On Saturday’s Meet Cortland County segment:
Greek Peak vice president Drew Broderick visited the studio for a discussion on opening weekend at the mountain resort.
She previewed some of the changes that skiers, snowboarders and other patrons can expect to see this winter.
Due to COVID-19, reservations are now required in order to account for capacity limits.
Broderick said a system is being developed that wasn’t yet in place for opening weekend, but is expected to launch soon.
Complete details on all changes were outlined in a letter to the community by Greek Peak president Wes Kryger.
There was at least one piece of exciting news Broderick had to share.
She revealed the soon-to-arrive “Carvers Steakhouse,” a brand new restaurant set to open later this week.
It replaces the former “Acorn Grill,” located inside the Greek Peak-owned Hope Lake Lodge across the street from the mountain.
Press play below for the interview with Broderick: