380 State Road, Route 23, Great Barrington, MA 01230
Category: Activities, Family / Kids
Hours -During the season from 8:15 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekends, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Prices -Lift tickets range from $25 for students on weekdays to $60 for adults during the holidays. An adult season pass bought before November 30 is $275.
Events -Fireworks, weddings, fundraisers, ski school, races, festivals
- Terrain parks
There is also a terrain park on the mountain -In fact, there are two. Twisted Terrain Park is for advanced thrill-seekers and offers rock jibs, boxes, rails, log rides, and jump lines. For those who need something a little calmer, try Cruiser Progression Park.
There is also tubing for those who do not like to ski or snowboard -Tubing is fun for all ages, and Ski Butternut is home to 8 lanes of tubing. The hand-lift makes getting back to the top of the slide park fun and easy. Tubing is $18 for 2 hours or try a Season Pass for $99.
Are there ski and snowboard rentals on the mountain?
There are several low-priced ski and snowboard rental packages for skiers of all ages and sizes. Equipment rental for adult skiers, 14 years and up cost $35. Junior skiers, ages 7 to 13 pay $30. Child skier - 6 and younger - equipment is $20. Helmets are $12.
Is this mountain good for beginners?
Ski Butternut Ski School offers classes to beginners and first-time skiers. An excellent way to get acquainted with the sport of skiing is with the $75 Package, which includes lift ticket, lesson, and ski or snowboard rental. Student must be at least 7 years old.
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