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Right on the Massachusetts-New York state line, with good slopes and the beauty of the Berkshire Hills....



Catamount Ski Resort, 125 miles (201 km) west of Boston, is right on the line: the state border between Massachusetts and New York in the southern Berkshire Hills. It's not far from the Connecticut border, either (map).

The 119-acre ski area features a 1000-foot (305-meter) vertical drop and 32 ski trails (40% Beginner, 27% Intermediate, 33% Expert) served by six lifts: one quad, one triple, two doubles, a Wonder Carpet for the little ones, and one hand tow.

Ridge Run trail to Upper and Lower Promenade trails is the longest ski run in the Berkshires at 2.5 miles (4 km).

Snowmaking covers 98% of the slopes, and there's night skiing from Wednesday through Saturday evenings.

Catamount Ski Resort has a terrain park for snowboarders, but no snowtubing.

Lodging is available in nearby Berkshire towns such as the Egremonts and Great Barrington. New slopeside hotels and condominiums are under construction.


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Catamount Ski Resort
MA Route 23 (PO Box 128)
South Egremont
MA 01258
Tel: 413-528-1262

3200 NY Route 23 (PO Box 639) (map)
Hillsdale NY 12529
Tel: 518-325-3200
Fax: 518-325-3155

—by Tom Brosnahan

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Flags of Massachusetts and New York fly with Old Glory over Catamount's ski slopes.

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