Massachusetts Ski Resorts

Jiminy Peak is a popular mid-sized ski resort near Hancock, Massachusetts. The closest resort to Boston is Blue Hills. Originally called Thunder Mountain, Berkshire East located in Charlemont has the highest vertical at 1,180 ft. It has the steepest expert terrain.
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1000 ft vertical, 10 lifts, 22 trails, 110 skiable acres
The pride of the Berkshires. This family ski and snowboard resort is in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.
465 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 22 trails, 158 skiable acres
Home to the Springfield Ski Club, the oldest club owned ski area in North America. 1/2 hour west of Springfield, Massachusetts.
309 ft vertical, 4 lifts, 12 trails, 60 skiable acres
Blue Hills Ski Area is conveniently located in Canton, MA, making it the closest ski area to the Boston Metro Area.
750 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 23 trails, 200 skiable acres
In the heart of the Berkshires, Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Skiing, boarding, and snow tubing. Plenty of night lighting.
350 ft vertical, 2 lifts, 0 trails
Since 1937 the Mount Greylock Ski Club has operated its own small ski area in South Williamstown, Massachusetts. The club offers a very affordable way for families to enjoy uncrowded downhill skiing and telemark skiing on weekends and holidays. Ski trails from easy meadow cruising to twisted turns through the woods.
240 ft vertical, 10 lifts, 17 trails
Ski and ride area in Westford, Massachusetts just 45 minutes from Boston.
400 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 10 trails, 70 skiable acres
Day and night skiing / snowboarding in the Berkshire Mountains, Otis Massachusetts.
220 ft vertical, 10 lifts, 15 trails, 48 skiable acres
Alpine skiing and snowboarding located just ouside Haverhill, Massachusetts.
220 ft vertical, 4 lifts, 9 trails, 45 skiable acres
Located in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts offering seven trails, 5 lifts and a T-bar, 300 foot lighted half pipe and tubaslide facility.
1000 ft vertical, 8 lifts, 22 trails, 110 skiable acres
Located in the heart of New England just one hour from Boston.