greek-peak-logo.jpgCortland, N.Y. - Greek Peak Mountain Resort hosts their annual Fall Festival on October 13, 2012, from 12pm - 5pm.  Skiers and snowboarders will have the opportunity to purchase Ski Season Passes at a discount rate, as well as receive 20% off the Adventure Center activities. There will be chair lift rides, a pumpkin patch, rock climbing wall and much more! "Although the Fall Fest has been an annual event since the 1970s, this year is even more important to reach out to our customers, homeowners and guests," states Al Kryger, President of Greek Peak Mountain Resort. On August 1, 2012, Greek Peak Mountain Resort, Hope Lake Lodge and Indoor Water Park was forced to filed Chapter 11 Reorganization Protection. Some have called it the perfect storm with the harsh economic downturn which greatly affected real estate sales, and of course last year's record warm winter season with only 50 inches of snowfall. Kryger goes on to say that, "operations will continue at the same high-level the Resort's previous guests have experienced. All scheduled and future functions, meetings, weddings, conferences will continue with the same customer service that earned Greek Peak Mountain Resort, Hope Lake Lodge 2012 "Trip Advisor Travelers' Choice" award and the "Trip Advisor Award of Excellence." The management team assures our community that they will experience the same customer service that our facility has been delivering for the last 53 years. For more information:   Greek Peak Mountain Resort, the largest Central New York ski resort was founded in 1958 and has remained at the leading edge of the ski industry with thirty-two trails, six aerial lifts, two surface lifts, beginners' slope, three 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 plus inches. The four season resort is located in New York's scenic Finger Lakes region, conveniently just minutes from I-81. Amenities include three new resort dining options, a world-class customized spa, fitness center, and a 41,000 square foot indoor waterpark. 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, snowshoeing, and horseback riding. For more information, reservations or Spa appointments regarding Greek Peak Mountain Resort Hope Lake Lodge & Indoor Waterpark visit our website at