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Guide To Ski Butternut

November 9, 2011 11:14 AM

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Ski Butternut (skibutternut.com)

Ski Butternut (skibutternut.com)

butternut Guide To Ski Butternut

Ski Butternut (skibutternut.com)

Ski Butternut is in Great Barrington about 15 minutes from the Mass Pike. It has 22 trails and 11 lifts. There is also an eight-lane tubing center.

Getting There:

380 State Road, Route 23
Great Barrington, MA 01230
413-528-2000
www.skibutternut.com

From Boston:

Take I-90 west to exit 2 in Lee, MA; take Route 102 west into Stockbridge.
At the Red Lion Inn make a left turn onto Route 7 south;
Take Route 7 south toward Great Barrington
At the third traffic light make a left turn onto Route 23 East;
Take Route 23 about 1 mile to the entrance sign of Ski Butternut.
When you get off the MA pike you are about 15 minutes from the ski area.

Hours:

Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Weekends and Holidays 8:15 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Lift Ticket Prices:

Monday – Friday
Adult (14-69)               $25
Junior (7-13)                $20
Child (6 and younger)   $15
Seniors (70+)               $20
College Students With Coupon    $20

Weekends
Adult (14-69)               $55
Junior (7-13)                $45
Child (6 and younger)   $20
Seniors (70+)               $45
College Students With Coupon    $35

Holidays
Adult (14-69)               $60
Junior (7-13)                $50
Child (6 and younger)   $25
Seniors (70+)               $50
College Students With Coupon    $35

Rentals:

Adult (14+)                  $35
Junior (7-13)                $30
Child (6 and younger)   $20
Helmets                        $12

Lessons:

Group lessons start every day at 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. They are 1.5 hours long. They cost $40.

Private lessons start every day at 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. They cost $95 for an hour ($50 for additional person), $250 for three hours, or $420 for six hours.

What Else To Do At The Mountain:

The mountain has a 8-lane tubing park that’s on the far left side of the main parking lot. It costs $18 for two hours.

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