Terry Peak Ski Resort | Black Hills & Badlands - South Dakota

Terry Peak Ski Resort

  • Terry Peak Ski Resort
    Terry Peak Ski Resort
  • Terry Peak Ski Resort
    Terry Peak Ski Resort
  • Terry Peak Ski Resort
    Terry Peak Ski Resort
21120 Steward Slope Road
Lead, SD 57754
(605) 584-2165
(605) 342-7609

Experience the “Best Kept Secret” in the Midwest.  Terry Peak Ski Area offers a 1,100 ft. vertical, three high–speed quad lifts & one triple chairlift as well as a covered snow-carpet accessing 29 trails.  Check out the huge variety of terrain including a progressive Terrain Park.  Terry Peak Ski Area is South Dakota’s premier destination for a winter vacation, featuring skiing and snowboarding. The family-friendly ski resort is located in the Black Hills of South Dakota, near the towns of Lead and historic Deadwood.

LESSONS ~ Enjoy a group or private lesson at beautiful Terry Peak Ski Area.  The Snow Sports School has a highly PSIA/AASI trained staff that is dedicated to creating a fun and memorable learning experience for you and your children.  We hire pros with a passion for skiing and snowboarding and their enthusiasm is contagious!  Let us help you learn.  

ONE-STOP-SHOPPING!

All inclusive (rentals-tickets-lesson) packages are available at the Ski School only.  For your convenience you can purchase all lesson packages plus a la carte tickets & rentals for your entire group at the Ski School. For more information visit our website!

Stewart Lodge offers the ski lessons learning center, ski rental shop, a retail store, cafeteria and lounge. The nostalgic Nevada Gulch Lodge features the famous Dark Horse Saloon. Daily Lift tickets may be purchased at either Stewart or Nevada Gulch Lodge.

Visit our LIVE WECAM for the mst up-to-date weather at the mountain!

Hours: 

Open Daily 9 AM - 4 PM
During the Winter Season!

All efforts are made to open selected terrain by the first weekend in December, temperatures permitting. Operations usually begin seven days a week just prior to Christmas break. The skiing and snowboarding season generally ends the final week of March or the first week of April.

Directions: 

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