Families, couples, friends and individuals looking to get out of Boston for a breather this Martin Luther King weekend have plenty of amazing options within an hour or so drive of the city.
Many ski resorts have been finding innovative ways to keep busy all summer and fall.
For those looking for the best outdoor dates during the autumn season around Boston, all it takes is a little imagination and an adventurous spirit.
Northern Worcester County hit the jackpot for accumulation from this storm, with over 5l inches of new snow.
Skiing and snowboarding season has arrived. Spend the day on the slopes and the evening enjoying dinner, drinks and entertainment. Experience all that ski life has to offer at the ski mountains with best apres-ski life perfect for post-powder playtime this winter.
“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.
April snow showers brought Wachusett Mountain a ski-lovers paradise. The problem is, there’s not a lot of ski-lovers left.
While some people cringe when they hear snow in the forecast, there are others who cheer. And cheer loudly. That includes the people at Wachusett Mountain, who say they’ve been struggling to attract people to the slopes.
Winter’s on its way, and we’re already wondering how much snow that means! Think you know how much we’ll get? Put your guess to the test in the 2010-2011 WBZ Snowfall Contest!