It’s hard to believe snowboarding could get even better at Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, but course designers (and snow-making wizards) have enhanced the resort’s three terrain parks and half pipe to up the excitement level. Although there are plenty of runs suitable for just cruising, some terrain has also been made more challenging for experienced boarders. (Check out the Coyote park, with large terrain features.) Need to rent equipment? The rental shop has the Burton snowboard to suit your needs. Want to snowboard at night? Done. Need a lesson? Join a group or ask for one-on-one coaching. Thinking of making it an overnight? In the alpine village, book a stay at the 159-suite Country Inn or a mountain condo.
"If you can ski the B-east, you can ski anywhere."
Berkshire East is as much a riders mountain as you will find in New England. Whether you are a refugee from the northern resorts, a first timer, or die hard regular, the Beast has got you covered if you want great conditions, great terrain, great people, and an awesome atmosphere that caters to people who are done putting up with corporate b.s. and overpriced tickets.
What’s new? This winter you will see a wind tower. This unit will generate 130% of our annual need. We have some great lifts and a bunch of new snow guns. Berkshire East has always been a locals place, but that's not because we only get people from western Mass. It means that when you buy a pass or a ticket here, that the money stays here and gets reinvested into our awesome mountain.