Come see why Berkshires resort is southern New England’s favorite for skiers of all abilities
There’s nothing like the feeling of freedom you get when you ski down the perfect mountain trail. You’ll find that experience, and more, at Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, in the heart of the Berkshires. The 2,380-foot mountain has a vertical rise of 1,150 feet and is set on 167 acres. Nine lifts, including a six-passenger high-speed lift, will take you up to the summit, where 45 trails await: a good mix of easy, low-intermediate, intermediate, high-intermediate, black diamond and double-black diamond. The resort has top-notch snowmaking capabilities and offers night skiing. All trails funnel back to the base area, so parents can feel comfortable when the kids hit the slopes. Rental equipment is available, and there are plenty of dining and lodging options on-site.
380 State Road - MA Route 23Great Barrington, MA, 01230Phone: 413-528-2000
Skiing & Snowboarding: Butternut prides itself on being an affordable and family-friendly ski area an easy drive from New York City and many locations in Connecticut via major highways. The mountain welcomes people new to skiing and snowboarding. Butternut promotes is affordable lift tickets and cheap season passes. Rentals and lessons for skiing and snowboarding are available, with opportunities for discounted packages. There is a seven-lane snow tubing center. Everything Else: Ski shop, demonstration demo tent. The nearby town of Great Barrington is a fun place to visit, with restaurants, lodging, and a variety of attractions and entertainment for adult and kids. Also, theaters, shopping, and museums.