Snowboarding in Spicy Run Mountain, Peebles, Ohio USA

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600 ft/182.8 m
Peebles is a village that belongs in Adams County, Ohio, USA. It is situated in the southern Ohio and the nearest big city is Cincinnati, about an hour west.

Adams County and especially the village Peebles, is known for the only ski area in a 164 mi/264 km radius that has a vertical drop of 600 ft/182.8 m, ready to challenge every ambitious snowboarder.

It might not seem big enough, but only Spicy Run Mountain has this advantage in the area. It is a pretty small ski area with a skiable terrain of 40 ac/0.16 km², offering 9 trails in total. The trails are all mixed up, experts and beginners all together, but this is what makes the terrain unique and popular.

More advantaged are experts, as trails cover 70% of the terrain for experts, 20% for intermediate snowboarders and 10% for beginners. The average snowfall is small, bellow average at 3 ft/0.9 m, but it is enough, if you really want to use your snowboard. The lifts that serve the area are 4 and are handled and maintained by very friendly folks.

Slopes can get very scary sometimes, but thrill and speed is all you need!! Fun, excitement, lots of tricks, speed and adventure characterize this area, making Spicy Run Mountain an ideal snowboarding destination.

How to Get to Destination

222 miles/357.3 km, 3 hours 53 minutes
Head west on W Bancroft St toward Parkwood Ave. Turn left onto Lawrence Ave. Keep right to stay on Lawrence Ave. Turn left onto W Woodruff Ave. Turn right onto the Interstate 75 S ramp to Dayton. Merge onto I-75 S. Keep left to stay on I-75 S. Take exit 156 to merge onto OH-15 E/US-68 S toward US-23/Kenton/Columbus. Continue straight onto OH-15 E. Continue onto US-23 S. Slight left to stay on US-23 S (signs for Columbus). Merge onto I-270 W via the ramp to Indianapolis. Take exit 22 to merge onto OH-315 S toward Columbus. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Interstate 71 S/Cincinnati and merge onto I-71 S. Take exit 101 to merge onto I-270 E toward Wheeling. Take exit 52 to merge onto US-23 S/S High St toward Circleville. Continue to follow US-23 S. Take the ramp onto US-35 E. Slight right onto US-23 S (signs for Waverly/US 50 W/Portsmouth). Slight right onto OH-104 S/Lake White Rd. Continue to follow OH-104 S. Turn right onto OH-32 W/Ohio 124 W/James A. Rhodes Appalachian Hwy. Continue to follow OH-32 W/James A. Rhodes Appalachian Hwy. Turn right onto Township Rd 338/Gleason Rd. Sharp left onto Co Rd 1/Beavers Ridge Rd. Continue onto Township Rd 234/Woods Rd. Destination will be on the left.
BY CAR FROM Cincinnati
87.1 miles/140.1 km, 1 hour 41 minutes
Head south on Walnut St toward E 6th St. Turn left onto E 5th St. Take the Interstate 471 S ramp on the left to Newport Ky. Merge onto I-471 S (Entering Kentucky). Merge onto I-275 E (Entering Ohio). Take exit 63B to merge onto OH-32 E/James A. Rhodes Appalachian Hwy toward Batavia. Turn left onto Co Rd 87/Goff Rd. Turn left onto Co Rd 23/Chenoweth Fork Rd. Turn right onto Township Rd 302/White Oak Hill Rd. Turn right onto Co Rd 1/Beavers Ridge Rd. Turn left onto Township Rd 234/Woods Rd. Destination will be on the left.
Greater Cincinnati Airport,
95.1 miles/153 km

Amtrak serves the entire US, so if you wish to travel by train, you should get a train from anywhere in Ohio and abort in Cincinnati, OH (CIN) station. From there you can either take the bus or rent a car.


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