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Terrain Parks - Berkshire East 

Riders Guide

This east coast favorite boasts more than 1,100 feet of vertical and more than 400 acres to explore. They also welcome more than 110 inches of snow each year, as well as 100 percent snowmaking ability. The 45 runs are divided 30 percent beginner, 35 percent intermediate, and 35 percent advanced. They also have night skiing and riding on 18 of their best trails.

Parks and Pipes

Here you'll find three terrain parks. Sidebar is a progressive park with many features and simple lines to race. The Upper Exhibition Park has more advanced features and jumps and is located on the top end of West Quad. Rowen’s Bank is relatively new and feature hybrid terrain that is part park and part bump trail. Whatever the style or ability level, Berkshire East has something to cater to every rider and freestyle skier.

Out of Bounds

The Berkshires are a winter playground. On the mountain there is tubing and night riding available. Off the mountain guests can find great hikes, cross country skiing, snow-shoeing, sleigh rides, and much more. There is absolutely no shortage of activities in and around the area.

Hangout & Hookup 

The closest town to the ski area is Charlemont and is by no means a lively ski town. However, there are a few great places to kick back and enjoy après ski drinks. The Mohawk Family Campground and Pub is the hub of nighttime activity in the area, and it’s in a campground which scores some novelty bonus points. Other options include the Charlemont Inn and the Warfield House Inn.