Bousquet is an undeniably charming New England ski resort that serves up a whole lot of fun for affordable prices. The mountain has long been a favorite with families, beginner skiers and groups of friends out for a good time. They have lots of great deals and other ways to save money which makes it very appealing to the frugal powderhounds. Additionally, its proximity to New York City and Boston further helps entice people to the resort every winter.
Bouquet boasts more than 200 acres spread along the Yokun Ridge. The resort also features 750 exhilarating vertical feet, more than 20 trails and one gladed area. There are three terrain parks with a wide array of features, jumps, rails and table tops perfect for all ability level of rider and freestyle skier. Perhaps most importantly, Bousquet Mountain has a fabulous and wildly dedicated staff. They make sure the mountain is in peak condition every day and take care of everything from grooming and snowmaking to creating and maintaining top-notch terrain parks with features to challenge riders and freestyle skiers.
The Berkshire cultural region is replete with activities, dining and lodging options. It’s an incredibly popular winter destination and visitors will be pleasantly surprised at the long list of amenities, events, sights and things to do in the area. Wintertime activities such as sledding, tubing, ice skating, snowshoeing and more are widely available. There is tons of great shopping featuring everything from outlet malls to interesting antique shops and art galleries. In and around Bousquet visitors will find delicious restaurants, cafes, pubs and take out, there is something that will suit all tastes and budgets. Lodging is also greatly varied and visitors will find everything from basic hotel rooms to more luxurious inns and private rental homes.
Bouquet boasts more than 200 acres spanning the Yokun Ridge. The resort also features 750 exhilarating vertical feet, more than 20 trails and one glade. The runs are spread out evenly according to ability level, 33 percent is suitable for beginners, 34 percent for intermediate and the remaining 33 percent for advanced riders.
Choose from three amazing terrain parks to enjoy. The main park is on Harris and features bigger jumps, jibs, boxes and rails for intermediate and advanced riders. The beginner park is located on Lower Beeline and has smaller features perfect for first-timers and younger riders and freestyle skiers. There is also a small rail park located on Russell.
The Berkshires are a winter wonderland and replete with fun activities all winter long. The Berkshires offers a number of rich cultural attractions as it is widely considered one of the most important cultural centers in the country. Recreational activities abound including downhill and cross-country skiing, hiking, tubing, sledding and much more. There is also great shopping and antiquing as well as a wonderful assortment of boutique day spas, salons, healing arts centers and destination spas to enjoy. Because of its popularity, the Berkshires region is incredibly well-appointed and has activities, events, and destinations to suit everyone who visits.
The Tamarack Lounge is the place slope side for drinks, good times and features a warm, laid back atmosphere, giant fireplaces, wraparound deck with gorgeous views and a fantastic beer, wine and spirits selection. It has a full menu replete with warm and hearty meals perfect after a long day on the mountain, it’s a beautiful lounge and an ideal après ski destination.