GREEK PEAK AND TOGGENBURG MOUNTAIN CONTINUE TO IMPROVE GUEST SERVICE - The Combined Sister Mountains Offer a Unique Experience to the Region
(17 SEP 19) Cortland, NY – Operating two ski resorts is capital intensive to say the least. Since new ownership of Greek Peak Mountain Resort (2013) and Toggenburg Mountain (TOG -2015) investments exceed $6,500,000. These improvements heavily serviced the mountain from snowmaking to snowsports.
The teams at Greek Peak and TOG are eager to kick off the 19/20 season with more improvements to the tune of $760,000. Not only will the investment service mountain improvements - such as snowmaking pipe and tower guns - guests will experience enhancements in the lodge. From landscaping and paint to new king beds, to website and ecommerce overhaul for a more user-friendly navigation. Improvements also include enhancements to catering – both onsite and offsite.
The resorts have continued their partnership with a New Jersey firm, SNOW Operating, focused on customer experience and Terrain Based Learning™. Terrain Based Learning™ is an award-winning revolutionary new way of learning. It removes traditional fears and anxiety from learning to ski and snowboard and puts the focus on the fun. Terrain Based Learning™ is a process for teaching beginner lessons that utilizes purpose-built snow features to assist the guest in achieving the movements, sensations and body positioning needed to ski and snowboard.
To truly experience both mountains, many patrons choose the dual mountain pass to ski & ride, called The Greekenburg. The season passes come with discounts at Greek Peak and Tog and some really great reciprocal offers at partner mountains such as Holiday Valley, West Mountain and Mad River Glen to name a few.
Greek Peak always aims to open for the season on “White Friday” following Thanksgiving and TOG shortly after in December.
Greek Peak Mountain Resort and Hope Lake & Conference Center is Central New York’s Largest four season, family-centric resort. Located in New York’s scenic Finger Lakes region, conveniently just minutes from I-81, the resort truly has something for everyone. Greek Peak Mountain Resort is the largest ski resort in central New York with 56 trails, six aerial lifts, two surface lifts, beginners’ slope, four Terrain Parks, including a Progression Park. Additionally, Greek Peak Mountain Resort operates a full service Nordic Center with groomed Cross Country and Snowshoe Trails with an average annual snowfall of 122 inches. Resort services include multiple dining options, conference and event facilities, Waterfalls Spa, Cascades Indoor Waterpark and The Adventure Center with mountain coaster, zip lines, aerial ropes course, and team building. The Resort is positioned adjacent to 7,000 acres of State protected land that is accessible by all residents and guests for cross country skiing, hiking, and snowshoeing. For more information, visit www.GreekPeakMtnResort.com
Toggenburg Mountain Winter Sports Center has been Central New York's family place to ski and board for more than 60 years. Located on Toggenburg Road just off NY Rt. 80, it is one mile east of the Village of Fabius, and just 30 minutes from Syracuse or Cortland. Toggenburg has 21 trails, including two terrain parks, serviced by five lifts. The Foggy Goggle Restaurant is acclaimed as one of Central New York's finer eateries, and located at Toggenburg Mountain, 1135 Toggenburg Road, Fabius, NY 13063. For more information, visit www.skitog.com