Catamount is 145 miles west of Boston in Hillsdale, N.Y. It has 33 trails and park areas with six lifts. 40 percent of the terrain rated easier.
Ski Butternut is in Great Barrington about 15 minutes from the Mass Pike. It has 22 trails and 10 lifts. There is also a seven-lane tubing center.
Otis Ridge started operating in 1946 with two portable rope tows. There are now 13 trails with four lifts.
Nashoba Valley Ski Area is 25 miles from Boston and has been open since 1964.
Blue Hills Ski is in Canton, and the closest ski area to Boston. It’s been around for about 50 years, and is now owned by the state.
Bousquet Mountain is in Pittsfield, about two hours west of Boston. It was voted “Best Downhill Skiing in the Berkshires” in the 2010 Berkshire Eagle Readers’ poll.
“Wachusett” is the Algonquin Indian word for “The Great Hill.” It’s about an hour from Boston in Princeton and has 22 trails and eight lifts.
Jiminy Peak has been operating since 1948 and is now the largest ski resort in southern New England. There are 45 trails at Jiminy Peak.
James Taylor says a broken leg won’t keep him off the slopes.
The big storms are over, but powder skiing can still be found on the groomed trails of northern areas of New England.