New England Ski & Scuba's staff touts many years of experience, training, and personal enjoyment in the realm of winter and water sports, making the shop a trustworthy source for gear and general know-how. Inside, visitors navigate through an extensive selection of new and used equipment, apparel, and accessories from the industry's leading brands. To ensure it remains on the cutting-edge of product development, the shop communicates directly with most of those manufacturers through an intricate system of yodeling. The shop also offers repairs, tune-ups, and classes.
If you're looking for a great place to disconnect from your daily tasks and get your vacation on, Ski Butternut in Great Barrington is a prime choice.
Forget circling the block, Ski Butternut has plenty of nearby parking options.
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.
When the snow starts to fall over Massachusetts, Otis Ridge opens its slopes to skiers and snowboarders of all experience levels—from seasoned athletes to individuals coming to the resort for the very first time. The latter will likely start in the rental shop, and then enroll in a group or private lesson, available for all ages. From there, skiers can take to the mountainside. Three levels of trails wind through the woods: three beginner trails, four intermediate trails, and three single black diamond runs.
Once visitors have slid back to the base of the mountain, they can stop by the Grouse House. This casual lodge serves up food and drinks, and provides guests a place to unwind after long days spent ski-carving their names in the snow.
The Blandford Ski Area has remained a family mountain for 75 years through its commitment to education and gentle terrain. Crisscrossed with beginner and intermediate trails, the basin serves as a fertile development ground for burgeoning skiers and boarders, and a venue for après-ski live music. Children as young as age 3 practice their snowplow in the Ski with Me program, and sportfolk with energy to burn hit the terrain park or stay after sundown for night runs lit by floodlights. When natural snow runs short, machines kick into gear to slick slopes in fresh powder or the corn oil favored by the Blandford alpine racing team.
Worried about parking? Don't be. There are many parking facilities located within the area.
When a vacation is in order, dial up the luxury with a stay at Blandford's Maple Corner Farm Cross Country Ski Center. Book a room a today. You deserve it.