Terry Peak Ski Area

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  • Address: Terry Peak Ski Area, 21120 Stewart Slope Rd., Lead, SD 57754 , Deadwood, United States
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-6055842165
  • Ticket Price: 53 USD
  • Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Outdoors, Adventure

This is a premium winter sports destination. You can go skiing or snowboarding. The Ski school teaches you how to. There are packages available for people of all ages. The staff members are friendly, dependable and professional. The activities are for people of all ages and skill levels. The courses are plenty and the equipments are top notch. The scenery is breathtakingly beautiful. The Terry Peak stands 7100ft tall. The adventurous lot will never get enough of this place. Expect to be thrilled!

Highlights include:

  • Trails and Lifts
  • Terrain park
  • Stewart Lodge
  • Nevada Gulch Lodge
  • Skinning

Terry Peak Ski Area Travel Tips

  • Go early to avoid rush.
  • Carry your health Certificate with you.
  • Sunscreen, Lip Balm and loads of warm clothes are a must.

Entrance Ticket Details For Terry Peak Ski Area

  • The price mentioned above is only for the lift. A detailed price chart of the lifts is available on the official website.
  • Details for the seasonal pass are available on the official website.
  • For equipment rental refer to the official website.

Terry Peak Ski Area Hours

  • Open during winters only.
  • The Equipment Rental Shop opens at 8:00am, an hour before the lifts start operating.

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  • Terry Peak Ski Area Address: Terry Peak Ski Area, 21120 Stewart Slope Rd., Lead, SD 57754 , Deadwood, United States
  • Terry Peak Ski Area Contact Number: +1-6055842165
  • Terry Peak Ski Area Timing: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Terry Peak Ski Area Price: 53 USD
  • Time required to visit Terry Peak Ski Area: 04:00 Hrs
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  • 7.68% of people who visit Deadwood include Terry Peak Ski Area in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Terry Peak Ski Area visit around 12 AM

  • People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Terry Peak Ski Area

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Terry Peak Ski Area Reviews & Ratings

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  • Pros- staff is mostly friendly The food is good, overpriced but that’s expected. They have great runs for beginners-advanced. They teach lessons for those who want to learn. 2 nice lodges for the fam and friends to kickback enjoy a meal or crack a few coldies Outdoor fire pits *great hidden trails for advanced riders Cons- RED chair is only open on the weekends. For season pass holders, this really sucks for how much money they pay to ride all season. Even on the biggest snow days mid week they will still have it closed, what a bummer right? They never focus on the terrain park the first half of the season. I’ve been coming to terry peak for 8 years and the last 5 have been horrible for park riding. Features don’t get maintained half of the time. They will set up 5 features and leave the same 5 features for 5-8 weeks. And A lot of people come to the mountain to ride the park, I’m sure more people would be satisfied if they bought new features or at least focused on making it better/switching things up a bit. —————- Terry peak is a wonderful slope. I’m not trying to bash on any staff or the mountain itself, but it’s clear there are some things that could be worked on to make this mountain better than it already is.

  • 3 stars seems a bit harsh, but that's only because I'm comparing it to other skiing/snowboarding options in the Midwest. For people in driving distance, it's a great local place to get your snow fix. Runs are short and there's only 4 or 5 lifts if I remember right. With good snow it's a fun Saturday place. The lodge is pretty good and very clean which is better than some places. The bar has surprisingly reasonable drink/beer prices which was a huge plus considering most resorts are hugely overpriced. The food selection was a bit limited, but what they do have is good. Rental area moves people in & out pretty quickly which is nice. Overall I had a great time but it's not the kind of place I would book a week's worth of snowboarding

  • Not a bad place to snowboard if you're in town in the winter. It was the usual groomed/icy place I remember. Runs are super easy and is a great place for beginners. They think their resort is bigger than it really is. It's small... But when you are used to big resorts it can have that affect on you. It's a fun place to spend a day. They have nice lifts and minimal lines for being the only ski hill around the area.

  • Fun place to ski and snowboard! There is a good range of trails from easy to hard (for most people). Two lodges with some food, drinks, fireplaces, little shop, bar, etc... The view from the top is amazing! Staff is pretty friendly and helpful but the prices are not cheap for a small place.

  • Loved the place along with the peaks but apart from me going flying because a random person tackled me and the food being a little below average it was pretty lit

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