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Terrain Parks - Catamount 

Rider's Guide

The ski area boasts over 30 skiable runs and more than 119 acres to explore. The ski area spans more than 1,000 vertical feet and features the longest run in the Berkshires, over 2.5 miles long. 40% of terrain is suitable for beginners, 27% is ideal for intermediate level riders and freestyle skiers and 33% is perfect for expert and advanced riders. There are three terrain parks, a halfpipe, night skiing on more than a dozen trails and snowmaking on 99% of the terrain.

Parks and Pipes

There are features of all shapes and sizes, ideal for all levels of rider and freestyle skiers. Visitors will find dozens of table-tops, rollers and spines, not to mention jibs, rails and boxes too. The area also has an awesome 400 foot long halfpipe which also features 12 foot walls. The Boardercross course has more than 800 feet of banked turns to shred. There is also the Junior Jib Park for younger beginners and the Catamount Terrain Park with smaller features for newer park riders.

Out of Bounds

There is no shortage of activities both inside and outside. Riders are welcome to try ice skating or snowshoeing, tubing or cross country skiing. There is also great retail outlet shopping, several movie theaters, museums, galleries, spas, pools and more. The area is chock full of fun for everyone.

Hangout & Hookup

There is a tavern located mountainside that makes a great après ride spot and features delicious local brews. There are also several great steakhouses and bistros that offer a great wine, beer and spirits selection in addition to delicious meals and snacks. There are several cafes which feature live music occasionally. The scene isn’t terribly large, but there are several great spots to meet up with friends and relax and unwind with some drinks.

The Deal

From Massachusetts via Mass Pike take exit 2 in Lee. Off ramp onto 102 towards Stockbridge-Gt. Barrington. In Stockbridge, turn left at Red Lion Inn onto route 7 through Gt. Barrington. At light ( Alise Abrams Antiques) turn right and then go left over bridge. After Days Inn at light, bear right onto route 23. Go through So. Egremont to Catamount on left.