Night Skiing in Massachusetts

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Night skiing is a great way to fit in some skiing if you can’t make it to the resort during the day or if you have a winter date planned. Ski resorts equipped with lighting systems make it possible for people to enjoy the thrill of skiing even after the sun has set.

Have you been night skiing at any of these place in Massachusetts? Leave a comment below and let us know what you think of them!

The following is a list of ski resorts that offer night skiing:

Bousquet Mountain Ski Area (Pittsfield):

Website: bousquetmountain.com

Bousquet Mountain Ski Area offers night skiing from Monday to Thursday until 8 PM and on Friday and Saturday until 9PM.

Berkshire East Mountain Resort (Charlemont):

Website: berkshireeast.com

Berkshire East offers night skiing on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings from 4 PM to 9 PM. Visitors can enjoy skiing under the lights with scenic mountain views. Night skiing begins in early January and usually ends in early March.

Blue Hills Ski Area (Canton):

Website: www.bluehillsboston.com

Blue Hills Ski Area typically offers night skiing seven days a week. The resort is open Monday through Saturday until 9 PM and until 8 PM on Sunday. Blue Hills has installed state-of-the-art induction lighting on numerous trails throughout the ski area.

Catamount Ski Area (Egremont):

Website: catamountski.com

Catamount Ski Area offers night skiing on Wednesday and Thursday from 3 PM to 8 PM and on Friday and Saturday from 3 PM to 9 PM.

Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort (Hancock):

Website: www.jiminypeak.com

Jiminy Peak has many illuminated trails for night skiing and riding. The resort features 530 high-efficiency LED lights spread over 25 trails. Over 55 percent of its trails are open for night skiing which includes 12 easy trails, 10 intermediate trails and three difficult trails. The resort offers night skiing and snowboarding from 3 PM to 10 PM, daily from mid-December to mid-March.

Nashoba Valley Ski Area (Westford):

Website: skinashoba.com

Nashoba Valley is known for its extensive night skiing options. They have a range of trails and terrain parks lit for night skiing. The resort offers night skiing and snowboarding Tuesday through Saturday until 9 PM and also offers night snow tubing Wednesday through Saturday until 9 PM.

Ski Bradford (Haverhill):

Website: skibradford.com

Ski Bradford has night skiing available on some of its slopes. Night skiing is available Monday through Saturday from 5 PM to 9 PM. This resort is a family-friendly ski area with various terrain options.

Ski Ward (Shrewsbury):

Website: skiward.com

Ski Ward offers night skiing and snowboarding Monday through Saturday until 9 PM. The resort also offers night snow tubing Wednesday through Saturday until 8 PM.

Wachusett Mountain Ski Area (Princeton):

Website: www.wachusett.com

Wachusett offers night skiing and snowboarding on various trails. The resort has well-lit slopes and a vibrant atmosphere during night skiing sessions. The resort offers night skiing from 7 PM to 9:30 PM every night from December 25 to March 9.

Remember to check the weather and any additional details from the respective ski resorts before planning your visit. If you want to learn more about night skiing, check out this article on what to wear night skiing.

Sources:
“Night Skiing.” Catamount Ski Area, catamountski.com/plan/hours-of-operation
“Night Skiing.” Bousquet Mountain Ski Area, bousquetmountain.com/night-skiing/
“Lift Tickets.” Berkshire East Mountain Resort, berkshireeast.com/winter/lift-tickets
“Hours, Address and Information.” Nashoba Valley Ski Area, skinashoba.com/hours/
“Night Skiing.” Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, jiminypeak.com/the-mountain/activities-things-to-do/night-skiing/
“Night Pass.” Wachusett Mountain, wachusett.com/tickets-passes/season-passes/night-pass/

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William Briscoe is a seasoned travel blogger and adventurer based in Massachusetts. With a passion for exploring hidden gems and sharing his travel experiences, Briscoe's website, "Mass Attractions," has become a go-to resource for those seeking seasonal attractions in Massachusetts. In addition to his website, William has contributed travel stories and articles to various travel publications, and his work has been featured in several magazines and online platforms. He also collaborates with tourism boards and travel companies to promote sustainable and responsible travel practices. William enjoys exploring the scenic beauty of New England, spending time with his family and two rescue dogs, and experimenting with classical New England recipes in his kitchen. He holds a degree in English Literature from Boston University, which he believes laid the foundation for his writing skills.

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