor let my child return to his family unescorted and we had to take him to first aid for care. While sharing the incident with first aid, mentioned several times that my son was injured while taking a lesson. In reviewing the incident report, they failed to add that detail into the report. I once more mentioned that the injury took place during a lesson. I hope that this detail remains in the incident report and the instructor is reprimanded. While our experience started out well, it ended on a note that makes us concerned about the level of training of instructors for children. It seems that it would be standard for an instructor to escort an injured child back to their family and explain what happened and offer to show us where first aid is - since it was our first time visiting Pat's Peak. Did not see any surfaces or restrooms being sanitized during our 3-4hours visit. No hospitality.... Full Review
Pat's is the closest mountain to where I live that has a steep run. I go there when it is snowing and I don't want to drive too far. On week days it is uncrowded and you can find untracked snow for hours. They also have some nice steep glades when the natural base is decent (Watch out for the rocks when it's not). There are only about 3 or 4 trails that I ski, but it's fun for a short day when the snow is fresh.... Full Review
I went to Pats Peak this last Saturday with many members of my family. To get from the lodge to the summit lifts, you have to ski down the hill a little bit, passing by a large metal box that pumps out the smell of waste. I had read on their website that morning that every trail and lift would be open. I was disappointed to find out that this was not the case. The Hurricane and Valley lifts were closed, as well as the Hurricane and Vortex double black diamond trails. One of the main beginner trails coming down from the summit called Blast empties out behind the Hurricane lift, which was closed, and to get back to the lodge I had to take my skis off and climb back up past the smelly machine. When we were getting on the Peak Triple lift, my mom had trouble when a weird conveyor belt pulled her forward, and the staff member running the lift was rude, saying "WHAT ARE YOU DOING?" Also, the Turbulence lift was really slow, taking 6 minutes to get up 300 or 400 vertical. When my cousin and I were tubing, an immature staff member ran across the lanes and began tubing down, holding up the lines when he was supposed to be working. Some of the double blacks are not really double blacks, and my mom was not going to let me go, but the FIS race trail was only as steep as a regular black. It was one of my last runs and I wanted to enjoy a terrain park, so I headed to the F5 terrain park, which I found out once I was there that it was only one jump and that's it. My family said in a restaurant area outside the sled pub, and the waitress didn't bring over a check until we had been done eating for at least 3 hours. On the pro side, it was my cousin's first day skiing and he had a good time. It is an OK place. The glades were still good.... Full Review
My daughter and I only skied the one green trail and rode one lift, but the spring conditions were great - no bare spots on March 16, 2019. No crowds, friendly staff. Overall, great place for beginners to progress!... Full Review
Great place, well run, dedicated to make the best conditions that they can make. Even for a smaller mountain it's a much better experience than the others that compare in size. Very well groomed. BOTH Terrain Parks are set up for the beginner and more experienced.
Well lit at night and hundreds of snow guns to make snow.
My kids live the French fries, hand made chili (from scratch) and even chili cheese fries mmmmmmm!
A pub, with separate food and for a ski mountain it is more reasonably priced.... Full Review
Visited for the first time Feb 24-2018 and was very impressed with the friendly staff and how efficient the process of renting skis was. We were beginners and on the mountain an instructor approached us out of the blue and gave us some great tips! Thank you PaPa Joe for your help! Donna and Keith... Full Review
Pats Peak is very family orientated with a lots of beginner’s terrain and a large snow tubing area. Better yet Saturday nights they run a one price promotion $49 for a lift, lessons, rentals and even snow tubing! Further they have live music, bar promotions and bonfires. The sounds of people having fun echo all over the mountain. It was a great vibe. On a Saturday night in Southern New Hampshire Pats Peak is the place to be!... Full Review