In 1973, Mike Farny had a vision: to bring affordable outdoor recreation to the residents of metropolitan Boston. Opening the Charles River Canoe Service that year, Farny became an instrumental voice in efforts to clean up the river, encouraging people to canoe, kayak, and sweep up the dirt on the riverbanks. The next year, he persuaded the Leo J. Martin Golf Course to transform its greens and fairways into a sprawling landscape for cross-country skiing alongside the Charles, allowing the public to enjoy recreation on the river even when its waters had frozen. A 15-kilometer system of trails makes use of natural snowfall and offers skiers a chance to change up their routes. Even when flakes refuse to fall, a state-of-the-art artificial-snow system shoots powder over a 2.5-kilometer loop, which rests beneath lights to allow night skiing before guests return to the cozy snack shop for hot cocoa and a bite to eat.
Experience a new side of Princeton when you pay a visit to Wachusett Mountain Ski Area, a fun-filled vacation spot.
Little guys and gals will also love dining at Wachusett Mountain Ski Area, which offers a family-friendly environment (and menu).
Sunny day plus appetite equals the perfect time to head to Wachusett Mountain Ski Area.
For easy dining, Wachusett Mountain Ski Area provides convenient parking in a connecting lot.
By the Numbers: Bradford Ski Area
1,300 feet: base elevation
1,547 feet: peak elevation
48 acres of skiable terrain
80% intermediate terrain
15 named trails
8 black diamond runs (most difficult)
10 lifts, including chairs, rope tows, carpets, and a T-bar
7 levels of ski lesson
12-foot terrain-park features: flat box, rail, and bars
24-foot terrain-park features: A-frame, bar, and down-box
35-foot single barrel: longest feature at the terrain park
Take a seat at Hickory Hill Golf Course for an inviting cafe experience in the middle of town.
Whether you are looking for food low in fat or gluten-free, this restaurant is the place you want to eat.
Parking is provided in a nearby lot, so diners can easily walk to and from their cars.
Get your favorite American classic at the best cafe in town, Hickory Hill Golf Course!
Swiss ski instructor Hans Thorner founded Magic Mountain Ski Resort in 1960 and it has been a staple of the skiing community in Southern Vermont ever since. More than 40 trails snake down the mountain, which checks in at a 45 degrees slope at the very top. But inexperienced skiers needn't fear: the resort features classic beginner and intermediate trails that are ideal for learning. A centralized lift system and lodge make meeting up and getting around a cinch, and Black Line Tavern makes celebrating successful days on the slopes just as convenient. The popular hangout also overlooks the entire mountain, so visitors should be able to easily spot groups of yetis sneaking down to make their nightly snow angels.
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