All year long activities. We are not skiers, but we have had a ball going to Jiminy for the other activities. Down hill sled, trampolines and all kinds of stuff I don't know the names of. Check it out!
Ski slopes for all levels of ability, beginners to experts. They have a young skier class on Saturdays as well.
A big, fully equipped ski resort about twenty minutes away. In the summertime there's fun rides on the mountainside. Local skiers say that the trails are satisfying even in a sparse snow season.
Located in Hancock, Massachusetts in the Taconic Mountains, Jiminy Peak is the largest ski and snowboard resort in southern New England.
Largest ski resort in area. Better for serious skiers. 32 trails, 5 lifts. Machine Groomed Packed Powder. 20 minutes drive. Also summer adventure park.
Skiing with the family. They have rentals, a fire pit, a snack house and easy in and out parking.
Point of Interest
“10 minutes away, small local ski area, great for inexperienced skiers or your first time out in a while.”
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“Amazing array of well-being services (yoga, massage, Reiki, etc.), classes, health food cafeteria, gift shop, workshops and programming with world renown spiritual and alternative health leaders.”
“There is so much to do at Hancock Shaker Village, including the museum, concerts, farm-to-table food events, workshops, and more. Open from mid-April through late December.”
“We are only a short 27 minutes away! Tanglewood is a music venue in the towns of Lenox and Stockbridge in the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts. It has been the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra since 1937. Tanglewood is also home to three music schools: the Tanglewood Music Center, Days in the Arts and the Boston University Tanglewood Institute. Besides classical music, Tanglewood hosts the Festival of Contemporary Music, jazz and popular artists, concerts, and frequent appearances by James Taylor, John Williams, and the Boston Pops.”