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Ski Butternut

Great Barrington, MA  US
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(413) 528-2000
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Overall 4.50
Skiing / Terrain 4.50
Value 4.47
Service 4.29
Dining / Bars 4.12


Machine Groomed
Loose Granular
Recent Snow
1" Last 48 Hours
1" past 72 hours Updated 03/28/2015 at 3:49 PM


Terrain Details
22/22 Trails Open
10/11 Lifts Open
14/14 mi Miles Open
110/110 ac Acres Open

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Parks Open : Location: Twisted Terrain Park & Cruiser Prog. Park

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0" 0" Packed Powder  reported: 01/07/2013 at 4:41 AM EST by Dana Ross

Groomed, Tracked, Sun-Baked, Thin, Uncrowded

I had so much fun this weekend snowboarding there! I would recommend it to anyone.
0" 18" Frozen Granular  reported: 02/09/2012 at 7:51 AM EST by Anonymous

Groomed, Skied Off, Thin Spots, Icy Spots, Rocky Spots, Bare Spots, Crowded, Calm, Sunny

Ski Butternut's crew has done a great job preserving as much cover given the unseasonably warm weather here in the Northeast. Unfortunately, there's only so long that they can survive without colder temperatures and firing up the snowmaking system in the absence of natural snow falls. The edges of trails are beginning to recede towards the middle of the trails. Runs like Main Street are no longer all the way to the edge (no bumps there this season !). Upper Applejack, from the top of the quad to its main descent was probably the best packed powder because it was less granular than the main part of the run. Saturday was crowded with a large school group in attendance. Probably the busiest I've ever seen the mountain. Overall, well done to Ski Butternut's snowmaking and grooming teams - now we need Mother Nature to do her part.

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